July 3, 2013
Security advisor says a military coup is underway in Egypt and he expects bloodshed
Thousands pack Cairo streets as the Egyptian President clings on to power with army deadline expired
The Interior Ministry in the Libyan capital Tripoli was closed on Wednesday after gunmen launched an assault on the building late Tuesday
Leaders of the Lebanese Christian community urge citizens to accept security forces
A series of bomb attacks and shootings targeting Shiite-dominated areas have left more than 100 people dead and at least 280 wounded on the first two days of July
The Egyptian military said it was prepared to sacrifice blood to protect the Egyptian people in a statement titled 'The Final Hours'
The announcement comes on the last day of the original three-month amnesty period
From his prison cell, ousted Egyptian strongman Hosni Mubarak says that Muhammad Morsi should follow in his footsteps by stepping down to save lives
The opposition-aligned Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the dead in Tuesday’s shelling in Kfar Batna included two women and a child.
Fifty-six people were sentenced to 10 years in jail, eight people were sentenced in absentia to 15 years and five were handed a prison sentence between three to seven years
The ‘Tamarod’ or Rebel movement on Wednesday dismissed a televised address made by Morsi earlier in the day, in which he made claims to legitimacy.
July 2, 2013
The Egyptian military is ready to deploy in cities across Egypt to prevent clashes between rival political factions
US Secretary of State John Kerry said Washington and Moscow are making progress on an international peace conference but it is unlikely to take place until September
The spokesmen's resignations are the latest in a number of high profile political defections in the wake of the massive protests that started on June 30.
A Palestinian teenager was shot and then run over during an Israeli army operation in the West Bank village of Dura, near Hebron