June 24, 2014
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry visited Iraqi Kurdistan Tuesday to urge Kurdish leaders to partake in the new Iraqi government.
The UN warned that current military operations by Israel's army in the West Bank could lead to a third intifada as hundreds of Palestinians were arrested after three settlers went missing.
A U.S. envoy on Monday said America would "stand by" Lebanon against terrorism as the country attempts to deal with the conflicts from Iraq and Syria spilling over.
A suicide bomber blew up his vehicle outside a cafe in Beirut late Monday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said Israel may carry out more airstrikes against Syria.
June 23, 2014
The Youth against the Coup movement that is loyal to the Muslim Brotherhood has warned of a sweeping uprising after the breaking of the Ramadan fast
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) jailed seven men on Monday for alleged involvement with Al-Qaeda and its splinter group, Al-Nusra Front
Giza Criminal Court decided to postpone hearing the Kerdasa Massacre case
Human rights activists are planning to protest the torture and maltreatment of 800 foreign workers detained in an underground parking lot
Extreme Sunni militants are now in control of the Shiite town of Tal Afar and its airport in northern Iraq.
The last back of Syria’s declared chemical weapons stockpile was shipped from its Latakia port Monday for destruction.
Kuwait withdrew its ambassador in Baghdad Monday due to the security situation in the country.
The European Union announced plans Monday to increase sanctions on Syria due to the country’s ongoing conflict.
The UK has announced that it will summon the Egyptian ambassador to London over recent jail sentences for three al-Jazeera journalists in Egypt.
As the ISIL and other Sunni groups move capture multiple towns in western Iraq, the Jordanian government insists its border with Iraq is secure.