June 29, 2013
As clashes between pro and anti-Morsi demonstrators intensify, the U.S. State Department warns travelers from entering the country.
June 28, 2013
Islamists plan to rally outside of Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque to show support for the president before the opposition's planned June 30 protests.
The protests sparked during a funeral for a man killed by police
Sanctions on Iraq, which were imposed after the dictator invaded Kuwait in the 1990s, have been reduced.
June 27, 2013
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Thursday that 'anyone with a heart' could understand Western moves to increase military backing to Syrian rebels
A suicide bomb killed at least four people in a Christian area of Damascus on Thursday, Syrian state television reported
The Lebanese army will investigate the unit that allegedly beat a detainee who worked with the extremist Sheikh Ahmad Assir, after a video of the incident was posted on YouTube Thursday
Despite a boycott by the opposition, candidates have begun registering for Kuwait’s second parliamentary election in eight months.
US Secretary of State John Kerry will meet with key players in the Israel-Palestine peace process on Thursday, as he tries to re-launch the stalled peace process
Rival militias clashed in the Libyan capital overnight
The head of Dubai Police believes unrest in the Arab world is making life tougher for police forces in their fight to wipe out drugs.
As the Syrian death toll climbs to 100,000, the U.N. sends a team of chemical experts to Turkey to investigate claims of chemical weapons usage in Syria
Tribesmen in the Yemeni province of Marib have launched an attack on an oil pipeline, disrupting the flow of oil
Turkey said on Wednesday it had asked Twitter to set up a representative office inside the country, which could give it a tighter rein over the micro-blogging site it has accused of helping stir weeks of anti-government protests.
Three Egyptians, two Arab-Israelis and four Israeli military intelligence officials have been put on trial over charges of spying for Israel.