November 22, 2014
Tunisia prepares for presidential elections scheduled for Sunday by announcing plans to mobilize security forces for polling stations and vital government buildings.
Polls opened in Bahrain on Saturday for the first time since 2011, amid a boycott by the opposition.
Al-Shabab militants hijacked a bus in northern Kenya and killed 28 passengers who were non-Muslim.
The Turkish Prime Minister announced Turkey's intention to help the Kurdish fighters in the growing fight against ISIL.
This is the first time that the Tunisian-Libyan border will be closed for this long since the toppling of the previous regime.
November 21, 2014
Mohamed Ali Bishr is accused of "spying for foreign states."
The five journalists were convicted of threatening Egypt's national security by allegedly producing "fabricated" news stories and footage with a view to tarnishing Egypt's image abroad.
Jordan Muslim Brotherhood leader Zaki Bani Rushaid was detained late Thursday, Reuters reported.
The Saudi Ministry of Health raised the total number of MERS cases in the kingdom since September 2012 to 808.
November 20, 2014
US General John Allen discussed strategies with Turkish officials to combat ISIL militants in Syria and Iraq Wednesday.
Jordan is going to launch a regional initiative to curb terrorists’ increasing use of telecommunications and media technologies.
November 19, 2014
Pro-government forces and militants in Libya's restive city of Benghazi have agreed on a 12-hour humanitarian ceasefire, the UN mission in Libya says.
The Islamic State has seized control of the coastal city of Derna on Libya's Mediterranean coast.
US President Barack Obama ordered a review of the country's hostage negotiation policy following the beheading of American aid worker Peter Kassig.
November 17, 2014
An unnamed woman, the last American citizen held hostage by the ISIL terrorist group, might be the next victim of the Takfiris’ unmerciful murders, according to a report.