Muslim Youth Group Declares 'Jihad Against ISIS'
March 31 2015 9:04 AM EDT
The group plans to use social media to spread "the true and peaceful image of Islam," according to its website.
ISIS Executes At Least 30 People, Including Children, In Syria: Report
March 31 2015 7:31 AM EDT
The latest executions come after the extremist group released a video on Sunday, showing its militants beheading eight men.
Massive Power Outage Hits Over 40 Cities In Turkey
March 31 2015 7:16 AM EDT
Officials said they cannot yet rule out the possibility of a cyberattack or a terror strike.
How Al Qaeda Aims To Lead The Syrian Revolution
March 31 2015 7:07 AM EDT
The Syrian branch of al Qaeda is gaining the upper hand on the ground by making friends and influencing people.
Deadlock Persists In Iran Nuclear Talks
March 31 2015 5:59 AM EDT
Iranian and P5+1 negotiators gathered in the Swiss city of Lausanne on Tuesday to achieve a breakthrough in the final round of talks.
Canada To Join US In Anti-ISIS Airstrikes In Syria
March 31 2015 5:16 AM EDT
Following Monday's vote, Canada will become only the second NATO country, after the U.S., to conduct airstrikes in Syria.
US Backs Joint Arab Military Force
March 31 2015 2:17 AM EDT
The military force is expected to consist of up to 40,000 highly trained troops to counter security threats in the Middle East.
No Evacuation Plan For Americans Stranded In Yemen
March 30 2015 3:23 PM EDT
China, India, Pakistan and Somalia have sent ships and planes to evacuate their citizens stranded in Yemen. But not the U.S.
Airstrikes Hit Refugee Camp In Yemen
March 30 2015 11:52 AM EDT
At least 45 people were killed at al-Mazrak, on the fifth day of the Saudi-led air attacks against the Houthi rebels.
Egyptian Church Commemorating ISIS Coptic Victims Attacked
March 30 2015 11:25 AM EDT
Plans to build a church commemorating the Coptic victims of the Islamic State group are sparking sectarian tensions.
ISIS Raises Flag Near Turkish Border
March 30 2015 9:08 AM EDT
The Islamic State group's black flag was seen flying atop a hill in a Syrian village, less than a quarter-mile from the border.
Sticking Points Remain In Iran Nuclear Talks
March 30 2015 8:19 AM EDT
With just one day left before the deadline on a deal over Iran’s nuclear program, Iran is backing away from a key provision in the deal.
Iran Claims US Killed 2 Of Its Soldiers In Drone Strike
March 30 2015 7:45 AM EDT
The drone strike allegation comes as the deadline nears for a deal on Iran's nuclear program.
Saudi Arabia Could Launch Ground Troops In Yemen
March 30 2015 7:24 AM EDT
After pounding Houthi rebels in Yemen from the air, the Saudi Arabia-led coalition is expected to take the fight to the ground.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Guilty In Bribery Case
March 30 2015 6:43 AM EDT
Ehud Olmert, who is also facing a six-year prison sentence in a different bribery case, is scheduled to be sentenced on May 5.
Arab League Announces Military Force
March 30 2015 1:47 AM EDT
The force is likely to consist of 40,000 highly trained troops, and would be supported by fighter jets, naval vessels and mobile armor.
Oil Prices Fall As Iran, World Powers Seek Nuclear Deal
March 30 2015 12:52 AM EDT
A Singapore-based brokerage firm expects oil prices to fall further in the second quarter.
Further Crises Cannot Be Ruled Out
March 29 2015 11:15 PM EDT
Leaders of six world powers and Iran met again Monday to reach a nuclear deal ahead of a self-imposed deadline.
US Airstrikes Have Made ISIS Stronger: Assad
March 29 2015 10:48 PM EDT
Syrian President Bashar Assad says he will not discuss leaving office with anyone, that it's an issue solely of concern to the Syrian people.
Shooting Blind Into Tikrit
March 29 2015 1:49 PM EDT
The soldiers on the front line in Tikrit have no idea where ISIS, their enemy, actually is.