The highest number of Daesh recruits in the US were arrested in New York and Minnesota. (AFP/File)
December 02, 2015 - 08:00 GMT
The recent crackdown represents the largest number of terrorism-related arrests in a single year since the deadly 9/11 attacks in 2001.
Iraqis gather around smoke rising from a building following a double car bomb explosion southeast of Baghdad on March 18, 2014. (AFP/File)
December 02, 2015 - 07:47 GMT
Gunmen opened fire at the car of Mohammed Khalil al-Juburi, a local politician, and his wife. His wife sustained injuries while al-Juburi was killed on the spot.
A still from the Daesh-released video in Palmyra. (AFP/File)
December 02, 2015 - 07:00 GMT
The victims were suspected of either cooperating with the Syrian military or serving in its ranks.
Israeli security forces take aim during clashes with Palestinian protesters following a demonstration against Israeli occupation, in the Palestinian town of al-Bireh on the outskirts of Ramallah in the West Bank, on November 29, 2015. (AFP/Abbas Momani)
December 02, 2015 - 06:30 GMT
According to witnesses, three youths were shot and injured by Israeli soldiers in Tel Rumeida.
More than 6,700 Palestinian prisoners are currently held in Israeli jails, according to prisoners' rights group Addameer. (AFP/File)
December 02, 2015 - 06:00 GMT
One prisoner suffering from bowel cancer nearly died from surgery due to "medical negligence."
An Iraqi boy is seen through the broken window of a minibus targeted by a roadside bomb that killed two civilians and injured another 13 in Baghdad. (AFP/Ahmad al-Rubaye)
December 02, 2015 - 05:30 GMT
888 Iraqis were killed, more than half of whom were civilians, and 1,237 others wounded across the war-stricken country in November.
Defense Intelligence Agency Director Lieutenant General Michael Flynn. (AFP/File)
December 02, 2015 - 05:00 GMT
One of America's highest ranking military intelligence official, Michael Flynn, told German media that the Iraq war was a "huge error",
Lebanon's capital, Beirut, is decorated in celebration for the return of 16 servicemen. (AFP/Joseph Eid)
December 01, 2015 - 19:30 GMT
As Lebanon celebrates the return of sixteen servicemen held captive by al-Nusra Front, nine more are still held by Daesh.
Train operations have been suspended since the blast. (AFP/File)
December 01, 2015 - 19:15 GMT
Latest reports suggest the blast was caused by a power transformer; however, the mayor of the district, has reportedly told Turkish television it was a pipe bomb.
British Prime Minister David Cameron walks out of 10 Downing street in London on December 1, 2015. (AFP/Leon Neal)
December 01, 2015 - 19:00 GMT
The proposal highlights "military action, specifically airstrikes, exclusively against ISIL [Daesh] in Syria" but prohibits British ground troops.
Jordanian police standing guard at a border crossing near Syria. (AFP/File)
December 01, 2015 - 18:30 GMT
Gunmen attacked the policemen while they were on patrol in Irbid, near the southwestern Syrian city of Daraa', causing the driver to lose control of the vehicle. The policemen later died after succumbing to their injuries.
Yemeni Prime Minister and Vice President Khaled Bahah. (AFP/File)
December 01, 2015 - 18:00 GMT
Yemeni Prime Minister and Vice President, Khaled Bahah, rejected the embattled President's announcement to replace multiple cabinet members.
An armed Turkish police officer stands guard outside the offices of Cumhuriyet. (AFP/File)
December 01, 2015 - 17:30 GMT
Cumhuriyet newspaper published photos purportedly showing Turkish intelligence trucks delivering weapons to Syria. Several journalists and high-ranking police officials have since been charged with terrorism and espionage.
A Turkish special force police officer is pictured during clashes with attackers on August 10, 2015 at the Sultanbeyli district in Istanbul. (AFP/File)
December 01, 2015 - 17:00 GMT
An explosion injured one person at an intersection in Bayrampasa district on the European side of Istanbul.
Journalist Ismail Alexandrani. (twitter)
December 01, 2015 - 16:30 GMT
Egyptian officials arrested journalist and Sinai expert Ismail Alexandrani after over 18 hours of interrogation.
A Tunisian guard patrols near the National Bardo Museum in Tunis, after a string of Daesh-related attacks. (AFP/Fethi Belaid)
December 01, 2015 - 16:00 GMT
Tunisia is beginning to lift the restrictions of the capital city of Tunis, though the country remains in a 30-day state of emergency.