March 12, 2013
Having been arrested at a protest in Buraidah, the group were released without charge.
A shooting targeting a former member of Fatah al-Islam in Ain al-Hilweh leads to sporadic clashes between the Islamist organization and Fatah in the Palestinian refugee camp.
After a decade of appeals, the UK government is still not willing to give up and launches another attempt at deporting the radical cleric.
Despite officers being accused of using "excessive force" in both Mansoura and Port Said, the Muslim Brotherhood back police action.
Ehud Barak says that although the Jewish state faces "complicated challenges" they are still stronger than any other in the Middle East.
March 11, 2013
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall begin their trip to the Middle East amid questions of Saudi human rights abuses.
The attack close to the Kurdish Iraqi city of Kirkuk kills three and wounds around 100 people.
An al-Qaeda group claims responsibility for last week's killing of 48 Syrian soldiers and nine Iraqi guards in western Iraq.
The Ansaru group claimed to have killed all seven hostages, including British, Italian and Greek citizens on Saturday.
Six years after he first disappeared, Robert Levinson is still missing in the Persian state.
One of the organizers of an anti-government rally close to the capital has been shot and killed according to reports.
March 10, 2013
A blast in the south of the country injures a number of bystanders and damages several cars.
Iraqi authorities send security forces to break up demonstrators at the main rallying point for anti-government Sunni protests in Western Iraq.
Two human rights activists are jailed for setting up an illegal organization in the Kingdom and rebelling against the authority of the king.
Among the men kidnapped by a splinter group of Boko Haram were three Middle Easterners according to reports.