May 14, 2014
The death toll in Turkey's coal mine accident has risen to at least 201.
Hamas and Fatah leadership commenced the latest round of talks to form a transitional government in Gaza Wednesday.
Lebanon's Prime Minister warned that an empty presidential seat may increase insecurity in the country.
The International Criminal Court's chief prosecutor has reopened investigations into war crimes committed by British soldiers in Iraq during the 2003 U.S. invasion after new allegations were submitted earlier this year.
May 13, 2014
Fatah official Azzam Al Ahmad and his convoy arrived in Gaza Tuesday for the next round of talks with Hamas counterparts regarding a unified Palestinian governing body.
A fire in a coal mine in western Turkey has trapped hundreds of miners and has already killed four.
The UN Arab League special envoy to Syria Lakhdar Brahimi will resign from his post May 31 said Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon Tuesday.
Riyadh announced Tuesday that Saudi Arabia is "ready to negotiate" with its rival Iran.
Israeli officials held a secret meeting with Egyptian counterparts in Cairo Monday, according to reports.
Kuwait's minister for justice and Islamic affairs resigned over his support for militancy in Syria on Monday.
Jailed Egyptian activist Ahmed Douma was hospitalized on Tuesday while Al Jazeera journalist Abdallah El-Shamy was moved to an undisclosed location.
Iran and the P5+1 will begin a new round of nuclear talks in Vienna today.
Various Palestinian community leaders demanded more action from Israeli authorities against a recent wave of price tag attacks on Arab properties.
Lebanon will file a complaint against Israel before the U.N. Security Council for violating the country’s southern border, an act which sparked wide condemnation from Lebanese officials.
Prince Nasser faces charges of torture but has immunity in Bahrain. If he travels to the United Kingdom, however, human rights lawyers may advocate for his arrest.