August 2, 2013
The Tunisian army has launched a massive land and air operation against Islamist militants near the Algerian border.
Yemeni President's meeting with Barack Obama did not secure the release of Yemeni prisoners at Guantanamo Bay military detention center.
Interior Minister Marwan Charbel shied away Friday from accusing any one party of launching rocket attacks.
At least two rockets were fired near the Lebanese capital Thursday, with no reported casualties.
Secretary-General Bank Ki-moon's spokesman says peaceful protests in Egypt must be allowed to continue.
Hundreds of Palestinian residents of Israel demonstrated against plans to resettle thousands of Bedouin residents in the Negev.
U.S Secretary of State John Kerry has come out in tentative support of the Egyptian military's deposal of President Morsi.
The Jordanian Armed Forces have seized a large amount of weapons and ammunition in the northern border near Syria.
Thursday night saw supporters of deposed President Morsi stage demonstrations in front of Egypt's High Constitutional Court in Cairo.
US officials say an Israeli airstrike on a weapons' depot in Syria failed to destroy all the anti-ship missiles there.
August 1, 2013
The UN has announced that over a thousand people were killed in violence across Iraq in July, the largest death toll in years.
Egypt's Brotherhood has warned of possible massacre if police use force to disperse Morsi sit-ins.
Egypt's Interior Ministry has called on Morsi supporters to end their sit-in
The Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) has issued a September 1st deadline to the Turkish government in order to advance peace process.
President Michel Sleiman said Thursday Hezbollah's use of weapons must be discussed, given group's military presence in Syria.