February 23, 2013
The Egyptian president announces the date of the parliamentary elections, set to begin in April and take the form of four separate stages.
February 22, 2013
The embattled president names his new prime minister as Ali Larayedh, the former interior minister for the Ennahda party.
The British foreign secretary, William Hague, has agreed to boost support for the Lebanese army and increase its humanitarian efforts for the refugees of neighboring Syria.
On the anniversary of the ousting of former dictator, Ali Abdullah Saleh, protestors clash with police in the South.
February 21, 2013
The rebel opposition look to be trying to smoke Assad out of his Damascus lair as a powerful explosion near Syria’s ruling party HQ kills at least 53 people onThursday, according to Syria's state news agency.
According to documents obtained by Asharq al-Awsat newspaper, the Libyan strongman was trying to recruit militants to carry out the attacks in the desert Kingdom.
The man accused of plotting to attack Israeli tourists in Cyprus says he is a member of the Lebanese militant group.
The ex-Soviet state and leading supporter of the Syrian regime offers to chair talks, alongside the Arab League, between the Opposition and President Assad's government.
The former leader of Israeli Liberal party, Kadima, Tzipi Livni, agrees to join the right-wing bloc in power.
The Free Syrian army issues an ultimatum to the militant Lebanese Shia group, or else they will begin attacking them in their home country of Lebanon.
February 20, 2013
Former Mubarak-era PM Ahmed Shafiq and his daughters have been referred to trial for embezzling public funds.
A session of the Bahraini parliament was suspended on Tuesday when a rowdy argument between MPs erupted over last week's political turmoil and protests.
Members of the Saudi Shura Council, including 30 women for the first time in history, were sworn in on Tuesday in the presence of King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz.
Unrest in Egypt continued in several governorates on Tuesday, as calls for civil disobedience escalated in canal governorates and spread to the governorate of Kafr El-Sheikh.
Tunisian Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali resigned on Tuesday a day after announcing the failure of his initiative to form a government of technocrats.