January 22, 2015
Malak al-Khatib, age 14, was sentenced by Israeli courts to two months in jail and a $1,523 fine for allegedly throwing rocks and possessing a knife.
Suicide bomb in Taji killed nine and injured 14 in the Taji area of Iraq.
The Syrian government reportedly dropped barrel bombs in Homs killing 13, including two children.
Kurdish troops and Iraq's military launched joint attacks on Daesh in Mosul with the support of US-led coalition strikes in the area.
Japan's government made last attempts to free two hostages being held by Daesh militants in Syria as the three-day ultimatum given by the group entered day two.
Former Iranian Vice President Mohammad Reza Rahimi was convicted of unspecified crimes in connection with a money laundering and embezzlement scheme.
Syria's opposition interim government received $6 million from the US government for implementing development and relief projects in areas liberated by the "moderate Syrian opposition".
Egyptian authorities released 45 Palestinians from Gaza for attempting to travel by sea to Europe without any travel documents.
Yemeni President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi reached a peace agreement with Houthi militants according to a senior official from the group Thursday.
The condition of Herzl Biton, the driver of the bus which was attacked by a Palestinian man, improved after he underwent surgery.
US Secretary of State John Kerry said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was welcome "any time" to give a speech in America, despite the White House expressing displeasure at the invitation being expressed to the premier, hours earlier.
Iran redraws borders in the Middle east following an Israeli helicopter attack on Golan Heights, which Tehran claimed was an effort to disrupt US-Iran negotiations.
Israeli towns were gripped in a state of panic over the possibility of a reprisal attack following an airstrike last week, which killed six Hezbollah fighters.
Pakistani security forces arrested an ISIL militant and two accomplices in the city of Lahore. According to a senior security official, the Syrian man was setting up terrorist networks in the country.
Israeli forces destroyed a third Palestinian building within two days in the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Shufat.