October 27, 2014
The secular Call of Tunisia party has taken the lead in Tunisia's elections.
Renewed clashes in Benghazi have left 30 dead.
October 26, 2014
Ansarullah fighters in Yemen have managed to drive out al-Qaeda-linked militants from one of their strongholds in the strategic province of al-Bayda.
At least 17 Libyans were injured Sunday in renewed clashes near the capital.
King Abdullah on Saturday offered his condolences to Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi following two terrorist attacks in the Sinai Peninsula.
After a lively electoral campaign riddled with political money and fierce debate, the birthplace nation of the Arab Spring opened polling station doors Sunday for fresh parliamentary elections.
October 25, 2014
Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdistan Region has decided to send reinforcement troops to the Syrian city of Kobani next week to aid Kurds fighting against the IS militants.
Travellers entering Jordan from Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea will be monitored and undergo necessary checkups at the airport, according to the Ministry of Health.
October 24, 2014
Four New York City Police Department officers were assaulted at a bus station in the Queens borough of New York City by a man with a hatchet.
Yemen’s presidential authority is “frustrated by the actions of the Houthis, due to their refusal to abide by the agreements that have been made in terms of their ongoing operations and occupation of various Yemeni provinces.”
October 23, 2014
IS footage about the disturbing education of boys within their territories recently surfaced.
Tunisian police exchanged gunfire with a group of armed men near the capital Thursday.
Billionaire Saudi businessman Alwaleed bin Talal has admitted to the kingdom’s support for the IS terrorists who fight against the Iraqi and Syrian governments.
Saudi Arabia's Minister of Defense, Prince Salman, said the military would continue to protect Islam's holiest sites from potential attacks.
Renewed clashes in Benghazi have killed at least 11 people.