January 19, 2015
Houthi rebels have allegedly taken over the country's state news agency and television station after clashes broke out earlier Monday morning.
Up to 700 moderate rebels allegedly pledged allegiance to Daesh along Syria's border with Lebanon where the militant group is gearing up to launch further attacks.
Israeli forces on Monday detained eight Palestinians across the West Bank in predawn raids of family homes, according to security sources.
An EU spokeswoman announced on Twitter that the EU Council will appeal the removal of Hamas from the EU terror list.
Fresh clashes broke out between Houthi militants and presidential guards Monday in the Yemeni capital of Sanaa.
A Palestinian man died from tear gas inhalation at a funeral for Sami al-Jaar, 22, who was shot dead last week while standing on the patio of his home during clashes between police and local youths in the neighborhood.
UNIFIL and the Lebanese Army boosted border patrol following an Israeli airstrike on Syria's Golan Heights that killed nine people, including six Hezbollah officers.
Israeli officials have begun lobbying member-states of the ICC in a bid to cut its funding following a probe into war crimes committed across Palestine.
The military cargo plane crashed in Idlib while trying to land at Abu al-Duhur military airport due to heavy fog, resulting in 35 soldier deaths.
Lebanese security forces arrested four suspects over the weekend for being involved in terror acts as part of the country's clampdown on militants.
Boko Haram militants attacked northern Cameroon abducting 60 people as a contingent of soldiers from neighboring Chad arrived in the central African country to battle the Nigeria-based terrorists.
The General National Congress agreed to attend the UN-sponsored dialogue shortly after the internationally recognized House of Representatives called for a cease fire.
January 18, 2015
A bomb exploded near a fuel substation, while two more were found and detonated in a controlled environments by explosive experts. There were no reported injuries.
Israeli helicopters fired two missiles into the Syria's Golan Height, killing nine including Jihad Mughniyeh, the son of Hezbollah's slain top military commander Imad Mughniyeh.
More than 5,000 people rallied in Pakistan in protest against French satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo, for publishing cartoons of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad.