October 28, 2013
A homemade bomb targeting a police patrol in Bahrain wounded security officials in the Gulf country Monday.
Eight individuals believed to be involved in the deaths of Tunisian policemen from last week were arrested by officials late Sunday.
US Lawmakers called on President Barack Obama Sunday to "repair ties" with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Three policemen were killed in Mansoura, in the Egyptian Nile Delta, early on Monday morning after unidentified gunmen attacked a security checkpoint.
October 27, 2013
International Peace envoy to Syria Lakhdar Brahimi is to arrive in Damascus on Monday to discuss preparations for Geneva II conference.
Israeli government reject a bill by right-wing party Habayit Hayehudi to ban the release of Palestinian prisoners.
A series of car blasts hit 8 different areas in and around Baghdad on Sunday killing at least 49 people and wounding more than 90, pushing the October death toll from Iraq violence past 600.
Gaza militant fire mortal shells into Israel Sunday afternoon
Russian President Vladimir Putin is hoping to capitalise on the current unrest in Egypt by pursuing a mutually beneficial diplomatic relationship with Cairo in the wake of US halting its military aid to the country, according to a recent report by UK newspaper The Times.
The Muslim Brotherhood affiliated National Alliance has proposed a new initiative that will resolve the political crisis that has been ongoing in Egypt since the ousting of former President Mohamed Morsi in July.
Algeria's 76-year-old ailing leader announced Saturday that he will be running for a fourth term in the country's next election cycle.
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit against Mohammed ElBaradei, Egypt's former interim Vice President for “betrayal of trust.”
October 26, 2013
Tunisia’s ruling Islamist Ennahda began national dialogue with opposition parties on Friday to form a caretaker government and prepare for elections.
October 25, 2013
In a new campaign aimed at ending commercial activity in the settlements, Palestinian Authority last month sent a letter to 50 countries urging them to impose sanctions on settlements by either freezing their business dealings with the settlements or withdrawing their investments altogether.
Norway rejected on Friday a U.S request to take on the destruction of Syria's chemical weapons, arguing that it lacks suitable equipments and regulations to carry out the task