September 1, 2014
'Der Spiegel' reported that the US National Security Agency and Britain's GCHQ eavesdropping agency had carried out "wide-scale spying against Turkey."
Approximately two dozen police officers were arrested Monday for allegedly planning to overthrow the Turkish government.
A laptop formerly owned by Islamic State militants reveals the group's plans to develop and use chemical weapons including the bubonic plague.
According to Palestinian sources, Kerry cancelled his visit to the region due to lack of progress in talks; Palestinian delegation set to travel to Washington Tuesday to present new initiative to Kerry.
Hezbollah has allegedly captured three senior commanders from the Nusra Front to exchange for captive soldiers.
Jordan handed NATO secret security reports showing expansion of extremists in Iraq, ideas to counter group’s advance towards its territory.
Syrian army forces and rebels battle near border; both sides seek to control Quneitra border crossing; UN peacekeepers held captive by Islamists still missing.
A Libyan militia group says it has secured the abandoned U.S. embassy in Tripoli.
A US lawmaker has revealed that there are hundreds of Americans, who have links with ISIL militants and can return to the US with their American passports.
An explosion in Iraq's western city of Ramadi has killed at least 37 people.
Lebanese political and security figures are mulling the possibility of releasing certain Islamist detainees to secure the release of captured army troops and security personnel.
Muslim leaders have issued a fatwa condemning Islamic State militants.
August 31, 2014
Islamic State militants have abducted several dozen female Yazidis and sold them to fellow militants in Syria.
Iraqi forces have broken the siege on the town of Amerli where thousands of civilians have been trapped by Islamic State militants.
Israeli forces shot down a drone from Syria on Sunday.