October 13, 2014
Photographs have emerged of IS militants allegedly using chemical weapons against Kurdish fighters in the Syrian border town of Kobani, where fighting rages on.
At least 30 people were killed and 15 injured in a three-way bus collision early Monday. Egypt's President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi has ordered an immediate investigation into the crash.
Britain's parliament will debate whether or not to recognize Palestine as an independent state Monday, causing a stir among politicians.
The European Union issued $4.9 million in aid for over 180,000 displaced Syrians who have fled to Turkey after IS violence escalated in Kobani.
Hundreds of Israeli police raided al-Aqsa mosque compound Monday.
Intense clashes erupted in Iraq's Anbar Province after IS militants attacked three military bases.
Egypt's higher education minister said all students who protested at universities on Sunday will be expelled by the evening of the same day.
Turkey will let a U.S.-led coalition use its bases to battle IS militants in Syria and Iraq.
Over 30 foreign ministers attended the conference to pledge their monetary support for Gaza.
October 12, 2014
Kurdish forces have stopped the advance of IS fighters in Syria's Kobani Sunday.
At least 21 people have been killed and many others wounded after tribal clashes broke out in the western region of Libya's capital city, Tripoli.
Turkey closed the border with Syria on Sunday leaving thousands of people who had fled Kobani stranded in a minefield in no-man’s-land on the border.
Tunisia’s Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa has announced that his country has arrested some 1,500 militants as part of efforts to secure its transition to democracy.
Police fired tear gas at hundreds of protesters at Cairo's Azhar University Sunday for the second day in a row.
Officials in Iraq's Anbar province are calling for the U.S. to send ground troops into Iraq to help battle Islamic State militants.