November 11, 2014
More than eleven Iraqis die and 38 others are injured in five bomb blasts in and around Iraq's capital Baghdad.
Nearly 50 students killed at Nigerian school teaching 'western curriculum' after suicide bomber in uniform enters assembly.
The United Nations refugee agency says the conflicts in Syria and Iraq have roughly displaced 13.6 million people, bemoaning poor humanitarian assistance on the part of some countries.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has accused the Gaza-based resistance movement, Hamas, of attempting “to destroy” efforts aimed at bringing about unity among Palestinians.
Hundreds of supporters of the Fatah movement gathered in al-Katiba square in Gaza City Tuesday despite the movement's decision to cancel the official festival commemorating the 10th anniversary of the death of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, locals said.
Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Salman Bin Abdulaziz left the Kingdom for Australia on Monday to represent Saudi Arabia at the G20 summit.
Iraqi army soldiers and volunteer forces have managed to free the central areas of the oil-rich city of Baiji in the northern Salahuddin Province from the ISIL militants.
A young Palestinian was shot dead by Israeli forces Tuesday during clashes in al-Arrub refugee camp north of Hebron, medics said.
Since September, Egyptian authorities have demoted over 200 senior teachers with alleged ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.
Kurdish forces fighting ISIL militants in the Syrian town of Kobani are reportedly making advances Tuesday.
Fresh clashes have erupted between Israeli forces and Palestinians in the occupied West Bank after settlers destroyed dozens of cars belonging to Palestinians.
Journalists and activists fear that if implemented, the law would end general coverage of the military, which wields major political and economic influence.
Yemeni rebels sparked clashes at Sanaa international airport Tuesday, leaving 4 people dead.
British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond reiterated UK's support for the syrian moderate opposition as they fight the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levent's (ISIL) extremism and Syrian president Bashar Al-Assadآ’s regime.
A government ultimatum for NGOs to register under a law they say will restrict their activities expired on Monday.