June 2, 2013
Contradictory reports of Jordanian news websites being banned emerged from the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission on Sunday, with the Head of the Press and Publications Department Shawabkah denying such a step but several sites were inaccessible shortly after his announcement
Top court in Cairo rules Shura Council was illegally elected and will be dissolved once the new parliament is elected
Police have withdrawn from the Turkish capital Istanbul after a a peaceful protest over the removal of trees in the city turned violent on Friday with police forces firing tear gas at protestors and causing widespread outrage.
June 1, 2013
What started as a protest against the removal of trees in an Istanbul square turned violent on Friday, as riot police fired tear gas and people called for the government to resign.
May 30, 2013
Seven Bahraini policemen were injured in a bomb that went off just outside capital Manama on Thursday. 10 suspected terrorists behind the attacks have been arrested, according to the Interior Ministry.
A previous supporter of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi has come forward to say that there is "little difference" between the Muslim Brotherhood leader and former President Hosni Mubarak's rule of Egypt.
The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is set to meet on Sunday so that member states may discuss the possibilities of putting Lebanese Shi'ite movement Hezbollah on the list of terror organisations, in light of its involvement in the Syrian civil war.
Four Taliban militants, including the number two in command Waliur Rehman, have been killed by a reported US drone in North Waziristan, near the Afghani border.
May 29, 2013
A 65 year old French man who travelled to Dubai has died of the newly named nCoV SARS virus in a hospital in Lille.
President of Libyan General National Congress submitted his resignation on Tuesday after the law banning Gaddafi-era officials from senior public posts
The US is uneasy with the prospect of an Iranian presence at the peace conference, as they aim to keep the Islamic Republic isolated through wide ranging economic sanctions
Rights groups say the proposed legislation regulating rights groups is dangerously oppressive
May 28, 2013
Former lawmaker Musllam Al Barrak had received a five-year jail term for allegedly undermining the status of the Kuwaiti Emir
The number of refugees crossing into Jordan dropped drastically 9 days ago, after reports of an intense government offensive across southern Syria.
May 27, 2013
Lawyers for the defendants claimed they had been tortured after they were arrested during the 2011 protests