September 11, 2014
The Turkish government said Thursday that it will not allow a U.S.-led coalition to use its air bases to launch attacks on Islamic State militants in Iraq.
Militants have killed five soldiers in Benghazi as fighting continues across multiple Libyan cities.
Yemen’s revolutionaries reject as baseless a government claim that the two sides have reached an agreement to end the political crisis in the country.
September 10, 2014
At least 14 women and children were killed and 13 others injured by an American air strike in Afghanistan's northeastern province of Kunar.
Libya's army, lead by rogue General Haftar, called on Islamist militias to disarm, ahead of a renewed assault on the eastern city of Benghazi.
Anti-government protests in Yemen continued Wednesday across the country a day after security forces opened fire on demonstrators.
The Turkish government has yet again made moves to censor the internet.
Saudi Arabia has called a conference on counter-terrorism Thursday in Jeddah.
Libya's parliament, escaping from the militant-occupied capital of Tripoli, has taken refuge abroad a Greek car ferry in Tobruk harbor.
September 9, 2014
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.
Two Yemeni Houthi members have allegedly been killed while trying to storm a government building in Sanaa Tuesday.
His Royal Highness Prince Hassan of Jordan met Pope Francis late last week and called for the establishment of a new worldwide humanitarian order.
September 8, 2014
Seven activists, sentenced in absentia to 15 years in prison, have started a hunger strike in the premises of a state-appointed rights watchdog.
Five women, of whom four Saudis and one Yemeni, are set to be tried by a specialized criminal court for terror-related activities.
Tunisia's Ennahda movement has decided not to take part in the country's upcoming presidential elections.