December 25, 2013
Al-Qaeda has claimed responsibility for killing five journalists in a suicide bombing that targeted a news channel office.
King Abdullah of Jordan sent his condolences to the President of Egypt after the recent terror attack in the city of Mansoura.
December 24, 2013
While riding in a convoy, Iraqi Defense Minister Saadoun al-Dulaimi was targeted in a failed bombing attempt that injured two guards and the vehicle.
The Prime Minister of Egypt has declared the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist group after the most recent attack which killed at least 14 people.
After an eight-day bombing campaign against rebels in Aleppo, the US has condemned regime forces for their actions.
Israeli war planes launched a series of airstrikes on the besieged Gaza Strip on Christmas eve in retaliation for the shooting of an Israeli civilian. At least two people were killed, including a little girl.
Iraq on Tuesday ordered the closure of its border with ally Syria in a bid to speed up Baghdad's massive military hunt for Al Qaeda operatives. The defence minister's convoy was also targeted by militants - he remained uninjured, but two of his guards were wounded.
According to Interior Ministry officials, a truck containing explosives was behind the attack on a security site in the Nile Delta that killed some 13 people on Tuesday morning.
Lebanese army commander Gen. Jean Kahwagi on Monday said that the armed forces would not hesitate to respond swiftly to any Israeli attack on the southern city of Sidon.
Seven leading organizations representing Muslim scholars have issued a statement in which they condemn hardline jihadists from the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) of commiting human rights abuses.
Early on Tuesday morning, Israeli forces raided the northern West Bank city of Nablus and detained five young Palestinian men.
A series of deadly bombings - in what appears to be the worst terrorist attack on a government site since the ousting of Morsi in July - killed 12 people early on Tuesday morning in Mansoura.
The Syrian opposition are threatening to pull out of January's peace talks in Geneva if the Western world does not stop the Syrian government continue their nine-day bombing campaign on the northern city of Aleppo.
A wave of violence swept Iraq on Monday, with six soldiers left dead after an attack on a military base near Baghdad. A satellite TV station in Tikrit was also the scene of clashes, and was set fire to after gunmen left the building.
Sixty-five bombs were been found and defused in the Kandahar province on Monday.