November 2, 2014
Iraqi police and medical authorities say more than a dozen people have been killed and tens of others injured in a car bomb attack that targeted a group of Shia pilgrims in the capital, Baghdad.
Jordan's King Abdullah said Sunday that the Hashemite Kingdom would continue to battle "Israeli unilateralism in Jerusalem" and to maintain Islamic and Christian places of worship in the city.
Muslim Brotherhood leader Ali Fatah al-Bab has called for the first-ever direct dialogue between the embattled Islamist group and Egyptian authorities.
Campaigning for Tunisia’s presidential election has kicked off with 27 candidates, including the outgoing head of state, Moncef Marzouki.
A collection of Yemen's most powerful political factions submitted an agreement for the formation of a new government body Sunday, hoping to quell civil unrest that's turned into a bloody, armed engagement.
Hamas officials accused Israel of violating a ceasefire agreement following the closure of both Erez and Kerem Shalom crossings.
The Islamic State executed hundreds of people including women and children in Iraq's Anbar province, a senior Sunni tribesman said.
Knesset speaker Moshe Feiglin stormed the Al Aqsa compound accompanied by nine Jewish settlers despite ongoing tension following the shooting of an Israeli activist on Ocboter 30.
President of the Syrian National Coalition, Hadi al-Bahra, admitted moderate rebels "made a lot of mistakes" fighting Bashar al-Assad's forces and IS.
Palestinians allege that Israeli officers executed Mutaz Hijazi, instead of arresting him on suspicion of involvement in the shooting of a right-wing Jewish activist.
In the first sign of progress toward the release of 27 Lebanese soldiers and policemen held by Nusra militants, Qatari mediators were handed a list of names to be considered in a prisoner swap.
Israel security forces in East Jerusalem attempted to detain a two-year-old for throwing stones along with a nine-year-old for having "colored rocks", which turned out to be sweets.
Allegations have emerged of British soldiers mistreating and killing 30 Iraqi civilians, which will be sent to the International Criminal Court for investigation.
The Arab League is due to hold a meeting Sunday to discuss the ongoing tensions in Jerusalem including Israeli "violations against the Al-Aqsa Mosque".
Former Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi is set to face trial on Monday, November 3rd on charges of inciting murder during his presidency.