May 20, 2014
Kuwait's top ruler will visit Iran for the first time at the end of this month, representing the latest sign that relations between Tehran and its Arab neighbors truly are thawing.
Egypt suspended travel to Libya as of Tuesday due to the ongoing unrest and chaos in its neighboring country.
Presidential candidate Abdel Fattah Al Sisi is ahead in the country's election poll, according to expatriate votes.
Approximately 25 people have been killed in Yemen during clashes between Yemeni security forces and Houthi fighters.
Ex-army general Khalifa Haftar vowed to fight radical groups in Libya and launched "Operation Dignity" in an attempt to tacking the country's growing militias.
Militants in Egypt's restive Sinai Peninsula have once again bombed a gas pipeline.
Tunisia has formed a commission to investigate abuses inflicted upon the people by former dictator Zine el Abidine Ben Ali.
U.S. officials are considering closing the American embassy in Libya a day after violence broke out Sunday in the capital city of Tripoli.
Three soldiers were killed and nine others were injured early on Tuesday morning in a driveby shooting that took place in Nasr City, east Cairo.
May 19, 2014
Saudi Arabia has suspended all diplomatic work in Libya due to recent violence.
Multiple people were injured when a bomb detonated at Ain Shams University in eastern Cairo.
The European Union on Monday expressed "deep concern" over recent developments in Libya after armed groups launched attacks on Tripoli's parliamnet and an eastern airbase.
The army chief has ordered Libya's Islamist militias to come to Tripoli in response to gunmen storming the parliament on Sunday.
At least two Egyptian policemen were killed in Minya this weekend, according to the Interior Ministry.
A Cairo court acquitted 169 people who are loyal to former president Morsi on Monday.