July 13, 2013
A senior member of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood
The Egyptian military plans to get tough on Islamist militants in Sinai
Hamas tells UK paper The Guardian it enjoys low-level communication with most European countries
July 12, 2013
The Free Syrian Army’s Supreme Military Council will meet on Friday following the killing of a rebel FSA official, Mohammed Kamal al-Hamami.
The next generation of MB members have created a counter movement calling for peace and a commitment to the group's founding principles, such as "moderation, balance and forgiveness"
The Kurdistan Worker’s Party (PKK), a nationalist group that has been waging war on Ankara for the past 29 years, named hardliner Cemil Bayik as the group’s new leader
Speaker Nabih Berri has snapped back at the March 14 alliance without naming it, saying the new government would not be formed without Hizbullah's participation in it
July 11, 2013
Palestinian militants fired a rocket into southern Israel on Thursday, with no reports of casualties or damages
The US State Department dubs the rule of Mohamed Morsi 'undemocratic'; new interim Egyptian government lauds apparent US policy shift
A Saudi princess was arrested on Wednesday and charged with human trafficking in the United States, after a domestic worker managed to flee and report abuse to the police
At least 14 people were killed when gunmen overran an army checkpoint and shot at security officials as they were breaking their fast on the first day of Ramadan
Hardline Islamist rebels in Syria are facing a backlash from moderate groups and the Syrian population amid increasing reports of power abuses
Syria has invited two United Nations officials to visit the country to discuss the alleged use of chemical weapons in the ongoing conflict
The Libyan government has regained control of its interior ministry from an armed group that had taken over the building for a week, an official said Wednesday
Gunmen open fire on military commanders in Sinai, Egypt.