October 28, 2014
Lebanon's army arrested 83 suspected militants during a widespread clampdown in northern Lebanon Tuesday after 42 people were killed during clashes in Tripoli.
Lebanon's Prime Minister Tamman Salam on Tuesday called on the international community to fund the mass influx of Syrian refugees in the country.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu defended Israel's announcement to build over 1,000 new illegal settlement units in East Jerusalem following US criticism.
Egyptian authorities announced plans to create a buffer zone along the border with Gaza following a suicide bombing that killed 30 soldiers in the Sinai Peninsula.
A high-profile al Qaeda scholar was arrested by Jordanian authorities Monday for distributing terrorist material on the internet.
Jordan slammed the Israeli government's announcement to build over 1,000 settlement units in occupied East Jerusalem.
Syrian military forces have repelled an offensive by al-Qaeda-linked militants against the northwestern city of Idlib
Egyptian airport authorities have barred a Danish Institute for Human Rights official from entering the country over "suspicious training” for Egyptian youth.
The Call of Tunisia party would opt to form an alliance with "democratic" parties to secure a majority in the parliament, a senior group member has said.
IS militants have released a new video with British hostage John Cantlie.
The "Call of Tunisia" won 84 seats in the 217-member National Assembly, followed by Ennahda with 69 seats, according to an AA tally.
Iraqi Kurdish fighters are waiting on a green light from Turkey to enter into Kobani and fight IS militants.
Al-Qaeda-linked militants in Yemen confirm they have retreated from their strongholds in the al-Manasseh area of the southern province of al-Bayda.
October 27, 2014
ISIS is threatening to kill two captives if demands they submitted to the Lebanese government are not met, media reported Monday.
Fighting between Islamists and the Lebanese army in Tripoli appeared to have stopped on Monday morning.