June 16, 2014
The U.S. State Department has announced that the U.S. embassy in Baghdad will remain open.
Conflicting reports reveal it is unclear who is currently in control of Nineveh province's strategic city of Tal Afar.
Hamas says the recent accusations that Hamas was responsible for kidnapping three missing Israeli teens is an effort by Israel to bring down the newly formed Palestinian unity government.
June 15, 2014
A Lebanese citizen was kidnapped in Benghazi after an armed group raided his house.
Egyptian security forces raided the print shop of a human rights newspaper and accused it of having links to the Muslim Brotherhood.
At least seven medical staffers were in killed in Yemen Sunday in a militant ambush.
The National Alliance to Support Legitimacy has called on supporters of Mohamed Morsi to rise up on July 3.
The Syrian and Iraqi governments have begun joint airstrikes against ISIL militants.
Yemeni troops surrounded a mosque controlled by former president Saleh amid suspicions that Saleh is plotting a coup.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said the United States is committed to helping Iraq defeat ISIL.
A bombing in central Baghdad has left 9 dead and 23 injured.
The Syrian army has recaptured the strategic town of Kassab near Syria's border with Turkey.
Hamas denied accusations that it is responsible for kidnapping three missing Israeli teens.
An airstrike on Kurdish forces has killed 6 and left over 20 injured.
Israeli forces have detained nearly 80 Palestinians and continue major raids in the West Bank to find 3 missing Israeli teens.