December 2, 2012
According to Western intelligence officials, there have been worrying movements at the chemical weapons storage facilities in Syria.
Thousands of Morsi's supporters surrounded the entrance to the Supreme Constitutional Court on Sunday to stop the country's judges from dissolving the assembly that passed his latest constitution.
Syrian rebels release photos of equipment from two months previously that allegedly got them online despite the blackout.
President Ahmadinejad moves his political favorite to another position of power, despite criticism from conservatives.
The US and the UK have condemned the Israeli government's decision to build 3,000 new units in illegal settlements in the West Bank.
The minority sect won 15 seats in polls that, the opposition say, only 26.7 per cent of people voted in.
December 1, 2012
Supporters of Egypt’s President Mohammed Morsi are staging a rally in Cairo today. The supporters have called their march the “March for Legitimacy and Sharia.”
Kuwaitis are heading to the polls today after weeks of protests over electoral reform, as opposition activists urge a boycott over a new electoral law.
November 30, 2012
A report unveils clues to a new secret design for an underground construction project for Israeli armed forces, near Tel Aviv, courtesy of US sponsorship.
The Palestinian delegation to the UN under Mahmoud Abbas have been granted a non-member statehood. Abbas hailed this victory 'historic' and celebrated finally earning Palestine a 'birth certificate' from the UN.
November 29, 2012
The war torn country falls into internet darkness while the government launches an unprecedented offensive in the east of the capital.
Local elections kick off in Algeria, a country that has not felt the same effects of the Arab Spring as its neighbors.
Ehud Barak, the politician behind the most recent invasion of Gaza, will be awarded the US department of defense's highest award.
The document includes articles involving the state in the private life of Egyptian families.
The Egyptian president tells Time magazine that he's been "suffering, personally" and just wants to steer Egypt on the path of freedom and democracy.