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.
For the first time since the establishment of Israel in 1948, the Israeli authorities are considering a plan to build a new "Arab city"
His Majesty King Abdullah and Iraq’s Prime Minister Haider Al Abadi on Sunday discussed international and regional efforts exerted to confront the dangers of terrorist groups and their radical ideologies.
NATO ended its combat mission in Afghanistan's Helmand Province Sunday, concluding the 13-year war by transferring responsibility of two air bases to the country's military.
Militants associated with al-Qaeda stormed a government building in Idlib Monday.
Peace talks with Israel were put on hold due to the attacks in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, the head of Palestine's ceasefire delegation team said.
At least 30 people, predominantly Shia Houthi militants, were killed in violent clashes late Sunday while fighting continues throught the al-Qaeda stronghold of Manaseh.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has approved the construction of 1,060 new settler units in the occupied Palestinian territories.
Thousands of Lebanese families fled the northern city of Tripoli following a week of intense clashes between the country's army and al-Nusra Front militants.
Egyptian officials are due to meet foreign ambassadors in Cairo to ask for support in the country's battle against terrorism.
The secular Call of Tunisia party has taken the lead in Tunisia's elections.
Kurdish forces thwarted a new attempt Sunday by IS fighters to cut off the Syrian town of Kobani from the border with Turkey.
Renewed clashes in Benghazi have left 30 dead.
Thousands of Palestinians gathered in the West Bank town of Silwad to attend the funeral of a 14-year-old boy who was shot dead by Israeli forces on Friday.