June 4, 2014
Abdullah al-Thinni, Libya's outgoing prime minister, expressed his readiness to hand over power.
Yemeni warplanes bombed the northern city of Amran Tuesday.
Saudi Arabia has dismissed a Deputy Health Minister following the discovery of 113 unrecorded MERS cases, making the country´s death toll jump to 282.
June 3, 2014
Bahrain has sentenced 21 anti-regime protesters to 15 years in jail and acquitted police and soldiers involved in its ongoing harsh crackdown against dissidence.
A man accused of spying and collaborating with a foreign country is under investigation by the UAE's State Security.
YouTube is accessible in Turkey once again after the country's Constitutional Court ruled that banning the video sharing site was a violation of freedom of speech.
Little is known about the wife of Egypt’s president-elect Abdul Fattah al-Sissi, who is soon to become the country's new First Lady.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will visit Beirut Wednesday for a scheduled meeting with Iran's ambassador, according to Al-Jadeed television channel.
The United Nations today announced it will give full support to the new Palestinian unity government to reunite the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
Facebook removed campaign ads by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's office on its site after an outcry from opposition groups.
The outcome of Kuwaiti Emir Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad's visit to Iran has been positive with both sides agreeing to developing stronger ties between the two countries, in the interests of the whole region.
Head of the Libyan Vital Installations Guard, Captain Azmy Al-Borghothy, was assassinated in Benghazi after backing renegade general Khalifa Haftar's war against militants.
Egypt's Interior Ministry is developing a system to monitor social networking sites.
A Palestinian man was killed at a checkpoint beside the West Bank city of Nablus late Monday. Israeli officials said the man opened fire at soldiers, while his family said he was unarmed.
Weather experts in Tehran have warned that another sandstorm could hit the capital Tuesday, a day after five people were killed in the extreme weather.