The Palestinian refugee camp continues to see violence inflicted by Daesh and the Syrian regime.
An Egyptian journalist was arrested early Saturday and faces charges of joining the banned Muslim Brotherhood.
The US State Department has been criticized for denying a visa to an Iraqi Christian planning to testify in Congress.
At least 11 people were burned to death and more than a dozen injured when a bus caught fire in southern Pakistan officials said Sunday.
The Syrian army has "cut off the last main road" for rebels leading out of eastern Damascus, a monitor said Sunday.
Taliban and Afghan officials are meeting in Qatar for discussions, although have said these are not peace talks.
The prime minister will meet with an Ethiopian IDF soldier who was beaten by policemen following community protests, officials said Sunday.
The ground troops seen fighting Houthis in Aden are Yemeni, not Arab forces deployed by Saudi Arabia, a spokesman said Sunday.
Prosecutors referred 40 people to criminal court on Sunday after an investigation revealed that they communicated with Daesh fighters, judicial sources said.
At least 30 armed bandits attacked the provincial border between Punjab and Sindh, sources said Sunday.
Or Assraf's body was discovered in a mountainous region and will be flown to Israel for burial.
A Saudi-led coalition has denied that a ground offensive has been launched in Yemen's port city of Aden, Reuters has reported.
The controversial US Congress bill aimed to divide Iraq into three separate states.
Nusra Front militants allegedly received anti-tank weapons training in Syria’s Qalamounin region as they prepare to battle Hezbollah.
Many of the migrants arrived in southern Italy, while others will arrive as late as Monday.
A 16-year-old Egyptian teen was sentenced to 15 years in prison by a Cairo court Saturday for blowing up a police vehicle and making bombs.
For the first time the Saudi-led coalition has deployed ground troops in Yemen, as its airforce continues to conduct airstrikes in Sanaa.
Ethiopian-Israelis are set to protest in Tel Aviv Sunday following violent clashes after a soldier was beaten by police, highlighting the country's institutional racism.
Afghan forces killed 45 militants and wounded 41 others in separate security operations over the past 24 hours.
The Palestinian Authority will reshuffle five or six positions in the national consensus government, a senior Fatah official said.
Twin car bombs killed 19 people in a busy district of Baghdad late Saturday night.
Former US president Jimmy Carter accused Benjamin Netanyahu of obstructing the peace process with Palestinian leaders during a visit to Ramallah in the occupied West Bank.
A Syrian activist and member of the Farouq Brigade describes his torture by Jabhat al-Nusra.
Israel's Counter-Terrorism Bureau warned its citizens and Jews around the world to avoid visiting Tunisia due to heightened security threats; however, Tunisia has since denied any such claims.
The activist organization Human Rights Watch claims to have satellite evidence of Saudi Arabia using cluster munitions, also known as barrel bombs, in Yemen.
Syrian refugee looking through a fence at Azraq refugee camp in Jordan. (AFP/Khalil Mazraawi)
Iraqi security forces clashed with Daesh militants in the city of al-Karma is Anbar province.
Daesh militants reportedly executed up to 600 Yazidis in northern Iraq, according to several media reports.
Three boats carrying over 200 migrants were rescued by a French patrol boat while crossing the Mediterranean.
The UN has called for the protection of Palestinian civilians in Syria's besieged Yarmouk camp following a series of bombings by the Syrian army.
A member of Hamas' military wing al-Qassam Brigades was killed during a tunnel collapse Saturday in the north of Gaza.
Yemen's Shia Houthi movement has appealed to the UN to seek and end to Saudi Arabia's airstrikes across the country.
A new Daesh leader has been appointed after Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was seriously wounded in US air strikes in northwest Iraq.
Hamas is urging for an Arab-Palestinian plan to protect Al-Aqsa Mosque complex, which is at the heart of many problems between Arabs and Israelis.
May 2, 2015
More than a dozen civilians have been killed after militants fired shells at government-held positions in Aleppo, Syria.
The Egyptian army has said that 29 'terrorists' have been killed by its troops in the past 11 days in northern Sinai.
Canada's PM Stephen Harper made an unexpected visit to Iraq, where he met with his Iraqi counterpart Haider al-Abadi Saturday.
Egypt’s President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi has arrived in Saudi Arabia Saturday for talks with top Saudi officials, according to a presidential spokesman.
The attacker drove a bomb-laden car into military headquarters in Garma, killing six.
Syrian regime shells struck Yarmouk late Friday, causing damage to the beleaguered southern Damascus camp. No casualties reported.
The ICC rejected Israel's claims that the court may carry out biased investigations into last summer's Gaza Strip war crimes.
Officials in Baghdad are blaming a wave of displaced Sunnis for providing a cover for militants to conduct increased bombing attacks in the city.
Israeli forces shot, injured 3 teens in al-Jalazun refugee camp outside Ramallah.
An airstrike Friday in Syria's Aleppo province killed 52 civilians, including 7 children, activists say.
In Bahrain, hundreds gathered on international Labor Day to protest the prolonged detainment of political opposition members and demanded they be allowed to resume working.
Pentagon spokesperson Elissa Smith said Friday reports that Washington had send some 100 troops to Turkey to prepare to train Syrian rebels last week were "unfounded and erroneous."
May 1, 2015
In a scene reminiscent of last Labor Day in Istanbul, crowds of protesters were arrested and shot with water cannons as security forces attempted to disperse Taksim Square labor demonstrations.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights reports some 2,231 people were killed in Syria during the month of April, 95 percent of them civilians.
