March 16, 2014
Libya rebels said Saturday that they are ready to negotiate with Tripoli over ending six-month blockade if Tripoli agrees to end its discussion over plans for a military offensive.
March 15, 2014
Approximately 100 Algerians gathered to protest President Bouteflika in a rare demonstration. Protests are usually violently dispersed by security forces.
Houthi rebels gathered in the town of Omran to protest the central government Friday.
Gunmen attacked a security checkpoint in Cairo Saturday, killing at least five policemen.
March 14, 2014
At a recent Gulf Cooperation Council meeting, Saudi Arabia demanded Qatar to shut down several organizations, including Al-Jazeera
March 13, 2014
One officer died and three others were injured in a surprise attack on an Egyptian army bus
Turkish PM comes out against protestors after tens of thousands march to mourn the death of a 15 year old boy
Sami Anan, the former chief of army staff who recently survived an assassination attempt, announced he will not run for president. Many see this as a move to clear the way for Abdul Fattah al Sisi in the upcoming presidential elections.
A new U.N. report highlights Libya's contribution to conflicts abroad.
Unknown gunmen in east Cairo shot dead a military officer and injured three soldiers early Thursday morning.
Clashes have erupted between anti-government protestors and riot police in several cities in Turkey, killing two people, including a police officer.
Adly Mansour, Egypt's interim President, said Wednesday that presidential elections will end before the end of July.
Washington is expected to decide within the upcoming days whether to resume aid to Cairo after its decision to suspend funding last year after former Islamist president's Mohammed Morsi's oust.
March 12, 2014
Two Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood leaders, Akram El-Shaer and Mohamed El-Qabouty, have been arrested by INTERPOL in neighboring Gulf states, according to a statement issued by the Egypt's prosecutor-general on Wednesday.
Algerian security forces on Wednesday prevented opposition leaders from marching to demand a boycott of next month’s election, in which long-reigning President Abdelaziz Bouteflika is seeking a fourth term in office.