September 19, 2014
The Lebanese Army urged UNIFIL forces to look at Israeli wire tapping devices, installed along the Lebanese border, as a violation of Resolution 1701, the resolution that forged a peace agreement and ended the 2006 war between Lebanon and Israel.
A truce deal has been reached between Yemen's Houthi fighters and the army.
September 18, 2014
Syrian warplanes continued their week-long attack on rebel position near Damascus.
The Islamic State has released a new video featuring a captured British journalist.
IS militants have reportedly seized control of at least five more Kurdish villages in northern Syria.
The Libyan parliament has rejected the new cabinet of Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni.
French foreign minister said he would call the militant Islamic group the ‘Daesh cutthroats’
Hamas leader Moussa Abu Marzouq on Wednesday told Ma'an that indirect ceasefire negotiations between Palestinians and Israel will restart within the next week.
Fifteen people were detained following dawn raids at a number of properties in Sydney, Brisbane and Logan last night after intelligence discovered an alleged plan by the Islamic State to publicly execute a random person
A UN administered measles vaccination program was halted following the confirmed death of 15 Syrian children, although the number is believed to be much higher.
Islamic State militants pose no threat to the Kurdish capital of Erbil, according to a Peshmerga official.
The U.S. and France will speed up delivery of military aid to Lebanon amid the increasing tension in the border town of Arsal.
Soldiers of the Iraqi army have managed to push the ISIL Takfiri terrorists back from the Bouhayat region in the western province of Anbar.
Another Lebanese soldier was kidnapped close to the border town of Arsal by unknown gunmen in two pickup trucks, according to reports.
Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden has accused the United States of routinely passing private and unedited communications of American citizens to Israel.