July 7, 2013
A Bahraini policeman was killed in a bomb attack whilst on duty at the Sitra police station, six kilometres south of the capital Manama late on Saturday
Explosion hit the gas pipeline in Egypt's Sinai peninsula following an escalation in attacks on security checkpoints in Egypt's eastern region
Egypt's media advisor said Saturday that Mohamed El Baradei had not taken up the post of interim prime minister, despite a number of media reports that he had been chosen for the post
The Syrian National Coalition on Saturday elected Ahmad Assi Jarba as its president after a tight contest held in Istanbul
Egyptian activists circulated on Saturday an online video showing what appeared to be Islamist supporters of ousted president Mohammad Mursi throwing two young men off a building during clashes in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria.
July 6, 2013
With 200 thousand Yemeni migrant workers forced to leave Saudi Arabia, Yemen has asked the International Organisation for Migration for medical, sanitary and housing assistance.
Members of Syrian National Coalition to have new leader by end of Saturday.
An alliance of Islamist parties, including Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood, called for ongoing protests on Saturday, amidst reports of at least 30 killed in Friday's clashes.
American newspaper USA Today has reported that American Marines have moved to Italy to prepare for potential assistance in Egypt.
July 5, 2013
Shiite mosque target of a suicide bomb attack as sectarian violence continues to wreck Iraqi cities
Clashes between supporters and opponents of Egypt's ousted Islamist President Mohamed Morsi swept through Cairo and Alexandria on Friday, leaving at least 17 people dead and 210 injured
Egyptian security forces Friday opened fire on a crowd of supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi in Cairo, killing three men, officials said.
Twenty-one people were injured in Beheira's Damanhour when the city's residents clashed with supporters of former president Mohamed Morsi on Friday lunch time.
Prosecutor General resigned from his post Friday for fear of conflict of interest
Sheikh Ahmad al-Asir called on the Sunni community to “break the barrier of fear and fear only God,” urging them to protest “in a peaceful and civilized manner” after Friday prayers “in coordination with the Muslim clerics.”