June 25, 2014
Saudi Arabia's ambassador to Lebanon, Ali Awad Asiri, attempted to reassure Saudi tourists amid safety concerns after a recent wave of bombings in Beirut.
Explosions across several metro stations in Cairo have put the city on high alert after three people were left injured.
The Iraqi cabinet has decided to withhold the salaries of government employees until the current conflict ends.
The number of people kidnapped by Boko Haram extremists in Nigeria has topped 400 after a further 91 people including young children were abducted by the group in weekend attacks.
A city council chief in Kirkuk was shot dead by ISIL militants Tuesday.
At least 250 Palestinian children are in jail as a result of Israelis ongoing raids in the West Bank for the missing Israeli teens.
June 24, 2014
The Pentagon reported Tuesday that the first teams of U.S. military advisers have been deployed to Iraq.
At least five people were killed Tuesday in a rebel attack on a regime stronghold in Syria's capital, and over a dozen were wounded in a Homs' car bombing attack.
Turkey is in the process of evacuating hundreds of its citizens from Libya.
The ISIS-controlled Al Qaim Syria-Iraq border was bombed Tuesday, but it is not yet clear who is behind the attack.
Tel Aviv has allegedly "scaled back" its search efforts for the three missing Israeli teens in fear of a Palestinian uprising,
Lebanese Interior Minister Nouhad Machnouk said Tuesday that security concerns will persist in Lebanon as long as Lebanese are involved in Syria.
Over 1,000 people have been killed in Iraq in less than three weeks as extremist militants launched an offensive nationwide.
The Gaza Strip's final remaining power plant is due to shut down on Tuesday after the last shipment of fuel donated from Qatar ran out.
Egypt's new President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi announced Tuesday that he will donate half of his monthly salary and half of his wealth to support the Egyptian economy.