March 29, 2014
U.S. President Barack Obama and Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah met on Friday to discuss various Mideast policies.
March 27, 2014
As Israeli-Palestinian peace talks draw to a close, Palestinian leaders are voicing calls for Israel to free Barghouti.
The Turkish court's ruling comes as Erdogan's government blocked another popular site, YouTube, on Thursday.
Turkey bans YouTube after an audio recording leaked detailing potential Turkish involvement in Syria.
A Bahraini court gave 29 people prison sentences of up to 10 years for protesting against the government.
Kurdish officials said Thursday that the formation of a local government in the Kurdistan region will be announced soon, as they denied any differences in opinion between the region's President and Prime Minister-elect.
A Turkish court ordered the recent Twitter ban be halted, calling the ban illegal.
A Muslim Brotherhood official said that there can be no stability and security in Egypt if Abdel Fattah al-Sisi becomes president of the Middle East's most populous country.
March 26, 2014
Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi will be running for president of Egypt, it was announced Wednesday as he told the nation he had resigned from his post as Egypt's Defense Minister.
At least two students have been killed and several others injured in fresh clashes between Egypt’s security forces and student protesters at Cairo University.
After Monday's announcement of 529 death sentences handed out in Minya, Egypt's top prosecutor has referred 919 Morsi supporters to mass trial before the same court.
Security forces in North Sinai have arrested 21 suspected militants and destroyed eight tunnels connecting the border town of Rafah with the Palestinian Gaza Strip, the army reported Wednesday.
Egypt's defense minister is expected to announce his resignation Thursday.
Ousted Libyan Prime Minister has described his country as in "danger of becoming an Al Qaeda terror base," particularly in terms of attacks directed at EU countries.
The United States expressed opposition against Egypt's recent decision to sentence 529 Muslim Brotherhood members to the death sentence, describing the act as "unconscionable."