March 30, 2014
Riot police stormed Azhar University Sunday to stop students who were protesting against Abdel Fattah al Sisi.
Lebanon's army released a statement this week vowing to "fight terrorism" as attacks continued in Tripoli and Arsal this weekend.
Refugees mainly from Sudan and Eritrea are taking to the streets to protest Israel's controversial refugee policies. Asylum seekers are often detained for prolonged periods of time by the Israeli government or deported back to their countries.
One solider was killed after militants attacked a bus in the Sinai Peninsula Sunday.
Israeli settlers attacked Palestinian homes in the West Bank city of Hebron Sunday on the anniversary of Land Day.
Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas has been "exerting all efforts" to negotiate with Israelis for the fourth and final prisoner release. Israel, on the other hand, says that the prisoner debate still may go on "for a number of days," according to Prime MInister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Two members of the Popular Resistance Committees were killed in an overnight ambush.
At least five people were killed in Sunni-majority areas in Iraq Sunday.
Abdel Fattah al Sisi has allegedly formed a new rapid intervention force that is capable of reaching all parts of Egypt.
The World Bank released a new report that says Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, Tunisia's former dictator, embezzled billions of dollars during his rule.
Israeli forces used tear gas against a demonstration in Jerusalem Saturday marking Land Day as Palestinians wait for the fourth and final group of prisoners to be released as part of the ongoing peace talks.
Local elections began in Turkey today. The results will have implications for the presidential elections in August.
A suicide attack at a military checkpoint on the outskirts of Arsal has killed three soldiers and wounded four others.
Fires at an unofficial fuel depository that is used for smuggling energy supplies out of Egypt left at least 10 people dead and dozens injured this weekend.
Hasan Nasrallah hinted in a recent speech that Hezbollah could boycott the National Dialogue because of fierce criticism from Lebanese President Michel Sleiman.