April 10, 2014
The Egyptian government is adopting measures to expand control over mosques.
At least two Saudi soldiers were killed by unidentified gunmen on the Yemeni border.
Kuwait expects "positive steps" to be implemented to end the Gulf rift between Qatar and other GCC countries.
Anti-Morsi actors in Egypt are accusing the Muslim Brotherhood of trying to "infiltrate" the upcoming parliamentary elections.
Bahrainis continue to hold anti-government protests across the country, despite a heavy government crackdown.
A UN report shows that in 2013, 99.3 percent of Egyptian women experienced some form of sexual harassment.
April 9, 2014
The men were sentenced for wearing women's clothing and organizing sex parties.
An Egyptian appeal court ruled Wednesday that the original judges hearing two cases on former president Mohammed Morsi are not allowed to be replaced in future hearings.
Inter-tribal clashes in Egypt's Aswan has now left 26 dead as of Tuesday and an additional 56 injured.
April 8, 2014
Four Yemeni soldiers have been killed in a militant attack on a special forces’ checkpoint in southeastern part of the country, a security official says.
Renewed clashes between Algeria's Arabs and Berbers in the country's south left at least 35 people wounded Monday.
April 7, 2014
An Egyptian court has upheld prison sentences for three political activists and ruled Monday that each would be fined 50,000 Egyptian pounds.
YouTube has asked Turkey's Constitutional Court to lift a ban on the video sharing website.
The Bani Helal and Daboudiya clans in southern Egypt have agreed to a three-day truce.
Fourteen people were arrested Monday for Friday's tribal clashes in Egypt's Aswan that left 25 dead.