Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi has been considering all options for the planned protests on June 30, that call for his resignation, in conjunction with the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces.
June 19, 2013
Egypt's top Muslim cleric Sheik Ahmed Al Tayeb has said that the anti-Morsi protests planned for June 30 are religiously acceptable, as long as they are peaceful.
The anti-Morsi campaign calling for early Egyptian presidential elections has got its targeted 15 million signatures, a campaign official announced on Wednesday.
In an interview with Al-Watan newspaper, former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak says that he could have remained in power if he wanted do and that he only quit office to save lives
A suicide bomber riding a motorbike detonated an explosive device in a crowded market in the town of Saada
A reduction in U.S. and Russian deployed nuclear weapons is set to be announced by President Barack Obama on Tuesday, a senior administration official said.
June 18, 2013
Following the appointment of a former high ranking Muslim Brotherhood official as a governor, clashes erupted outside the HQ of the Gharbiya governorate, injuring 15 people.
Two convicted rapists and killers were executed on Tuesday, just months after the country carried out its first execution in six years
World leaders are meeting in the UK in a bid to reach consensus on the Syrian conflict
The Turkish police carried out arrests across the country on Tuesday
Afghanistan's armed forces will be taking over the responsibility of national security from the US/NATO coalition immediately, Afghani President Hamid Karzai announced Tuesday,
June 17, 2013
Afghan Taliban are set to open an office in the Qatari capital on Tuesday
Saudi Arabia says four more people have died from a new respiratory virus related to SARS, bringing the total number of deaths to 32 in the kingdom at the center of the growing crisis.
Tensions escalated in Turkey on Monday as the interior minister said the nationwide union strike by demonstrators protesting against police violence was 'illegal.'
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi swore in 17 new provincial governors on Sunday evening. Seven of them are members of the Muslim brotherhood