December 16, 2014
The European Union Foreign Affairs Council recommitted Monday to providing Syria with relief and recovery assistance.
December 15, 2014
Yemeni security forces have reportedly killed a key leader of a southern separatist movement in the port city of Aden, inciting tensions in the major city amid continuing pro-independence protests.
Forces loyal to Libya’s former army general, Khalifa Haftar, have sealed off the Ras Ajdir border crossing with Tunisia.
At least five people were killed and 13 others were wounded in three different attacks in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad on Monday, authorities said.
Australian police have stormed the Sydney cafe where hostages were being held by Iranian refugee Man Haron Monis.
The gunman who has taken around 15 hostages in a Sydney café has been named by police as Iranian refugee Man Haron Monis.
French authorities dismantled an alleged ISIL network following a series of raids across the country Monday.
Libyan officials recently announced the closure of two of the country's biggest oil terminals.
Three Israeli men were indicted Monday for a price-tag attack on an mixed Jewish-Arab school in Jerusalem. All three suspects are members of an extremist Jewish group, according to Shin Bet.
Egypt's foreign ministry Monday reissued a security warning to nationals in Libya after the death of two citizens during clashes.
A gunman holding three laborers hostage in Riyadh shot and killed a policeman Monday during an attempted rescue operation.
Five people escaped from a chocolate cafe in Sydney where they were being held by a potential jihadist gunman.
Chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat said a UN proposal to end Israeli occupation would be submitted Monday.
Government forces and various Syrian rebel groups clashed in the northern provinces of Aleppo and Idlib Sunday.
The European Union condemned Turkey's government for its clampdown on opposition media outlets following a series of raids in a television station.