November 27, 2014
One Briton and five Afghans die as suicide bomber driving car packed with explosives crashes into their SUV
Israeli forces fired a tank shell at eastern Gaza on Thursday after shots hit an army vehicle patrolling the border area, Israel's army said.
Lebanese security forces arrested three Syrians for allegedly supporting ISIL in the northern region of Akkar Thursday.
Israeli authorities revoked residency rights of the Jerusalem synagogue attacker's widow, drawing widespread condemnation from human rights groups.
US State Department spokeswoman Jean Psaki slammed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's air strikes in Raqqa, which left dozens of civilians dead.
Lebanon has finalized a $3 billion arms deal, funded by Saudi Arabia following consultations between representatives.
Bashar al-Assad's army reportedly made gains against ISIL militants in the northwestern province of Aleppo Wednesday.
A British court handed down jail terms for two brothers who trained and joined a militant group against the Bashar al-Assad regime in Syria.
Hamas leader Moussa Abu Marzouq on Wednesday said that the mandate of the Palestinian government of national unity between the PLO and Hamas will expire on Dec. 2.
November 26, 2014
The Gaza Ministry of Agriculture on Wednesday announced that it will stop importing Israeli fruit to the besieged enclave after Israeli authorities prevented vegetables from Gaza from entering the West Bank at the Kerem Shalom crossing.
At least three Egyptian police officers have been killed in an armed attack in the volatile Sinai Peninsula of the North African country.
Terror group says it will expand its rule over Islam's holy places in Saudi Arabia, as well as Jerusalem and Rome.
An Afghan woman has killed at least 25 Taliban militants in revenge for the killing of her son, who was shot dead before her eyes in western Farah province, local media report.
Americans are discouraged from "all travel to Lebanon” because of "the frequency of terrorist bombing attacks throughout the country,” according to a new warning issued by the United States Department of State on Monday. The warning echoed a similar notification released last August.
EU foreign affairs chief says stalled talks demand a 'sense of urgency,' as the bloc readies to vote on recognizing 'Palestine.'