Israeli forces were deployed to search for the suspect and contain the situation.
Khamenei stated that Iran will defend the Palestinian people in their Intifada in any way possible.
A civilian network of journalists stated that white phosphorous, a deadly incendiary chemical weapon, is being used in airstrikes in Raqqa.
A Taliban spokesman said around five Afghan troops were killed during a shootout following the crash.
Turkish President Erdogan and US President Obama discussed the Tuesday incident over a phone call and agreed that it was a violation of Turkey's airspace, justifying Turkey's actions.
US Secretary of State John Kerry met with Netanyahu hours before joining the Palestinian President in Ramallah as part of his Middle East tour.
Fighter jets shot down a Russian Sukhoi Su-24M Fencer after it violated Turkish airspace on Tuesday. One of the two pilots was killed immediately, and the other has recently been rescued by the Syrian army.
Following the recent attacks in Paris, a wave of Islamophobia is sweeping across America, drawing dangerous parallels between Muslims and terrorism. Charles Blow discusses how being anti-Muslim is anti-American.
Explosives had been previously detected in two US bound DHL packages at Cairo International Airport.
Canada will be giving priority to full families, women, and members of the LGBT community.
Officials called for calm despite escalating tension after a Russian fighter jet was shot down by Turkey for allegedly violating its airspace.
Austrian teen Samra Kesinovic, who fled to Syria and married a Daesh fighter was reportedly beaten to death for attempting to flee the militant group's stronghold of Raqqa.
A Russian marine was reportedly killed by Syrian rebel fire in a helicopter crash during a rescue operation to retrieve two pilots aboard a Russian fighter jet, which had been previously shot down by Turkey.
An eight-year-old Palestinian boy was handcuffed and blind-folded during his arrest by Israeli soldiers in the West Bank town of Hebron.
The parcels weighed about 10 kg and were loaded with explosive substances.
US President Barack Obama sent a letter to Prime Minister Tammam Salam urging action by Lebanese leaders.
November 24, 2015
US President Barack Obama met today with French President Francois Hollande to discuss their joint strategy against Daesh.
Turkey currently hosts the highest number of Syrian refugees in the world.
On Monday Egyptian border guards killed five Sudanese nationals who were attempting to cross into Israel.
Witnesses reported seeing an explosion hit a bus carrying presidential guards in Tunis.
Sayed Ahmed al-Mousawi is accused of giving mobile phone SIM cards to protesters and taking photos of demonstrations against the ruling Al Khalifa regime.
Olivier Corel is said to be close to the individual identified as the voice claiming responsibility for the Paris attacks.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov was set to meet his Turkish counterpart in Istanbul.
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair will face questions about his role in orchestrating British foreign policy towards Libya.
The explosive device was discovered in Jenin and was promptly neutralized.
Nasser Hassan Mohammed Al Balooshi was wounded during the the fight for the city of Marib.
The most recent death marks 548 deaths from MERS in Saudi since 2012.
A Palestinian protester clashes with Israeli troops (unseen) along the border with Israel near El-Bureij, in the central Gaza Strip
A Palestinian protester clashes with Israeli troops (unseen) along the border with Israel near El-Bureij, in the central Gaza Strip
November has been a deadly month in Libya, with a car bomb hitting a major checkpoint on Tuesday.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana has accused Indiana Governor Mike Pence for violating constitutional and civil rights.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says a Syrian rebel group shot a Russian helicopter, forcing it to make an emergency landing in Latakia.
The EU called on the Afghan government to implement the Law on Elimination of Violence Against Women.
A fire has killed 18 African migrants in a camp housing about 600 people in Ouargla, southeast of Algiers.
Sinai Province, the same group who downed the Russian passenger jet in October, claimed responsibility for today's car bomb in Al Arish.
The Russian and Egyptian Defense Ministers met late Monday, as part of a series of talks about Egypt and Russia collaborating on military movements.
Sergei Panov, Moscow’s envoy in Ankara, has been called to meet with acting undersecretary Ahmet Muhtar Gun after Turkish F-16s shot down a Russian warplane.
Russian and French fighter jets are set to intensify attacks against Daesh positions in the militant group's stronghold of Raqqa.
Defense officials are saying that the US Central Command was encouraged to distort reports submitted to the White House regarding progress made against Daesh.
US Secretary of State John Kerry said he fully supported Israel's right to 'self-defense' Tuesday amid ongoing violence between the Jewish state and Palestinians.
Gunmen attacked the police station, located in Adana province, before leaving a car bomb outside. The bomb was detonated by police in a controlled blast.
Three Russian journalists were injured when a missile landed near their car in Syria.
Turkey is meeting with the UN and NATO after multiple Russian warplanes have crossed into their airspace.
A Palestinian man was shot and injured after reportedly ramming his car into Israeli security personnel in the West Bank city of Nablus.
Airstrikes supporting ground troops targeted Daesh positions in Ramadi and Mosul, while more French airstrikes were carried out in Syria against Daesh's self-proclaimed capital of Raqqa.
Somali militant group al-Shabaab is facing difficulty with factions defecting to Daesh.
The "Upcoming Syria" campaign aims to counter the perception that the Syrian war is between the Alawi and Sunni population.
The Russian Defence Ministry confirmed a fighter jet was shot down over the Turkey-Syria border but denied violating Turkey's airspace despite reported warnings.
Hezbollah condemned a sanctions bill passed by the US senate last week, which will restrict finances and the group's primary media organization.
US Secretary of State John Kerry will hold talks with Israeli and Palestinian leaders in Ramallah and Jerusalem Tuesday.
Two bombs exploded at a hotel holding Egyptian election judges the day after parliamentary polls closed.
