A suicide bomber driving a explosives-packed minibus killed at least 32 people and wounded 147 in Iraq.
Insurgents in Baghdad have set off bombs and detonated explosives-packed cars, killing 26.
Two children were injured after they were instructed to plant a bomb in the same Bahrain village where a bomb killed three people this week.
Israeli naval forces capture shipment of advanced rockets from Iran destined for Gaza.
Life in the West Bank is hard for setttlers who have the dream of building their own home.
Syrian government troops tighten their grip on the last rebel stronghold near the border with Lebanon.
Three policemen were killed by a remotely detonated bomb in Bahrain during a protest.
Government airstrikes in a small northwestern town on the border with Turkey have killed at least 13 people, Syrian activists said Sunday.
The United Nations says a total of 703 Iraqis have been killed due to violence in February, down 30 on January's death toll.
Syrian troops have ambushed and killed at least 150 rebels east of Damascus.
United Nations releases a photo from Syria to put your problems into perspective.
Syrians fleeing deadly conflict are about to replace Afghans as the world's largest refugee population.
Special forces have raided a prison in Israel, killing a notorious prisoner responsible for a gruesome murder in the US.
Three Kiwis arrested as part of a probe into drugs-related offences are due to appear in court.
The Taliban have suspended talks over a possible exchange of Taliban and US prisoners.
UN Security Council demands that Syria's government and the opposition provide access to deliver aid to millions of people in desperate need.
Much of al Qaeda's financing comes from kidnapping, giving cause to stop paying, UN experts say.
The first cabinet decision under Iran's new president was not about nuclear issues but how to save a lake.
The real story of a picture of a Syrian boy is no less heartbreaking than the misinterpreted one.
Negotiations are set to begin on a long-term nuclear deal, but reaching agreement may be impossible.