November 15, 2014
Fighting in a town in central Yemen has left at least 80 people dead over the last three days.
Egyptian armed forces killed 10 and arrested 54 "terrorists" in North Sinai.
The United States and Turkey have agreed to train Free Syrian Army rebels starting late December 2014.
Iraqi troops retook Iraq's largest oil refinery after a month long ISIL siege.
A U.S. State Department spokesman reaffirmed the U.S. stance to not send combat troops to Iraq or Syria.
Tell Mama, a charity that documents crimes and acts against Muslims, said recent events in the UK and internationally have resulted in a sharp increase in anti-Muslim hate crimes.
Four Palestinians were injured during a raid by armed Israeli settlers in a village north of Ramallah Friday.
November 14, 2014
The Special Tribunal handling the trial to prosecute bombers who killed former premier Rafik Hariri will allow prosecutors to show evidence of a deteriorating relationship between Syria President Bashar al-Assad and Hariri as the first stepping stone to demonstrate the possibility of Syria's role in the assassination.
The UN Commission of Inquiry on Syria released its first report on ISIL's crimes against humanity.
During a speech Sunday, Lebanon's interior minister Nouhad Machnouk suggested Syrian President Bashar al- Assad may be linked to the assassination of ex-Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.
Israeli authorities opened the al-Aqsa compound to men of all age groups in time for Friday prayer this week, hoping to quell mounting tensions in Jerusalem.
A bomb hit a Lebanese military vehicle Friday in the outskirts of Arsal's northeast region, according to a security source, wounding two soldiers.
A group of Palestinians is stuck on the Egyptian side of the Rafah border asked Egypt to reopen the crossing Thursday and allow them to pass back into the Gaza Strip.
According the AP sources in Syria, al-Qaeda's Syrian affiliate Nusra Front and ISIL have agreed to stop fighting one another after a meeting of each groups' top leaders near Aleppo last week.
November 13, 2014
Two separate car bombings were reported in the vicinities of the Egyptian and United Arab Emirates (UAE) embassies in the Libyan capital Tripoli, eyewitnesses said.