October 27, 2014
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi met with King Abdullah II in Amman Sunday.
October 26, 2014
The death toll from three days of fighting between Lebanese troops and IS-inspired militants has risen to 27.
Seven militants from the Islamic State (IS) have been killed in the ongoing clashes with the forces defending Ain Al-Arab in northern Syria.
Ansarullah fighters in Yemen have managed to drive out al-Qaeda-linked militants from one of their strongholds in the strategic province of al-Bayda.
At least 17 Libyans were injured Sunday in renewed clashes near the capital.
Militants in northern Lebanon have kidnapped a second Lebanese soldier.
Egyptian officials postponed Gaza ceasefire talks between Palestine and Israel which were scheduled for Monday.
The Egyptian military launched fresh air strikes in North Sinai on Sunday, killing five suspected militants.
At least eight Shia volunteer fighters have been killed in a bomb attack near Baghdad.
Hundreds of left-wing Israeli public figures urged the Spanish Parliament to support the resolution for a Palestinian State ahead of the country's vote.
The militant group said on Sunday it would begin execute captive Lebanese soldiers and policeman in response to the country's recent crackdown on Tripoli jihadists.
King Abdullah on Saturday offered his condolences to Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi following two terrorist attacks in the Sinai Peninsula.
After a lively electoral campaign riddled with political money and fierce debate, the birthplace nation of the Arab Spring opened polling station doors Sunday for fresh parliamentary elections.
The first batch of Iraq's Peshmerga forces are due to leave for the Syrian border town of Kobani to battle Islamic State militants.
At least 14 people were killed during clashes between IS-inspired militants and Lebanese troops Saturday, according to security sources.