Two Italian hostages held in Libya since last July were freed.
French forces in Mali reportedly killed a Spanish al Qaeda commander.
Boko Haram is suffering the effects of a food crisis it created.
At least 50,000 people have been killed in South Sudan’s two year civil war.
The African Union plans to deploy monitors to Burundi.
The Democratic Republic of Congo agreed to extradite a Rwandan genocide suspect.
Three Save the Children aid workers were kidnapped in eastern DRC.
In the Central African Republic, rape victims and their “peacekeeper babies”struggle.
A new report argues that the US, and other top arms suppliers to Saudi Arabia, are failing to meet “their legal obligations under the UN Arms Treaty” by continuing to sell weapons to Saudi Arabia for use in Yemen.
Prime Minister Netanyahu called for the expulsion of the families of Palestinian attackers to Gaza.
With US help, Israel is preparing to launch one of the world’s most advanced missile defense systems.
Hamas executed one of their own commanders last month, after a strange twisting story that began with his admission that he diverted brigade funds to himself and then involved rumors of treachery and stories of his homosexuality.
The Gulf Cooperation Council listed Hezbollah as a terrorist organization. Increasing tension between the Iran-backed group and Saudi Arabia trapsLebanon.
The US delivered 8 Black Hawk helicopters to Jordan to aid them in the fight against the Islamic State.
A car bombing and rocket attack, blamed on the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK),killed 2 police officers and wounded 35 people in southeastern Turkey.
“It wasn’t a war at first, it was a revolution against the system.” Five years into their fight against dictatorship, Syrian rebels are exhausted.
A “cessation of hostilities,” began on February 27th in Syria. Violence damagedthe partial calm on the second day, and Israel alleges that Syria has used chemical weapons during the truce. One of the rebel groups says that Syrian forces aremobilizing to gain further ground during the ceasefire.