January 14, 2015
The mass displacement comes after a number of towns and villages came under attack in the northeast of Nigeria.
On Tuesday, the army announced that a kidnapped police captain had been found dead.
France led the list of countries from which Jews made aliyah to Israel in 2014, with almost 7,000 new French immigrants, more than double the 3,400 who came last year.
An employees' union official said former civil servants are carrying out sit-in protests inside the Palestinian cabinet's headquarters until their salaries are paid.
A senior military official said the crackdown on Islamist militants at the Roumieh Prison would pave the way for the government to implement a security plan in the northern Bekaa region, long plagued by kidnappings for ransom, killings, vendettas, drug smuggling and car thefts.
Egypt continued to keep the Rafah crossing closed for Palestinians following the killing of a security officer this week.
The controversial new edition of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, available in newspapers Wednesday, will be featured in six new languages, including Turkish, while a digital version will be available in Arabic.
January 13, 2015
Following Saturday's deadly cafe blast in Tripoli's Jabal Mohsen neighborhood, the Lebanese army announced Tuesday night it had arrested a Lebanese national they believe was plotting another attack on the northern city.
More than one thousand Syrian families in Lebanon's Akkar were given emergency winter aid by a Qatari delegation Tuesday, according to country's state news agency.
A video by the militant group in Iraq and Syria purports to show a young boy, thought to be around 10 or 11 years old, shooting dead two men they call
A explosive-laden car entered a checkpoint east of Benghazi before detonating and killing three Libyan soldiers Tuesday, the AFP reports.
Seven convicted militants were executed in Pakistan, bringing the total number to 16 since the country lifted a six-year moratorium on the death penalty.
Moroccan authorities have arrested three Daesh-linked suspects in the town of Fnideq near the Spanish enclave of Ceuta.
The Syrian National Coalition was heavily criticized over the rising number of deaths due to harsh winter conditions in the country.
It was announced that Hosni Mubarak will remain in police custody until retrial or until the courts order for his release.