May 22, 2014
Two people believed to be carrying explosives died in southern Cairo after detonating their bombs, according to a ministry source.
The Arab League are due to meet to discuss ongoing violence in Libya, according to Egypt's representative, Tarek Adel.
Lawmakers in Yemen have demanded the resignation of the country's government and are specifically asking the Prime Minister to step down.
The International Criminal Court has denied a request by Libya to try Saif al Islam Gaddafi in Libya.
Egyptian presidential hopeful Hamdeen Sabahi has said he does not fear ballot rigging in the upcoming election.
One Egyptian person was killed and six others were injured on Wednesday after a bomb attack struck a security vehicle in Egypt's restive Sinai peninsula, security sources reported.
May 21, 2014
Bahraini security forces have killed an anti-regime protester who had participated in a rally in the island of Sitra.
Maj. Gen. Khalifa Haftar, commander-in-chief of a breakaway military force, is increasingly dividing Libya's government forces and military.
A Chinese national was killed in Benghazi by gunmen and two people died in Tripoli as violent clashes took place.
155 Muslim Brotherhood supporters were sentenced to jail Wednesday by an Egyptian court.
Three militia leaders believed to be responsible for Tuesday's attack that left eight Lebanese soldiers wounded in Tripoli have handed themselves in.
Former president Hosni Mubarak and his two sons have been sentenced to jail on corruption charges.
Libya's election commission has proposed a June 25 election in an effort to stop recent violence.
A member of Bahrain's parliament has been fired for criticizing conditions at a detention center where citizens are held for protesting against the government.
May 20, 2014
An Egypt court ruled Tuesday that ouster former dictator Hosni Mubarak and his wife's names must be removed from all national and public facilities.