June 5, 2014
A court official said Thursday that the election of Ahmed Maiteeq violated Libya's temporary constitution.
Yemen's military agreed on a ceasefire deal with the country's Shia Houthi fighters in Amran Wednesday, following deadly clashes between both sides.
The PLO will appeal to the UN Security Council against Israel's plans to construct 1,500 new settler units.
The Lebanese Army has detained several people in Tripoli for cheering about Assad's recent presidential victory.
Three staffers of the International Committee of the Red Cross were fired on near Libya's eastern city of Sirte.
An Israeli report says Hezbollah has changed its strategy and could potentially lead to more violence inside Israel.
Gunmen most likely affiliated with AQAP have killed 12 Yemeni soldiers and one civilian at a checkpoint on Thursday.
Israel has announced that it has plans to build 1,500 new settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.
A fresh round of nuclear talks has begun in Vienna. The talks will be held for two days and resume again mid-June.
Turkish security forces used tear gas and water cannons to stop demonstrations by supporters of the Kurdistan Workers' Party.
Ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi released a statement from jail urging his supporters to continue protesting.
President Bashar Assad has won Tuesday's election, winning 88.7% of the vote.
Abdel Fattah el-Sisi will be sworn in as Egypt's new president on Sunday, June 8.
June 4, 2014
A series of attacks across Iraq have left at least 21 dead on Wednesday.
Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday that the U.S. will not recognize the new unity government of Palestine.