Latest in Tag: Conflict Highlight
Latest in Tag: Conflict
Israeli official dismissed the charges by the King of Jordan
New special envoy to Syria admits the task ahead may be insurmountable as violence continues unabated
The faithful ally to Syria supports President Morsy Quartet committee plan
Mali Islamists threaten to exact retribution on Algeria after hostage swap deal was refused.
Lieberman calls to oust Mahmoud Abbas, accusing him of being “uninterested or unable” to reach an agreement to end the Palestinian/Israeli conflict
Maariv claiming Knesset is worried about Egypt breaching the Camp David, “No Comment” remains the common phrase
Iran to host a meeting to discuss the Syrian situation
An official within the Iraqi Interior Ministry said that gunmen armed with silencers on their weapons managed to assassinate a Justice Ministry worker in Jamiyah on Tuesday as well as an Agriculture Ministry employee in Adil, both western suburbs of the capital city of Baghdad. Two soldiers were also shot and killed at a checkpoint …
Violence threatens country’s fragile stability
Yemen’s military is currently undergoing restructuring in an attempt to curb the power of the son of a former president, Ahmed Ali Abdullah Saleh. Saleh currently holds the position of Brigadier General in the Yemeni army. According to Yemen state media ,Saba, Monday, the current President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi issued decrees which transfer the command …
International intervention suffers delays even as reports of child soldiers surface
8 killed in suicide car bomb attack on a military checkpoint in the north-eastern city of Damaturu Sunday
Countries to vote against the UN General Assembly resolution include some of the most isolated states in the body’s membership
The Algerian border guards were killed in an ambush
Defence minister: “These capabilities are defensive and would only be used against aggressors and those who threaten the country’s interests and territorial integrity”
The clashes between Copts and Muslims began after an argument arising between a Coptic clothes-presser burned the shirt of his Muslim customer
Al Bashir turns down an invitation to meet the South Sudanese president
A commander in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps is accusing Saudi Arabia, Yemen, and the United Arab Emirates of supporting Somali piracy.
Despite Sudans rejection of the South Sudan proposal, the UN and AU remain committed to resolving the crisis
International community deals with refugees, chemical weapons possibility
US Military aid to several African nations part of the war on terror
Tensions mount in Sudan, despite the ongoing peace process.