As aid agencies warn of a deepening fuel shortages in Yemen, the UN Security Council will hold an emergency session to address the ongoing humanitarian crisis in the restive country.
At least 20 civilians were killed in Yemen after fresh Saudi-led airstrikes targeted Houthi rebel positions across the capital Sanaa.
Saudi Prince Talal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud slammed the Kingdom's cabinet reshuffle announcement earlier this week, terming the decision "impulsive" and calling for more dialogue.
An Egyptian court issued 18-year prison sentences to five supporters of ousted Egyptian president, Mohamed Morsi, Friday in a continued wave of arrests for Muslim Brotherhood affiliates in Egyp
The bodies of one Lebanese soldier and one civilian were handed over to Lebanese authorities on Friday by Daesh militants in the Lebanese border town of Arsal.
Fourteen Syrian refugees were arrested by Lebanese security forces Friday for "suspicious" activity, the country's state news agency reported.
Israeli gunboats fired at Palestinian fishermen off the coast of Gaza City Friday. No injuries were reported in the attack.
Dozens of Yemeni rebels were killed along with three Saudi soldiers during border clashes overnight, the kingdom’s Defense Ministry said.
Separate car bombs killed at least 16 people in and around the Iraqi capital of Baghdad, security officials confirmed Thursday.
Bashar al-Assad's army clashed with Islamist rebels in Latakia province Thursday, according to Reuters.
Iran has been arming Yemen's Shia Houthi fighters since 2009 according to a confidential UN report Friday.
UN chief Ban Ki-moon warned of dire consequences for humanitarian relief operations in Yemen due to fuel shortages.
Four Palestinian minors were arrested and interrogated by undercover Israeli police in occupied East Jerusalem this week.
The UN Human Rights Committee has accused Australia of violating the rights of an Iranian citizen by deporting him over undisclosed reasons.
The US has approved $474 million of funding for Israel to develop anti-tunneling technology against Hamas.
April 30, 2015
Daesh has claimed executing Yemeni soldiers in a video posted online Thursday, a monitor said.
More than 1,000 protesters arrived in the capital Thursday to demonstrate against the Israeli police.
Pakistani police have filed a murder case against Jonathan Banks for his alleged role in deaths caused by drone strikes.
Ahrar al-Sham in Syria seized a border crossing in southwest Syria near Israel on Thursday, a monitor said.
The rooms have helped Turkish authorities deport more than 300 suspected foreign fighters, the counterterrorism department said Thursday.
Thousands of Saudi leaders flowed through a palace in the Saudi capital Thursday to pledge support for the new crown prince.
The FBI assisted with a family's attempt to pay a ransom to extremists aimed at securing the release of an American held captive for nearly four years, a report said Wednesday.
Egypt has renewed calls on its citizens Thursday to avoid travel to Libya.
The health ministry launched a new campaign Thursday to address water sanitation in Lebanese schools.
Jordan's prime minister on Wednesday laid the foundation down for an electricity generation mega-project.
Iraq's prime minister has offered an amnesty for members of the security forces who fled Daesh, AFP has reported.
Syrian regime airstrikes targeting rebels in the northwest killed more than 20 civilians overnight, a monitor said Thursday.
A Pakistani court has sentenced 10 Taliban militants accused of plotting the attack on Malala Yousafzai to life in prison.
Nigeria's armed forces have rescued another group of women and children who were being held hostage by Boko Haram, an army spokesman has said.
Nusra Front militants reportedly killed six Hezbollah members during an ambush near the Syrian border with Lebanon Wednesday.
Libya has said that five detainees have claimed responsibility for killing five local television staff who were kidnapped last August.
A six-year-old Palestinian boy along with his brother, 12, were arrested in East Jerusalem by Israeli police for allegedly throwing stones.
Twelve people in Bahrain were handed down various sentences including one death penalty over their involvement in a car attack where a policeman was killed.
Former US President Jimmy Carter canceled a widely anticipated trip to Gaza, scheduled on Thursday, according to AP.
Under Secretary of State Wendy Sherman expresses concerns to Iran's potential Asian trading partners.
France and Lebanon have had a strong relationship but now, when it comes to weapon supplies, both nations are trying to tighten their grip on terrorism.
Kurds will deliver up to 625,000 barrels per day beginning in June.
April 29, 2015
Cartoonist Luz insists that "the terrorists did not win."
Hamas security forces break up demonstration calling for Hamas-Fatah cooperation
UK Chief of Staff promises continued assistance in meeting with Kurdish President Barzani.
Naval presence comes following Iran seized a Maersk cargo ship on Tuesday.
Rebels capture upscale neighborhood in Aden along coastal road.
Acquittals come two days ahead of expected Labor Day protests.
Authorities have removed the barge that spilled 500 tonnes of phosphate in the Nile last week.
UN peace keeping force states that Israel must withdraw from occupied village in South Lebanon.
Hadi's government prepares to join GCC.
Islamists convicted of burning church in 2013 following Morsi's ouster.
Iraqi Shia cleric warns US congress against recognizing Iraqi Sunnis and Kurds as separate countries
Muqtada al-Sadr says Iraqis will not accept "division of their country."
Tuesday's mortar attack on Israeli-occupied territory the work of Daesh, report says.
Lebanese Army makes several arrests of outlaws and militants in South Beirut.
Syria has accused Turkey of providing supporting fire and logistical help to enable “terrorist groups” to capture the Syrian city of Idlib and the strategic town of Jisr al-Shughur, state television said Tuesday.
Mohammed Deif, target of several Israeli assassination attempts, believed to be operating in Gaza Strip.