November 4, 2014
Unidentified gunmen have attacked a gathering of Shia Muslims and killed five mourners commemorating Ashura in Saudi Arabia.
The US State Department announced late Monday that it held an Inaugural Plenary Meeting with 35 Washington-based ambassadors from partner countries to counter ISIL.
ISIL fighters in Syria report that they have captured a second gas field in Syria.
All the entrances to the predominately Shia southern suburbs of Beirut were closed at midnight Monday to help prevent militant attacks against worshippers observing Ashura Tuesday.
The UK has hit more Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant targets through airstrikes in Iraq.
After 281 days on hunger strike, American-Egyptian journalist Mohamed Sultan fell into a sugar coma Sunday.
November 3, 2014
A 37-year-old Jordanian went on trial Monday for an alleged plot to blow up the Australian Embassy in Amman.
ISIL threats in Iraq are on the rise as Shiite pilgrims flock to the shine city of Karbala for Ashura.
On the heels of rising tension at al-Aqsa compound, the Israeli government has reportedly approved the construction of some 500 new settlement homes in east Jerusalem, according to a local NGO.
Canada carried out air raids across Fallujah and the west of Baghdad as part of the US-led coalition against ISIL militants.
Militants from the Shia Houthi group took control of the Jabal Ras area in the western Yemeni province of Al-Hudaydah on Monday.
The long-running dispute centers around whether Jerusalem-born U.S. citizens can have 'Israel' added to their passports.
Hermel municipality has imposed a 24-hour curfew on Syrians ahead of Tuesday's Ashura processions.
An Israeli court in Haifa jailed a 23-year-old man for 22 months after he joined ISIL in Syria, then came back to Israel after regretting his decision.
The Israeli cabinet has approved a motion that allows a jail sentence of up to 20 years for the Palestinians who throw stones or other objects at Israelis and their vehicles.