June 25, 2014
Two suicide bombers blew themselves up at a Beirut hotel Wednesday.
Damascus may have conducted airstrike attacks in western Iraq this week say U.S. officials.
Jordan's senior military leadership told reporters Wednesday that Amman is ready to defend the country against "any agression" in response to growing fears related to the country's shared border with Iraq.
A mere 13 percent of Libya's voters went to the polls Wednesday morning to participate in the country's parliament elections.
A major air base in Iraq was attacked on Wednesday by Sunni insurgents. Four militants were also killed in the clashes with Iraqi forces in Yathrib, according to witnesses.
At least 13 people were killed in clashes in Yemen Wednesday.
Three small bombs targeting metro stations in Cairo left at least five people injured Wednesday.
Iraq's Prime Minister Nuri Al Maliki ruled out the need for an emergency government despite growing violence in the country.
Al-Nusra Front in Syria has pledged allegiance to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.
Three Iranian border guards were killed on the western border with Iraq by unknown gunmen.
Raids by Israeli forces continued in the West Bank as Hamas leaders and Palestinian lawmakers were arrested in Bethlehem overnight.
The UN denounced a recent car bomb attack in Lebanon's capital Beirut, which left one dead and several others injured.
Iraq’s Grand Mufti Rafi Al-Rifa’i called developments in Iraq a "popular revolution" and blamed the country's prime minister, Nuri Al-Maliki, for destroying the country.
Two Palestinian navy officers were injured during overnight air strikes across Gaza, according to an official on Wednesday.
Lebanon's Hezbollah are ready to intervene in Iraq against ISIS militants, the group said during a rally on Monday.