July 26, 2013
Egyptian state media reported that the deposed president is accused of killing prisoners and officers in 2011.
Tunisia's largest trade union has called a general strike Friday, a day after an opposition politician was assassinated.
The caretaker state minister said he had told EU official he believed that the decision to blacklist Hezbollah would give Israel license to target Lebanon.
The army vowed to shoot violent protestors.
July 25, 2013
Thousands demonstrate in Tunis following assassination of Opposition Leader Mohamed Brahmi.
A bomb explosion in the Syrian capital has left at least seven people dead.
Negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians will resume Tuesday in Washington with US Secretary of State John Kerry in attendance.
Syria's National Coalition will meet in Turkey early next month in order to try and plan for provisional government.
Angelina Eichhorst, EU Ambassador to Lebanon, has said the decision to target Hezbollah demonstrates zero tolerance for acts of terror on European soil.
Syria has criticized the US for its decision to fund Syrian rebels, whilst calling for an international peace conference to end the Syrian conflict.
Mohamed Al Brahmi of Tunisia's Democratic Patriots' Movement was shot dead outside his house Thursday.
A delegation from President Bashar Al-Assad has arrived in Pyongyang on the anniversary of the Korean War ceasefire.
Syria's National Coalition praises Barack Obama's decision to fund and arm rebels fighting the Syrian government.
Both sides have leveled accusations that their opponents have used some of Syria's chemical weapons cache in the lengthy conflict.
Prominent Egyptian cleric Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi’s Sunni organization told Egyptians not to respond to Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s call for pro-military demonstrations, reported AFP.