November 18, 2014
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas condemned Tuesday's deadly attack in a Jerusalem synagogue, which killed four Israelis.
Iraqi troops entered the country's biggest oil refinery close to the town of Baiji after five months of clashes with ISIL militants.
Two men who carried out a deadly attack on a synagogue in Jerusalem have been identified by Palestinian authorities.
At least 20 people were killed and 65 injured in a helicopter attack by regime forces in Aleppo’s Al Bab province.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu strongly condemned an attack in a Jerusalem synagogue, which left four people dead.
Syrian state media confirmed the brutal execution of 18 military personnel by ISIL jihadists following the release of a propaganda video by the group.
Egyptian university students have held fresh protests, slamming unabated security crackdown by the government forces.
Terrorist attacks soared in 2013 across Middle East nations including Lebanon, Iraq and Syria, according to a new study by the UK-based Institute for Economics and Peace.
The European Union is considering economic sanctions against Israel if it continues to oppose a two-state solution with Palestine.
At least four Israelis were killed early Tuesday in a "terror attack" after worshipers were set upon by two Palestinians who were eventually killed by police.
A senior Obama official called a deal on Iran's nuclear program "difficult but possible" as the November 24 deadline approaches.
The Red Cross on Monday said displaced Syrians would be facing a harsh winter and were in desperate need of humanitarian assistance.
Jordan's security court on Monday started the proceedings for a trial involving a Jordanian citizen who is suspected of having attempted to sneak into Israel to blow himself up, AFP reported.
November 17, 2014
U.S. Secretary of State says claims and counter claims by Syria's president and ISIL have made each other stronger.
European Council condemns settlement constructions in East Jerusalem and calls for respect of Holy Sites.