April 22, 2014
Clashes have broken out in Istanbul between police forces and union members.
April 21, 2014
Egyptian presidential hopeful Hamdeen Sabbahi accused Sisi's campaign of bribing citizens.
Palestinian lawmaker Mustafa Barghouti was denied a permit to enter the Gaza Strip Monday.
Libya's constituent assembly began drafting a new constitution Monday.
Syrian presidential candidates can begin registering for the upcoming election to be held on June 3rd.
Israel launched retaliatory airstrikes on the Gaza Strip Monday in response to seven rockets fired from Gaza earlier Monday landed in southern Israel.
Tunisia's former prime minister Beji Caid el Sebsi warned that the upcoming elections in Tunisia may be delayed.
Lebanese Interior Minister Nouhad Machnouk said Monday that a plan to rescue a Lebanese border town cut off by Syrian troops will go into effect on Tuesday.
On Sunday, Iraqi forces took control to the main entrances of Fallujah in a major offensive aimed at retaking the city.
Humanitarian convoys have entered Syria’s northern city of Aleppo as the Syrian army has secured the highway to the city.
Syria's parliamentary speaker announced Monday that the country will hold presidential elections on June 3 despite the ongoing civil war.
A suicide bomber in central Iraq left at least 10 people dead and wounded 35 others Monday.
A pair of mortar shells hit near the Syrian government's parliament building in central Damascus on Monday killing five people, state media reported.
Saudi Arabia's Special Court has sentenced five terrorists to death for their involvement in three deadly blasts in Riyadh in 2003.
Opposition sources in Saudi Arabia say that the country’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Saud Al-Faisal will be removed from his post, following the removal of the Saudi spy chief Prince Bandar bin Sultan.