August 15, 2013
Sunni militant group 'the Brigades of Aisha' have claimed responsibility for a car bomb in southern Beirut that targeted Hezbollah members.
A car bomb targeted a Hezbollah stronghold of Beirut on Thursday evening, killing 20 people and wounding over 100 more.
Hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood supporters and police members mourned those killed in Wednesday's crackdown on pro-Morsi camps across Cairo on Thursday afternoon.
The French, German and British governments on Thursday summoned the Egyptian ambassadors serving in their countries over Wednesday's crackdown pro-Morsi supporters.
Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi set fire to a government building in Giza on Thursday afternoon.
The 26 long-serving Palestinian prisoners who were released by Israel on Wednesday have serious limitations on their freedom, one of the prisoners said Thursday,
The streets of Cairo were calm on Thursday morning as its citizens attended to the many makeshift morgues set up across the city, announcing that the death toll from Wednesday's violence reached at least 464 people.
The Egyptian authorities have closed its Rafah border crossing with the Gaza Strip for an indefinite period of time following the mass unrest across the country.
At least 300 people were killed in Cairo on Wednesday as violence broke out after Egyptian security forces moved in to disperse thousands of supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi
The explosion close to Baghdad’s “Green Zone,” a highly-fortified area housing Western embassies including the U.S. mission to Iraq, was one of five that took place early on Thursday
Jordan has asked the United States to provide manned U.S. surveillance aircraft to help keep an eye on its border with Syria
Fighters from the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria clashed with members of the Free Syrian Army, driving them from the city of Raqqa Wednesday in a sign of a worsening feud among rebels.
The US is reportedly rethinking a planned joint military training exercise scheduled to be held with the Egyptian army following the bloodshed that followed a crackdown on pro-Morsi protest camps Wednesday.
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah said Wednesday that his group was responsible for the blast that injured four Israeli soliders as they entered Lebanese territory last week.
The Egyptian government has denied claims that it arrested several influential Muslim Brotherhood leaders following a police crackdown on pro-Morsi protesters.