March 31, 2013
Bassem Youssef arrived at the prosecutor-general's office sporting a comically oversized replica of a hat worn by Egypt President Mohamed Morsi
Egypt’s Suez Canal Authority says inspectors did not find arms in a Tanzanian-flagged ship carrying an Iranian cargo destined for Syria.
The head of Egypt's Shura Council Human Rights Committee, condemned Human Rights Watch’s criticism of a draft law on demonstrations, saying they “hindered” the right to peaceful assembly.
March 30, 2013
Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour and his 18-man cabinet are sworn in in front of King Abdullah.
Following the visit by the U.S. Secretary of State, the troubled Shia-led nation promises to keep tighter controls on its airspace.
Turkish authorities say they hit upon a warehouse full of arms on their way over the border to Syria.
March 29, 2013
Four demonstrators are arrested and dozens more injured as protests continue outside Egypt's Interior Ministry.
The Shia worshippers of Baghdad and Kirkuk are the targets of the latest attacks, leaving at least 15 dead.
A spokesman for the Syrian opposition says that a number of Iranian commanders were in the plane carrying weapons from Iran to Damascus.
While state media denied the attack, activists reported that a plane was destroyed as it was landing at Damascus airport.
March 28, 2013
After facing trial for treating anti-government protestors, 21 medics have their sentenced overturned by Bahrain's appeal court.
Mortar bombs landed in a Damascus University cafeteria.
Jordan's Prime Minister-designate, Abdullah Ensour, has said that should one million Syrian refugees seek safety in his country, the situation would be "catastrophic"
After months of planning, the embassy opens one day after the rebel coalition are given their own seat at the Arab League for the first time.
Sunni vice president, Tareq al-Hashemi, says despite the protests, Iraq doesn't need to start from scratch.