July 10, 2013
‘Vote merchants’ set up special fund to oversee ‘smooth operations’
Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood said on Wednesday it will reject an offer to join a new interim government, a week after the country’s elected President Mohamed Mursi was ousted by the army
Gulf financial assistance is flowing to Egypt after Morsi's ouster.
As many as 22 Al Jazeera employees have quit since the overthrow of Mohammad Morsi, amid concern over the channel’s alleged bias towards the Muslim Brotherhood and its coverage of Egypt.
The Saudi government has beefed up security in Makkah to protect millions of pilgrims from different parts of the world coming to perform Umrah and attend prayers at the Grand Mosque during Ramadan.
Former Prime Minister Saad Hariri blamed Israel Tuesday for the “terrorist explosion” that rocked Beirut’s southern suburbs and accused the country of trying to provoke Sunni-Shiite strife in Lebanon.
July 9, 2013
Official: 54 killed in Republican Guard clashes
Prosecutor-general Abdel Maguid Mahmoud officially resigns
Former Finance Minister Hazem el-Beblawi is named Prime Minister, with Mohamed ElBaradei as Vice President
The new head of the Syrian opposition has backed UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon's call for a Ramadan truce
Egypt's Tamarrod campaign which launched the campaign that resulted in Mohamed Morsi being ousted from office have branded the country's interim charter as 'dictatorial.'
A diplomat and Taliban official say Tuesday the Afghan Taliban are closing their Qatar office at least temporarily to protest demands they remove a sign that identified the movement as the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan
Haaretz reported that the Israeli government asked the United States to keep military aid to Egypt flowing.
Two days of violence in Iraq killed 31 people, police and doctors said Monday, the latest in a wave of unrest in which more than 190 people have died in just eight days.
Several people were killed and at least 50 injured as a car bomb rocked Beirut's southern suburns on Tuesday