November 2, 2014
Allegations have emerged of British soldiers mistreating and killing 30 Iraqi civilians, which will be sent to the International Criminal Court for investigation.
The Arab League is due to hold a meeting Sunday to discuss the ongoing tensions in Jerusalem including Israeli "violations against the Al-Aqsa Mosque".
Former Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi is set to face trial on Monday, November 3rd on charges of inciting murder during his presidency.
November 1, 2014
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) said Saturday that it has documented the killings of around 5,772 people in Syria during clashes between regime forces and the opposition last month.
IS militants execute 85 people from the Sunni Albu Nimr tribe in Iraq's western province of Anbar.
Iraqi Kurdish forces who were delayed by Turkey finally arrived in Kobani.
An Egyptian court jailed eight men for three years over a video of what prosecutors claimed was of a gay wedding.
Boko Haram militants have denied any cease-fire deal with the Nigerian government, saying that the abducted girls have all been married off and would not return again.
A source involved in Qatari-led mediations said Islamist militants holding at least 27 Lebanese soldiers and policeman hostage has given an updated list of demands.
October 31, 2014
The US Navy Seal who reportedly fired the lethal shot to Osama Bin Laden is set to reveal his identity during a televised interview with Fox News in November.
Syrian Kurdish fighters said a group of ten peshmerga fighters trickled into Kobani after crossing the Turkish border Thursday to survey the area and prepare for the arrival of 150 additional fighters awaiting deployment to the besieged town,
Thousands took to the streets of the Gaza Strip Friday during a march of solidarity against Israeli actions in Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque compound.
Masked men attacked an Egyptian police station with Molotov cocktails Friday, following a violent trend that's rocked the country's government and police facilities with heightened aggression this year.
Amid an ever-transforming conflict, villages of al-Silmiya, in Hama's eastern countryside, watch warily
Tensions have surged at the al-Aqsa compound this week following the violent killing of a Palestinian and attempted killing of a Jewish activist that spurred the compound to close its doors for the first time since 1967.