More than 60 people were killed and over 200 others wounded in a wave of bombings attacks across Iraq on Saturday, mostly in the capital Baghdad, according to latest data given by officials and local media.
Up to five al-Qaida militants were killed Saturday evening when US drone strikes hit their vehicles in Yemen's southern province of Lahj.
At least 40 people were killed and 250 others wounded in a wave of violent attacks across Iraq on Saturday, mostly in the capital Baghdad, police said.
Two Turkish pilots were kidnapped on a bus in Lebanon's capital of Beirut early Friday, according to a security source.
The Israelis and Palestinians will start their second and third rounds of peace talks after they resumed the talks in Washington late July.
Syrian authorities have taken the rare step of denying media reports of an attack on President Bashar al-Assad's motorcade as he travelled to a mosque to mark a Muslim holiday.
US Justice Department has filed sealed criminal charges against one or several Libyan militants in connection with an attack on the US diplomatic post in Benghazi.
The chances for a negotiated end to Egypt's political crisis looked to have hit the rocks with the army-installed government reportedly ready to declare that foreign mediation efforts had failed.
Yemeni gunmen shot down a military helicopter in Yemen's central province of Marib on Tuesday, local police officials said.
Yemen's higher security committee has offered a reward of $25,000 for those who give information leading to the arrest of 25 most wanted al-Qaida members.
The United States told its citizens in Yemen on Tuesday to leave the country immediately because of what is said was the continued potential for terrorist attacks.
When arriving in Pakistan, foreigners may be amazed to learn that young women - such as Gulnaz Malik - serve at security checkpoints in a country where women's lives remain largely mysterious to outsiders.