November 25, 2014
Saudi Arabia says it has arrested 77 people in connection with a terrorist attack that killed eight Shia Muslims earlier this month, stating that the attack is believed to have been ordered by the ISIL groups.
A 45-year-old man was stabbed in Jerusalem by assailants believed to be Palestinian amid increasing tensions since a synagogue was attacked last week.
Troops loyal to Libya’s globally-recognized government have taken control of the strategic western town of Kekla after over 40 days of clashes with militias there.
Human Rights Watch criticized the Jordanian government for deporting vulnerable Syrian refugees back across the border.
US Senator Rand Paul called for the American Congress' formal declaration of war against ISIL.
November 24, 2014
Syrian refugees staged their sixth day of a hunger strike in Athens, Greece over the observation of their rights as refugees.
Ten people have been killed, and 30 others were wounded in a bomb explosion in Baghdad.
A former British soldier claims to have joined Kurdish Peshmerga forces in fighting against Islamic State militants.
Israeli forces have arrested at least eleven Palestinians in overnight operations on a number of Palestinian houses across the West Bank.
Palestinian Authority Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki has announced that a draft resolution calling for a United Nations Security vote on Palestinian statehood will be tabled.
Amid mounting criticism, increasing international volatility and a lame-duck Democratic majority in the Senate, the White House is set to announce the resignation of U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel.
Negotiators in the Iranian nuclear talks are working on an agreement to extend the talks an additional seven months, a Western diplomat reports.
Kenya says its troops also destroyed the camp from which the attack was planned.
Kurdish fighters continue to make advances against ISIL in Kobani.
A Palestinian man was injured after being attacked by three Israelis in East Jerusalem following weeks of violence in the city.