January 21, 2015
Airstrikes carried out by the Syrian government Tuesday killed at least 39 people including many civilians in the north of the country.
Kuwaiti authorities closed down the al-Watan newspaper, which was critical of the government and defied a gag order.
Hundreds gathered in south Lebanon Tuesday where three funerals were held for fallen Hezbollah fighters.
In Iraq, the UN reported executions of female civilians is on the rise, and women who are educated are especially vulnerable.
January 20, 2015
A spokeswoman described the move as "the completion of a coup."
A senior Shia activist in Bahrain has been given six months in jail for tweets insulting the Manama regime, a judicial court source said Tuesday.
An unnamed Israeli security source said the Iranian Revolutionary Guard general, who was killed in an Israeli strike on a Hezbollah post in Syria, was not an intended target.
In the first confirmed clash between Western forces and Daesh militants, Canadian special forces say they exchanged fire with insurgents in Iraq last week.
Lebanon's military court charged 28 for the recent twin suicide bombing in Tripoli, Lebanon.
As thousands of Hezbollah supporters call for revenge in Beirut, Hezbollah has so far remained silent on retaliation plans for an Israeli strike on an Israeli air strike on a Hezbollah convoy in Syria's Qunaitra Sunday.
Houthi militants surrounded the prime minister's residency in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, after ongoing clashes with the army.
The collaborative "resistant society" aimed to prevent Israel from normalizing relations with locals, following Israeli airstrikes earlier this week which killed numerous Hezbollah members and Iranians.
Israeli security forces boosted deployment of the Iron Dome defense system in preparation for a potential Hezbollah attack following an airstrike on the Golan Heights, which killed at least six Hezbollah fighters.
Unknown assailant blew up the car of a Hamas administrative and financial manager.
The raids targeted the country's "parallel structure", a group of Turkish bureaucrats and senior officials allegedly working to undermine the Turkish government.