December 29, 2014
According to a committee representing detainees and ex-detainees, Israeli forces arrested 6,059 Palestinians this past year, an increase of 56 percent compared to the previous year.
Jordan selected to present the Palestinian resolution calling for an Israeli withdrawal to the pre-1967 lines to the United Nations Security Council on Monday.
Three people were injured in Arsal on Monday morning as the Army dispersed a protest over the decision to require special permits for anyone crossing into the northeastern border town's outskirts.
Two doctors who were arrested for refusing to join hospitals under Daesh control were executed by a firing squad in Mosul.
Villagers and members of al-Shaitaat tribes in Syria’s eastern province of Dayr al-Zawr have reportedly joined the army in its fight against Daesh.
NATO and the US formally officially declared an end to the war in Afghanistan, but with a weak central government violence is likely to ensure as Taliban remains present and IEDs still pose a serious risk to civilians.
Following Assad's recent statement of being open to peace talks in Moscow, opposition leaders met in Cairo to discuss the future of Syria, proposing the end of the Baath party by forming a new transitional government as a way to end the crisis.
The movement of various stations for the Queen’s Guard was observed around the beginning of November, according to a news and blogging website which reports on the royal family.
December 28, 2014
The search operation for the plane, which is believed to have gone missing while flying over the Java sea, was halted as darkness fell and will resume in the morning at 6 a.m. local time.
The IDF indicted an American citizen planning to bomb Muslim holy sites in Israel three weeks ago and will continue to hold him in custody until the end of his trial.
An Iranian military general was killed in the Iraqi city of Samarra on Sunday while advising Iraqi troops in their fight against Daesh.
A 12-day security sweep led to the mass arrest of almost 500 Muslim Brotherhood members, and the seizure of numerous weapons and weapon-making workshops.
Egyptian authorities allegedly planned to destroy 1,200 homes to extend the depth of its security buffer zone on its border with the Israeli-blockaded Gaza Strip after discovering more underground tunnels.
Head of the Future bloc MP Fouad Siniora defended his party’s decision to launch talks with Hezbollah Saturday, saying that the alternative to dialogue was “frightening.”
Hamas leader Mahmoud al-Zahhar condemned Abbas' UN draft resolution that would recognize Palestine as a state, refusing to consider the plan of Jerusalem as a shared capital for both Israel and Palestine.