November 28, 2012
According to Al Arabiya TV, the Saudi, alongside his bodyguard, was killed in Sanaa today.
According to online reports, the water pipe running in to the Saudi capital has exploded, causing mass flooding.
According to diagrams obtained by the Associated Press, Iran is drawing up diagrams for a nuclear weapon with three-times the force of those used in World War 2.
The British government says it will back Palestine if they agree not to pursue claims of Israeli war crimes.
Video footage posted on YouTube appears to show rebels using the missiles to shoot down a Syrian army helicopter.
Al Qaeda in Iraq appear to be behind a string of deadly attacks across the cities of Iraq on Tuesday.
November 27, 2012
The mass rally takes shape in Egypt's capital after Morsi fails to back down on new powers.
The Israeli former foreign minister marks her return to politics, campaigning on a platform of Palestinian peace negotiations.
A mass rally is planned for later this evening as anti-government demonstrators in Egypt gear up for potential clashes.
After seemingly back tracking on his edict, the Egyptian president reiterates that the new powers will come into effect.
The remains of the late Palestinian president are due to be pulled out of his tomb in Ramallah today, to begin an investigation into how he died.
November 26, 2012
The conference has begun in Doha with 191 countries participating in the last chance to find a replacement for the Kyoto Protocol.
The minister behind the most recent incursions into Gaza submits his resignation to join the Israeli opposition party.
Syrian rebels have captured a helicopter base just outside the capital in a major victory against the government regime.
The Egyptian president says the new powers are not permanent and that he is trying to find "common ground" with those who disagree with him.