June 6, 2014
Interim President Adly Mansour signed a set of legislative measurers as he prepared to leave office Thursday.
An American delegation will attend Egypt's presidential ceremony for Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi in Cairo, a U.S. diplomat confirmed.
June 5, 2014
A court official said Thursday that the election of Ahmed Maiteeq violated Libya's temporary constitution.
Yemen's military agreed on a ceasefire deal with the country's Shia Houthi fighters in Amran Wednesday, following deadly clashes between both sides.
Three staffers of the International Committee of the Red Cross were fired on near Libya's eastern city of Sirte.
Gunmen most likely affiliated with AQAP have killed 12 Yemeni soldiers and one civilian at a checkpoint on Thursday.
Turkish security forces used tear gas and water cannons to stop demonstrations by supporters of the Kurdistan Workers' Party.
June 4, 2014
Thousands of angry Yemenis took to the streets of Sana'a to protest against the government's attack on Shia Houthi fighters.
Al-Wefaq has voiced concern over the safety and well-being of Bahraini prisoners who have reportedly gone on hunger strike.
King Abdullah welcomed the victory of Abdel Fatah al-Sisi's presidential campaign and urged for a meeting in the Kingdom to raise funds for Egypt's new government.
General Haftar survived a suicide bombing that killed three of his men.
Abdullah al-Thinni, Libya's outgoing prime minister, expressed his readiness to hand over power.
Yemeni warplanes bombed the northern city of Amran Tuesday.
Saudi Arabia has dismissed a Deputy Health Minister following the discovery of 113 unrecorded MERS cases, making the country´s death toll jump to 282.
June 3, 2014
Bahrain has sentenced 21 anti-regime protesters to 15 years in jail and acquitted police and soldiers involved in its ongoing harsh crackdown against dissidence.