October 8, 2014
Houthi rebels rejected President Hadi's Prime Minister nomination Tuesday.
Hezbollah claimed responsibility for planting a bomb near the south Lebanon border Tuesday.
At least 12 people have been killed and dozens injured in pro-Kurdish protests across Turkey.
Prince Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa, a frequent visitor to Britain, could face a fresh inquiry by Scotland Yard.
October 7, 2014
It is not clear if the alleged offences are linked to Britain or the ongoing conflict in Syria and Iraq.
The ground attacks in Kobani's streets are centered on the southern section of the city, and are regarded as less intense than Monday's effort to repel IS militants.
The development is likely to stoke fears that Libya’s ongoing fragmentation will make it a safe haven for militant groups.
Iran's intelligence ministry said it had seized explosives in a plot to attack one of its holy cities.
About 100 Kurds occupied part of the Dutch parliament building in protest over IS attacks. The protesters left peacefully after talking with lawmakers and police.
A car bomb has killed at least 17 people and injured 13 others in Iraq's Saladin Province.
Turkey's main Kurdish party has urged all Kurds to hold protest rallies across the country against IS militants and their attacks on Kobani.
Small-scale protests by Morsi supporters took place in Cairo and Alexandria.
IS militants have entered the Syrian Kurdish town of Kobani after weeks of intense fighting.
Saudi ArabianHealth Minister Adel Fakeih on Monday declared this year's Haj epidemic-free.
October 6, 2014
Two people died in an explosion in a nuclear facility near Tehran on Sunday.