October 29, 2014
Islamic State militants freed 25 Kurdish school children Wednesday.
IS militants have executed at least 46 members of a tribe fighting against the terrorist group in Iraq's Anbar Province.
A Syrian army helicopter allegedly dropped two barrel bombs on a displaced persons camp in Idlib Wednesday.
The UN Security Council is due to hold an emergency meeting on Wednesday over current tensions between Israelis and Palestinians.
Shiite Houthi militants managed on Wednesday to seize control of the central Yemeni city of Radmah following fierce clashes with local armed tribesmen.
Egyptian police have arrested 34 students following clashes at the country’s universities.
More than 250 Jordanian Jihadi Salafists who joined movements in Syria fighting against the regime of President Bashar Assad have been killed since early 2011.
Iraqi fighter jets targeting Islamic State positions in Mosul killed a large number of militants, according to Fars News Agency.
Amnesty International condemned a decision by Bahrain's government to deport ten dissidents whose citizenships were revoked in 2012 without a trial.
The Islamic State attacked an oil and gas field Wednesday, killing at least 30 of the Syrian regime's forces, according to a London-based human rights group.
Jordan has requested an urgent meeting with the UN Security Council over Israeli plans to build settlement units in Jerusalem and ongoing violence at the Al Aqsa Mosque.
US officials issued strong security warnings for American schools in the Middle East against potential terrorist attacks after an extremist website threatened to target Western educational facilities.
A Lebanese military official said that as many as 500 Islamist militants had taken part in the four-day battle against Lebanese security and military forces.
Jordan's foreign minister said that until a political solution to the Syrian crisis is reached, there is an urgent need for a bigger international response to support host countries, especially Jordan.
The Kurdish regional government in Iraq has sent its forces to fight alongside the Kurdish groups in Kobani under a special arrangement with Turkey.