February 26, 2014
An Egyptian military court trying two journalists should end their trial and free them immediately, human rights group Amnesty International said.
Israeli settlers have announced plans to operate armed patrols across the West Bank, a Palestinian official said Wednesday.
The United Nations agency for Palestine refugees (UNRWA) on Wednesday released shocking images of Palestinians queuing for food parcels in Syria's Yarmouk refugee camp.
Some 3,300 people have been killed as a result of infighting between the rebel groups seeking to overthrow Syrian President Bashar Assad since the start of 2014, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel categorically stated in Jerusalem on Tuesday that Germany will not participate in any boycott against Israel.
Syrian troops loyal to President Bashar Assad killed dozens of Al Qaeda-linked rebels in an army ambush near Damascus, state media reported Wednesday.
Egyptian courts sentenced 26 people to death for plotting attacks on ships passing through the Suez Canal.
Iraq denied that it signed a deal with Iran for weapons and ammunition on Wednesday
As new Egyptian Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab begins reappointing officials after Cairo leadership resigned earlier this week, reports have confirmed that Sisi will remain as defense minister for the time being.
Judges at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon have adjourned the trial of five Hezbollah members who are accused of assassinating former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri until mid-May to allow defense lawyers to prepare their case for one of the five accused.
A top Iranian diplomat told reporters this week that Tehran is not interested in conducting bilateral talks with the U.S. and will limit its negotiations with Washington to only the nuclear issue.
47 Jordanian MPs signed a petition Tuesday that calls for Amman to end its peace treaty with Israel after the Knesset released a renewed proposal to strip Jordan from its custodianship of the holy shrines in Jerusalem.
A police official and two civilians were injured late Tuesday north of Cairo as Islamists clashed with opposing civilians, according to reports from early Wednesday.
A recent report released this week by the New York Times shows that Washington considered launching cyberattacks against the Syrian regime in an effort to prevent airstrikes against civilians in the first days of the country's civil war.
Following Monday's Israeli strike along the Lebanese-Syrian border, Hezbollah may begin targeting Israeli officials in response, according to a new report.