Turkey sent an appeal to UN on behalf of the Turkmen villages in Syria facing airstrikes and high civilian casualties
A fighter jet reportedly crashed in Syria, according to a Turkish television network, while CNN said the warplane had been shot down for violating Turkish airspace.
French authorities found an explosive suicide belt in a dumpster south of Paris, possibly belonging to still-fugitive Salah Abdeslam.
French President Francois Hollande will hold talks Tuesday with Barack Obama in the White House to discuss strategies to fight Daesh.
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnball told parliament Tuesday a political solution was needed in Syria rather than boots on the ground.
Let's be clear, there are two current wars going on in Syria. One between Bashar al-Assad and opposition rebels, the second, between Daesh and everyone else. Dialogue is key with Assad, but military action is needed against Daesh.
The UN expressed concern over illegal settlement activities, Israeli settler violence and ongoing demolition of Palestinian homes.
At least 15 people were killed by Saudi airstrikes around Yemen after the kingdom launched a series of attacks against Houthi militants.
Human Rights Watch slammed the Bahraini government for allowing the abuse of detainees after protests in 2011.
Egyptian national Salah Emad al-Gebaly was one of 130 victims killed in the November 13 Paris attacks.
November 23, 2015
Five Iranian men have sew their mouths shut in protest of Macedonia's new restrictions only allowing refugees from active conflict areas.
Firefighters from three different departments have called in to battle the blaze.
The second phase of elections in Egypt received a higher turnout than the infamous low attendance to voting in the first phase.
Jordan is removing Saudi and Turkish funded militant groups from their official list of terrorist organizations.
Kuwaiti security forces uncovered a Daesh cell that was recruiting, funding, and managing arms deals for Daesh in Syria.
An IDF soldier and a Palestinian attacker were killed in a stabbing attack on Route 443 north of Jerusalem.
Several journalists reported being banned from taking photographs of polling stations.
The US-led coalition continues targeting Daesh oil supplies, with major airstrikes over the weekend.
North Korea flatly rejected claims by the South's intelligence service that Kim Jung Un's government had ties to the Daesh militant group.
Algeria's former head of counter-terrorism will go on military trial on Thursday.
According to Scott Bennett, a US Army veteran and psychological warfare expert, Daesh does not remain a legitimate threat to the United States; rather, the idea of a militant group like Daesh serves as a means to further post 9/11 agendas.
The second day of parliamentary polling for 13 of the governorates in Egypt has seen some violence.
According to an Israeli army spokesperson, the suspect approached the Huwwara checkpoint with a knife drawn and tried to attack a solider when he was immediately shot dead.
Belgian police have so far detained 21 people for suspected links to terrorism.
Five Sudanese migrants were killed in a shootout between Egyptian security forces and traffickers in Rafah.
According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Phoenix, Arizona has become a hotbed for Daesh recruiters looking to add high school-aged students to their ranks.
Turkey is conducting country-wide raids for Daesh members.
British Prime Minister David Cameron offered France the use of RAF Akrotiri, a UK air base located on Cyprus, for carrying out anti-Daesh operations in Syria.
Erbil and Sulaimaniyah have suspended flights as Russian cruise missiles cross into northern Iraqi airspace.
Russian President Vladimir Putin landed in Tehran Monday for talks with Iranian diplomats and Hassan Rouhani, marking the leader's first visit to the country in eight years.
Israel has reestablished the ICRC "Family Visits Program" for Gazans following the agreement by Palestinian prisoners to end the hunger strike. As a result, dozens of Gazans visited jailed relatives at Nafha prison on Monday.
Palestinian properties across the southern parts of the West Bank were attacked late Sunday by a group of Israeli settlers.
Two young Palestinian women allegedly stabbed an Israeli man near the Mahane Yehuda market on Jaffa Street in Jerusalem. Police shot and killed one girl, while the other has been moderately wounded.
The Syrian regime army reclaimed the towns of Maheen and Hawareen, and are advancing through Homs province.
The exact motive and circumstances are currently unknown.
The proposed construction of a mosque in the city of Melton has resulted in a surge of anti and pro-Islam sentiments from demonstrators of Reclaim Australia and No Room for Racism. As the opposing organizations converged on the construction site, tensions escalated, prompting police to intervene and arrest several demonstrators.
The rear window of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) co-chairman's vehicle was severely damaged in what was thought to be an assassination attempt. However, a government probe suggests that it was not an attempted gun attack.
British Prime Minister David Cameron arrived in Paris Monday to hold talks with his French counterpart Francois Hollande on anti-terrorism strategies.
Turkish opposition leader Selahattin Demirtas's bullet proof convoy was attacked in the southeastern province of Diyarbakir.
This is the last day of polling before run-off elections on 1 December and 2 December.
Four people were arrested by Lebanese security forces in renewed anti-terror raids in the country's north.
Thousands of people in the Turkmen minority group in Syria are fleeing to the Turkish border after regime-backed airstrikes.
The drowned Syrian girl stirred memories of the images of Aylan Kurdi, found dead on beach in September
Belgium remains paralyzed in fear of possible terror attacks as authorities continue their manhunt for fugitive and Paris attack suspect Salah Abdeslam.
No damage was reported Monday after a rocket from the Gaza Strip hit southern Israel, according to the IDF.
Australian Justice Minister Michael Keenan defended the country's decision to take 12,000 Syrian refugees.
Following the Paris attacks, the news has been full of xenophobic pandering and the insistence of monitoring and furthering isolating Muslims. Frank Bruni is sure that if America does not act with prudence, Daesh will surely win.
President Barack Obama said the US would take back land from Daesh and cut off the militant group's finances.
Voting processes went smoothly in all polling stations except in Saudi Arabia and Jordan.
According to one senior administration official Kerry plans to discuss "the normal things you’d imagine we’d have to talk about."