November 22, 2014
Experts predict that Iran and the P5+1 will not reach a comprehensive agreement before the November 24th deadline.
The Human Rights Watch group claims that Israel's policy of destroying the homes of Palestinians suspected for carrying out attacks against Israelis.
Tunisia prepares for presidential elections scheduled for Sunday by announcing plans to mobilize security forces for polling stations and vital government buildings.
Polls opened in Bahrain on Saturday for the first time since 2011, amid a boycott by the opposition.
Al-Shabab militants hijacked a bus in northern Kenya and killed 28 passengers who were non-Muslim.
The Turkish Prime Minister announced Turkey's intention to help the Kurdish fighters in the growing fight against ISIL.
This is the first time that the Tunisian-Libyan border will be closed for this long since the toppling of the previous regime.
November 21, 2014
The troops will help volunteers from Iraq’s Sunni tribes who have been joining training centers at army bases.
Local officials say attacks and mortar fire have been ongoing since the early morning hours.
Prayers at al-Aqsa ended peacefully, with around 40,000 worshipers attending the weekly sermon.
Mohamed Ali Bishr is accused of "spying for foreign states."
The five journalists were convicted of threatening Egypt's national security by allegedly producing "fabricated" news stories and footage with a view to tarnishing Egypt's image abroad.
At least 20 gunmen were killed near Baghdad.
Jordan Muslim Brotherhood leader Zaki Bani Rushaid was detained late Thursday, Reuters reported.
Though the indictment was filed on Tuesday, no public announcement has been issued by the often close-mouthed IDF Military Courts.