December 8, 2014
Israeli intelligence officers and settlers in Jerusalem stormed the Al Aqsa compound Monday, according to a mosque official.
Syria's Foreign Ministry called on the UN to impose sanctions against Israel Sunday after Tel Aviv bombed two sites in Damascus.
Israel tightened security along the border with Lebanon over fears of clashes after the Jewish state bombed Syria a day earlier.
Four Muslim Brotherhood members were sentenced to death for killing protesters who stormed the blacklisted group's headquarters last year.
Six Guantanamo Bay detainees were transferred to Uruguay after being held by US authorities in Cuba for over 12 years.
The Syrian army repelled an attack by ISIL militants on a key military airport in Deir al-Zor, a London-based human rights organization said.
The UN warned of dangerous consequences if urgent humanitarian assistance wasn't provided to over 180,000 Syrian refugees.
Secretary of state says fight against terror opening up new possibilities, urges two-state solution, defends nuclear talks with Iran.
December 7, 2014
The Tunisian electoral commission has announced that polling stations will be open to voters in the country’s presidential runoff election later this month.
Jordan's King Abdullah, in an interview on CBS' "This Morning" that aired Friday, described the fight against Islamic State as akin to a third world war.
Syrian state TV says two targets hit 'by Israeli enemy' in government-held province near capital.
US officials defend the failed rescue operation in Yemen that left two hostages dead.
Saudi Arabia has detained 135 people whom it has accused of planning to carry out terrorist activities and destabilizing the country’s security, the Saudi Interior Ministry says.
An Egyptian court has sentenced four members of the Muslim Brotherhood to death as part of the government’s intensifying crackdown on supporters of ousted president, Mohamed Morsi.
The British embassy in Cairo suspended public services on Sunday for security reasons. The embassy cites risks of terrorism in particular.