June 9, 2014
All flights have been suspended to Pakistan's Jinnah International Airport following attacks late Sunday that have resumed today.
Former Syria peace envoy Lakhdar Brahimi has predicted that Syria, a country increasingly being run by warlords, faces becoming a failed state similar to Somalia.
New Zealand media have reported that its first citizen has been killed in Syria. Its Foreign Ministry is yet to provide further details.
June 8, 2014
Palestine's foreign ministry has summoned Australia's representative over Australia's recent refusal to refer to Jerusalem as "occupied."
Students at al-Azhar University in Cairo protested against the inauguration of Abdel Fattah al-Sisi Sunday.
Iran and Turkey will establish a high council for strategic cooperation during President Rouhani's upcoming visit to Ankara.
A Palestinian fisherman who was shot by the Israeli navy two weeks ago died from his injuries Sunday morning.
Health Minister Wael Abu Faour says he is not confident that an agreement on the presidential election will be reached soon.
The Israeli cabinet has approved legislation that aims to prevent large scale releases of Palestinian prisoners.
A family of six has been killed during air raids in Aleppo. The youngest casualty was a six-month-old baby.
At least 19 people have died in bombings that targeted a Kurdish political office.
According to the inmates' lawyers, Palestinian prisoners who are on a hunger strike are treated with brutality.
Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi was sworn in Sunday by the Supreme Constitutional Court as the country's new president.
Israeli President Shimon Peres and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas are heading to Vatican city today to pray with Pope Francis.
Egypt is tightening security as it prepares for Sisi's inauguration ceremony later today.