April 7, 2013
Anonymous hacking collective had promised to erase Israel from the internet this weekend
Police fired tear gas canisters in Cairo, at hundreds of protesters gathered there to mark the anniversary of a general strike that occurred in Mahalla in 2008.
April 6, 2013
After the resignation of Prime Minister Najib Mikati, popular politician Tamam Salam is appointed to form the new government.
According to Iraqi officials speaking to AP news agency, the bomber killed twenty bystanders in northeastern Iraq.
As the final day of talks in Kazakhstan comes round, world powers have few hopes of striking a deal with the Persian nation.
The White House has announced a series of meetings scheduled between the president and his regional counterparts to discuss the ongoing Syria crisis.
April 5, 2013
Salafi protestors take to the streets of the capital to stir up fears over Egypt becoming a Shia state.
Following allegations that the Muslim Brotherhood concocted the famous food poisoning incident in the Islamic center of learning, protests break out in the Egyptian capital.
The second meeting begins in Almaty, Kazakhstan with high hopes but low expectations.
The UN agency decides to suspend its activities following protests that saw angry demonstrators break in to one of their compounds.
April 4, 2013
According to Syrian state media, Jordan is liable to fall into the "volcanic crater" of the Syrian conflict if it continues to support the opposition.
An investigation has now begun into the exact cause of fire, which many think happened under suspicious circumstances.
Tamam Salam is on his way to speak to Saad Hariri over who will be nominated as next candidate to lead the Lebanese government.
The attacks, on Thursday, did not cause any casualties but are liable to raise tensions in the region.
Both teens were shot dead by Israeli soldiers at the military checkpoint outside the city of Tulkarem.