April 12, 2014
At least one soldier is dead after gunmen fired on an army vehicle in Hadramawt Province.
The Opposition Coalition in Kuwait is suggesting major government reforms, such as instituting political parties.
Anti-government protestors forced the Zawiya oil terminal to close and blocked the entrance to the port, preventing oil workers from entering.
The Israeli government has demolished several humanitarian residential buildings that were partially funded by the EU.
Clashes between anti-government protestors and security forces have left one dead in Alexandria.
Iranian officials said there is no alternative to Hamid Aboutalebi, their pick for U.N. Ambassador.
At least two Muslim Brotherhood members have been killed by security forces in an exchange of gunfire on Friday.
The military in Lebanon continued to maintain a heavy presence in Tripoli, setting up checkpoints and barriers across the city on Friday.
Palestinian activists have condemned plans by Israeli officials to build a temple close to al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.
Labour party leader Ed Miliband avoided tough questions on current Israel-Palestine negotiations while at Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
Deputy PM Saleh al-Mutlaq escaped from an assassination attempt, alleges an Iraqi lawmaker accompanying him on a trip to Abu Graib.
April 11, 2014
Five hospital workers have been placed in quarantine due to a Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus outbreak in Al Ain, UAE.
Palestinians and foreigners alike took on Bethlehem's hilly roads and ran the marathon as part of the "Right to Movement" campaign on Friday.
The Lebanese military have captured a terrorist allegedly involved in carrying out deadly attacks across the country.
Journalists under fire: A reporter for a pro-Muslim Brotherhood website has been jailed for allegedly posting leaked videos of military officials.