September 18, 2014
Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden has accused the United States of routinely passing private and unedited communications of American citizens to Israel.
U.S. President Barack Obama spoke Wednesday saying he will not deploy U.S. ground troops to Iraq.
September 17, 2014
A new video released by the Islamic State directly threatens U.S. President Barack Obama and the U.S. with impending war.
Iraq's new prime minister said in an interview Wednesday that foreign ground troops are neither necessary or welcome in Iraq.
Algeria has officially expressed readiness to host negotiations between rival Libyan parties.
At least 36 children have died after receiving tainted measles vaccines at U.N. clinics.
At least nine people have been killed in Libya in heavy fighting between forces loyal to General Haftar and armed militiamen.
Government air strikes have killed roughly 48 people in Homs province.
At least 65 Houthis have been killed in clashes in northern Yemen.
Militants from Nusra Front have threatened to kill one of 22 kidnapped Lebanese soldiers, according to a statement on Facebook.
A public opinion poll published on Tuesday showed that half of the Palestinian public supports an armed intifada against Israel.
Egyptian officials summoned EU ambassadors over a "negative" statement on human rights and terrorism in the country.
Iraqi forces battled Islamic State militants north of the capital Baghdad, which has been under siege for over two months.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has highlighted Iran’s status in the Middle East, saying the Islamic Republic plays an important role in the establishment of regional peace.
Australia’s Prime Minister Tony Abbott says Australian troops in Iraq will not engage in combat operations in the crisis-hit country.