September 10, 2014
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry traveled to Baghdad Wednesday to hold talks with Iraq's new prime minister.
The Turkish government has yet again made moves to censor the internet.
Saudi Arabia has called a conference on counter-terrorism Thursday in Jeddah.
An IDF unit sent to arrest a Hamas member in Ramallah encountered violent disturbances when approximately 50 Palestinians hurled rocks, firebombs, and burning tires, the army said.
Egyptians held multiple protests across the country to voice their displeasure over Egypt's economy.
Libya's parliament, escaping from the militant-occupied capital of Tripoli, has taken refuge abroad a Greek car ferry in Tobruk harbor.
Idlib bombing kills 45 high-ranking militants in Syria
September 9, 2014
A Palestinian detainee died in an Israeli hospital on Tuesday, a Palestinian official said.
The Palestinian envoy to Egypt says Arab League (AL) member states have supported the Palestinian appeal to the United Nations (UN) to recognize Palestine as an independent state.
Saudis deny rumors that would allow direct flights from Israel for Haj
Abbas wants UN to replace US as leading negotiator in peace talks, aide says.
Israeli forces arrested four fishermen off the coast of Gaza Tuesday for allegedly being outside the "permitted fishing zone".
Iran's security forces allegedly arrested three people under suspicion of attempting to cross into Iraq to join the Islamic State.
Two Yemeni Houthi members have allegedly been killed while trying to storm a government building in Sanaa Tuesday.
Two Palestinian minors were arrested by Israeli forces while they were playing outside their house in the central West Bank.