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A suspected Islamic State supporter attacked Indonesian Security Minister Wiranto and his security detail with a knife during an official event in Banten province on Oct. 10, Channel News Asia reported.
Exit polls in Tunisia's parliamentary election suggest that the Islamist Ennahda party will be in the strongest position, capturing a projected 17.5 percent of the vote and securing 40 of the overall 217 seats, Al Jazeera reported Oct. 7.
Early returns from the first round of Tunisia's presidential elections indicate that independent outsider Kais Saied secured 18.9 percent of the vote, followed by detained media magnate Nabil Karoui at 15.5 percent and Islamist Ennahda party candidate Abdelfattah Mourou at 12.9 percent, according to Tunisia's electoral authority.
The results of upcoming presidential and parliamentary elections, held amid chronic economic struggles and increasing political fracturing, will go a long way in determining whether its democracy has staying power.
The Aden-based Southern Transitional Council (STC) issued a statement on Aug. 7 during the funeral for STC leaders killed in a Houthi attack last week, calling on followers to attack the palace of President Abd Rabboh Mansour Hadi in Aden, Reuters reported.
The "Peace to Prosperity" workshop in Bahrain may have been less about Palestinian prosperity and more about drawing Arab, especially Gulf, countries into the Middle East peace process -- and into deeper normalization with Israel.
Islamist extremists exploded a car bomb outside a hotel in Somalia's southern port city of Kismayo and then took over the building for more than 14 hours, killing 26 people before security forces ended the siege, AP reported July 13.
Indonesia's constitutional court unanimously rejected candidate Prabowo Subianto's challenge of the results of the April presidential election, saying it has no sound legal basis, The Jakarta Post reported June 27.