August 21, 2014
Jordan urged the UN Security Council to adopt a resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire between Israel and Hamas.
Interpol is urging the international community to conduct a coordinated effort against the stream of foreign fighters joining extremists in the Middle East.
Hamas's deputy leader Musa Abu-Marzuq accused Israel of firing the first shot after the breakdown of a fragile ceasefire Tuesday.
The Palestine Liberation Organization on Wednesday condemned the Israeli order to exile Palestinian member of parliament Khalida Jarrar from her home in Ramallah, as further details emerged of deportation order she received in a pre-dawn raid earlier in the day.
A Romanian official says threats emanating from terrorism and extremism in the Middle East are a source of concern for the European Union (EU), of which his country is a member.
Hamas says three of their senior military leaders have been killed in recent Israeli air strikes.
Egypt's foreign ministry expresses 'deep regret' over resumption of fighting in the Gaza Strip and calls on both sides to build on past truce efforts
The British government will continue to provide Israel with arms despite earlier signs that it would halt weapons sales licenses amid the high Gaza death toll.
A number of jailed Egyptian activists decided to go on an open-ended hunger strike to protest their detention.
President Obama says US will continue to fight Islamic State, following murder of American journalist
Regime forces in Bahrain have launched a new crackdown on anti-government demonstrations in the Persian Gulf country.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has issued a new report, confirming Iran’s commitment to an interim nuclear deal it signed with six world powers last year.
Thousands of Yemen's Houthi Shias staged an anti-government protest in the country's capital, Sana'a, giving leaders until Friday to resign.
The United Nations Security Council has called on Israelis and Palestinians to resume negotiations to reach a deal on a long-term truce.
Hamas officials categorically denied Tel Aviv claims that the group's top military commander, Mohammed Deif, was killed by an Israeli air strike, where his wife and seven-month-old son died.