November 7, 2014
Hamas and Islamic Jihad issued separate statements calling on Palestinians to take to the streets following Friday prayers.
Iraq's Ministry of Defense said that the Iraqi air force carried out "effective strikes" in the oil-rich town of Baiji in Salahuddin Province.
November 6, 2014
Chancellor Masrour Barzani spoke about ISIL and the recent successes of recapturing territory. However, Barzani calls on Iraq and international community to assist the Peshmerga.
Libya’s Constitutional Court has announced the dissolution of the country’s UN-backed parliament amid the continued operation of another legislature in the capital, Tripoli.
The US Navy SEAL who shot and killed Osama bin Laden in Pakistan three years ago has been named as Rob O'Neill.
Libya's major El Sharara oil field, which produces an estimated 200,000 barrels per day, halted production following its seizure by armed militants.
A bomb planted in a train killed two Egyptian policemen and wounded 11 other people when it exploded at a station in the Nile Delta province of Menufia late on Wednesday, state television said.
Militants allegedly clashed with police in the Yemeni capital of Sanaa following a bomb blast close to the city's airport.
November 5, 2014
The outgoing minister had announced that he was closing the Wesal TV channel, which was accused of inciting sectarian hatred.
Officials said the program started Monday with the sale of construction materials to 700 Gaza residents whose homes were damaged.
Speaking at a meeting to announce the formation of the committee, Wael Suleiman, executive director of Catholic relief organisation Caritas in Jordan, noted that around 100 to 150 new Iraqi refugees arrive in Jordan every day from Erbil after leaving their homes in Mosul and Nineveh.
The four men, whose ages range between 18 and 24, are said to be members of the hard-line Jihadi Salafist movement.
Police say 15 people involved have been arrested.
November 4, 2014
Double US drone strikes close to the town of Rada in Yemen killed at least 20 alleged Al Qaeda militants, according to tribal sources.
The government has requested former intelligence chief Mohammad Dahabi to pay JD20 million to the Treasury within 60 days.