April 3, 2014
Al Qaeda-linked attacks in Yemen's southern city of Aden left at least 20 people dead according to new death toll information Wednesday night.
Egypt's Prime Minister called for an emergency meeting Tuesday following three bombings at Cairo University this week.
April 2, 2014
A Turkish court ruled Wednesday that the ban on Twitter is a violation of individual rights.
The National Organization for Drone Victims is a new organization in Yemen that aims to criminalize the use of U.S. drone strikes in Yemen.
Two explosions at Cairo University were reported Wednesday morning. At least two people have died and five more have been injured, according to state television reports.
At least six people were killed Wednesday in Yemen's southern city of Aden after suspected Al Qaeda-linked militants attacked an army headquarters.
Eastern rebels in Libya have agreed to end their blockade of the country's major oil exports within days.
Bahrain's main opposition is calling for massive demonstrations ahead of Manama's world class event, the Formula One Gran Prix, which is sure to put the Gulf country in the global spotlight for both the good--and the bad.
April 1, 2014
Clashes in Yemen left at least four dead Tuesday.
A top UAE official called Qatar its "eighth emirate," in a move that is likely to escalate already heightened Gulf tensions between Doha and its neighbors.
Iran dismissed Yemen leadership's commentary earlier this week that Tehran needs to stop "interfering" in domestic Yemeni affairs.
Egyptian police reportedly clashed with university students Tuesday at Cairo's Ein Shams University as well as in three other cities.
The International Labor Organization says Qatar must stop the mistreatment of migrant workers.
Azhar University in Cairo has expelled 25 students for partaking in anti-government protests.
The Anti-Coup Alliance recently announced that it will not partake in the upcoming presidential election.