April 5, 2013
Following allegations that the Muslim Brotherhood concocted the famous food poisoning incident in the Islamic center of learning, protests break out in the Egyptian capital.
The second meeting begins in Almaty, Kazakhstan with high hopes but low expectations.
The UN agency decides to suspend its activities following protests that saw angry demonstrators break in to one of their compounds.
April 4, 2013
According to Syrian state media, Jordan is liable to fall into the "volcanic crater" of the Syrian conflict if it continues to support the opposition.
An investigation has now begun into the exact cause of fire, which many think happened under suspicious circumstances.
Tamam Salam is on his way to speak to Saad Hariri over who will be nominated as next candidate to lead the Lebanese government.
The attacks, on Thursday, did not cause any casualties but are liable to raise tensions in the region.
Both teens were shot dead by Israeli soldiers at the military checkpoint outside the city of Tulkarem.
Speaking to Al Arabiya, Sheikh Ahmed Karima says never before has the seat of Islamic learning been insulted as it is today.
April 3, 2013
Jordan's Prime Minister will declare a "disaster zone" it the country's northern region as the numbers of Syrian refugees continues to grow and concerns over a wide-scale flow of Syrian's in case of a major flare up in violence.
The President of Al-Azhar University, Osama El-Abd, was sacked on Wednesday as hundreds of students recover from food poisoning
The U.S. secretary of state is set for Turkey next on his regional tour to discuss the war just across the border.
Witnesses in the Lebanese town reported seeing a Syrian plane fire missiles
Gunmen ambushed a convoy of Syrian trucks early on Wednesday, opening fire and wounding at least one person
Israel launches air attack on Gaza for the first time since last November's 8 day war