July 27, 2013
Protesters attack the offices of the Muslim Brotherhood in Libya, as demonstrators take to streets to denounce recent political assassinations.
Britain's Guardian newspaper says more than 130 people have been slain in Egypt.
Kuwaitis headed to the polls Saturday for the country's parliamentary elections.
Crowds gather for funeral procession of assassinated opposition leader Mohamed Brahmi, calling for Tunisia's Islamist-led government to be overthrown.
The move to continue protesting defies the Egyptian army’s deadline which gives the Muslim Brotherhood until Saturday afternoon to sign up to the country’s military-backed process.
The agreement comes after two U.N. envoys visited Damascus on Tuesday and Wednesday, holding talks with Syria’s deputy prime minister and foreign minister
“MERS coronavirus appears to be more deadly, with 60 percent of patients with co-existing chronic illnesses dying, compared with the one-percent toll of SARS,” said Ziad Memish, Saudi deputy minister for public health.
“We will not accept the loans proposal and increase the burden of the public debt on citizens,” Abou Faour said.
Egyptian authorities will bring “to an end soon and in a legal manner” sit-in protests by supporters of ousted President Mohammad Mursi
July 26, 2013
Tens of thousanda of demonstrators have gathered in Cairo both in support of and against the decision to oust former President Morsi.
2 people killed and 19 others wounded in Egyptian demonstrations.
Several thousand supporters of Ennahda government demonstrate in streets.
UN Human rights chief Navi Pillay "alarmed" at Israeli plans to move up to 40,000 Bedouin from the Negev region.
Tunisia's Interior Minister said Friday that Opposition Leader Mohamed al-Brahimi was killed with the same gun as politician Chokri Belaid six months ago.
Hamas authorities in the Gaza Strip have shut down the local offices of Al Arabiya TV and Maan Palestinian News agency.