As the intensity of the civil war does not seem to decrease, would it be time for the international community to consider military intervention in Syria?
Once again, the Palestinian Hamas rejects the new peace initiative that could be the solution for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, going on since 1948.
Israel shoots aircraft flying over its airspace, supposedly sent by the Hezbollah, or else, Iran.
The Tunisian government decided on selling out Ben Ali’s riches.
After numerous refusals of Turkey’s accession to the EU, and the coming to power of the AKP, Turkey is seen to release its European dream and turn toward the Middle Eastern region, as stipulated by the foreign policy of Davutoglu as well. Turkey acts as a model and mediator in the region, continuously increasing its reputation in the area.
Obama announced the US withdrawal from Afghanistan – resident troops will be reduced to some 32,000 by the end of February 2014. But what does the future hold?
Graffiti as political expression is widespread in the Middle East as well – even in the wake of the Arab Spring, dictators couldn’t escape public criticism.
Former South African President Nelson Mandela is said to be in good spirits after being released from the hospital following his treatments for pneumonia.
Egypt’s comeback in the recent political landscape of the region represents a change from its isolation. Yet, the moral voice echoing like the region’s living conscience may just as well put the country at odds with its similarly ambitious fellow states of the region.
Egypt is having a new opposition group rising: what does the black bloc in Egypt demand? Who are they?
North Korea recently released a video that supposedly shows New York City under an apparent Nuclear attack.
Officials say at least 245 people died in a nightclub fire overnight in Brazil, and that number is expected to climb.
Right on time for Easter one of the biggest questions has been finally answered: Who came first, the chicken or the egg? Scientists found the answer.
Artist Kefeng Zhu opend in Jiaxing City of China the first unofficial Transformers theme park. Part of the exhibit are 10-feet-high Transformers classics like Optimus Prime and Bumblebee.
French authorities surround a 4 story apartment building in the southern French city of Toulouse trying to apprehend suspected killer, Mohammed Merah. According to CNN, two shots were heard around 2 a.m. Thursday morning. French authorities are not sure what the shots were related to, but it has been noted that the suspect at large [...]
Jason Russell, Invisible Children filmmaker, was caught walking around in his underwear Thursday afternoon. The documentary that highlighted Joseph Kony caught the attention of many and had 80 million viewers wanting to do something. Russell was arrested and placed in a mental facility to be evaluated, which is mandatory for arrest like these in San [...]
In the wake of the latest military unrest, Karzai is demanding that U.S. pullback the troops from the villages of Afghan. This is a major blow to the strategies that the U.S was going to implement to fight the war on terror. These events were fueled by the troubled solider that killed 16 villagers on [...]
Should U.S. Soldier face a public trial in Afghanistan for taking the lives of 16 Afghans?
To support the legalization of gay marriage in the UK ice cream maker Ben & Jerry’s renamed its “Oh My! Apple Pie!” ice cream to “Apple-y Ever After”.
With Iran’s uranium enrichment program in progress, the possibility of a high profile military crisis lurks around the corner in the Middle East.