December 24, 2014
Daesh crucified at least ten people in Syria, amid continuation of crimes against humanity in the areas under their control.
December 23, 2014
Bassem Youssef and his company Q-Soft were fined millions of dollars by The Cairo Regional Center for International Commercial Arbitration for poking fun at Egypt's military leaders.
Protesters dressed as Santa Claus promoted peace, freedom, and justice as they marched towards the Israeli checkpoint.
Monitoring group reviewed civilian deaths over the past three months due to US-led air strikes.
Palestine's president insisted UN Security Council draft resolution must pass or else he will cut ties with Israel.
Sheikh Naim Qassem prioritized the need for discretion in negotiating the release of Lebanese servicemen held by jihadists.
Sources claim Daesh converted churches into torture chambers and sold stolen holy artifacts on the black market.
The UN is due to vote on a draft resolution to finalize the Palestine-Israel peace deal by the end of the year, PA official Saeb Erekat said Tuesday.
Thousands joined protests organized by the Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West (Pegida) this Monday in Dresden.
Hundreds of Libyan civilians caught up in fighting between armed groups and government forces were killed since late August, the UN said.
Hundreds of cultural heritage sites were damaged by ongoing conflict in Syria from looting, explosions and violence, according to a UN report.
Security forces in Egypt increased security in north Sinai after militants attacked a gas pipeline, which provides gas to Jordan Tuesday.
A Shia Houthi fighter was killed after five bomb blasts rocked the Yemeni capital of Sanaa Tuesday, according to reports.
US-led forces launched a series of airstrikes in Iraq and Syria, hitting Daesh targets, the American military said.
Israeli authorities issued five demolition orders for Palestinian homes in East Jerusalem including one built in 1938.