August 1, 2014
Local source reports ISIS has ordered gendered classrooms in universities in Mosul, declaring morning and early afternoon hours for female students, and afternoon and evening hours for male.
After a 72-hour ceasefire disintegrates hours after starting, Hamas and Israel disagree on which side breached first. While Israel says Hamas killed two soldiers and abducted another after the ceasefire began, Hamas claims both incidents occurred while sides were still fighting.
In an attempt to prevent the possible spread of the rising Ebola virus into Lebanon, the country's Labor Ministry said work permits from Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia will be halted, and symptom examinations will be conducted at the Beirut airport upon passenger arrival.
Lebanese authorities have arrested a woman with an explosive belt in Al-Ayrounieh, Lebanon, and continue to investigate six suspected members of ISIS and Nusra Front.
Amid a crumbling ceasefire, Israeli soldier goes missing during an IDF mission to destroy tunnel pathways from Gaza to Israel.
At least ten people were killed in multiple bombings around Baghdad Friday.
The Egyptian Foreign Ministry has invited Palestinian authorities and Israeli authorities to Cairo for truce talks.
Israeli tanks opened fire in Gaza after a 72-hour truce began early Friday.
Egypt received 104 wounded Palestinians through Rafah Thursday. The injured will be treated in Egyptian hospitals.
Nearly 50 fighters have died in the ongoing battle.
Hard-line Islamist militias claimed to have taken control of Libya's second largest city.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon issued a joint statement late Thursday announcing the three-day ceasefire.
Senior UN officials have told the Security Council that the situation in Gaza is extreme and immediate action must be taken to put an end to the humanitarian catastrophe.
July 31, 2014
The Palestinian Embassy in Beirut has asked Lebanese citizens to raise the Palestinian flag in a sign of solidarity with Gaza.
Egypt's Minister of Interior Mohamed Ibrahim has approved the latest reshuffle inside his ministry.