November 2, 2013
After three days of clashes that killed at least forty people, Shiite rebels and Sunni fighters have stopped fighting in a northern Yemeni town.
Thousands of people took part in demonstrations across Egypt Friday to show support for ousted President Mohamed Morsi ahead of his trial Monday.
Tunisian party leaders met Friday to discuss who they would appoint as prime minister to replace the current Islamist-led government.
Female lawmakers in Turkey wore headscarves to Parliament for the first time following the end of a long-standing ban.
November 1, 2013
A shortage of fuel halted the production of electricity across the Gaza Strip on Friday.
US Secretary of State John Kerry is expected to meet with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Tuesday in Bethlehem as part of ongoing peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians.
Jordan’s interior minister stressed on the importance of cooperating on intelligence gathering between countries.
Three members of the Hamas Kassam Brigades were killed in an IAF strike of an attack tunnel in the southern Gaza Strip overnight Friday.
United Nations envoy to Syria Lakhdar Brahimi said Friday that the proposed Geneva peace conference to end the war in Syria could not be held without the participation of the opposition.
October 31, 2013
Two people arrested for suspected involvement in a bomb that exploded near an Army Intelligence post in east Lebanon
International Amnesty is calling for international support to help Jordan end its border restriction on Syrian refugees.
Supporters of Egypt's ousted Prime Minister called for daily protests before Morsi's trial scheduled for next week.
A syrian air defense base was reportedly destroyed early Thursday in missile attack, Lebanese and Syrian media say Israel is behind the attack.
Al-Qaeda assailants opened fire on a border patrol killing one soldier and injuring several more before escaping.
Morocco recalled its ambassador to Algeria Wednesday following Algerian president Bouteflika's comments that human rights violations in the Morocco annexed territory of Western Sahara need to be monitored "now more than ever."