July 31, 2013
Caretaker Defense Minister Fayez Ghosn is expected on Wednesday to issue a decision to extend the mandate of Army chief Gen. Jean Qahwaji for two years after the parliament failed to take such a move.
Al-Gamaa Al-Islamiya reportedly said that Mursi would refuse the offer of a “safe exit” by EU’s Catherine Ashton, when the pair met in an undisclosed location late on Monday
Ashton was on a two-day trip in Egypt trying to broker a deal between rival parties.
July 30, 2013
The Palestinian Liberation Organisation has rejected the revival of the Palestinian-Israeli peace talks that are currently occurring in Washington DC.
Tunisia’s Prime Minister Ali Laarayedh has spoken out against claims that the Islamist led cabinet may resign.
European Union envoy Catherine Ashton met with ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi on Monday and discussed means to end the violence currently sweeping Egypt.
The increasing burdens caused by the soaring number of Syrian refugees fleeing the conflict in their country to Lebanon prompted the Lebanese state to prepare for a conference in cooperation with the U.N. refugees agency
The Free Saudi Liberals website claimed to be an online forum for public discussions.
At least 15 people died after clashes erupted on the streets of Cairo on Monday night, according to Egyptian officials.
The soldiers were found with their throats cut, and had been stripped of their weapons and uniforms after an armed group ambushed them
The Egyptian Prime Minister Hazem El-Beblawi has said he does not know if government security forces opened fire on Morsi supporters in Cairo this weekend.
US President Barack Obama said Monday that the continual transfer of weapons to Lebanese Shiite militant group Hezbollah is constituting a threat to the US.
Hamas official Ahmad Youssef revealed to the press that his movement has been conducting meetings with Hezbollah and Iran to repair their relationship.
In a defiant press conference, Larayedh promised to finish the constitution by October and hold elections on Dec. 17.
The delegations from Palestine and Israel that are currently in the US for peace talks have agreed to continue the peace negotiations for at least nine months, US officials announced on Monday.