February 10, 2014
After rounds of debate on driving in the KSA, women are taking another stand for their freedom to move.
February 9, 2014
Israel's right-wing Foreign Minister told his coalition partners Sunday that their "snipes" at the U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry's peace efforts risked "estranging a true friend."
A Yemeni intelligence officer was killed after an explosion detonated in his car wounding three others.
Libya's first post-Gaddafi era prosecutor general was murdered Saturday while visiting family in the country's eastern city of Derna.
Tunisian security forces arrested the suspect who is believed responsible for the killing for former opposition politician Mohammed Brahmi last July.
Air raids in Sinai have left at least 16 dead this weekend.
Egypt's prominent leftist politician Hamdeen Sabbahi announced this weekend that he will run for president in this year's elections.
At least 15 are dead and over 100 are wounded after a hotel fire broke out in Medinah.
February 6, 2014
Egypt’s military spokesman Ahmed Ali has denied that army chief Abdel-Fattah Al Sisi has announced he will stand for president.
Egypt' Army Chief Abdel Fattal El Sisi confirmed Thursday that he will run for president in a Kuwaiti newspaper.
After ceasefire between Suuni and Shiite locals broke down, Houthi rebels advanced on the capital of Sanaa.
Another explosion shakes Libya, this time at a Libyan television channel in Eastern Benghazi.
February 5, 2014
Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was "brought to tears" after seeing the extent of the "corruption and devastation" that the Muslim Brotherhood wrought on Egypt.
Egyptian Prime Minister Hazem El Beblawi warned Qatar over its "unfair and dishonest" support of the Muslim Brotherhood, as the Gulf state hosts dozens of fugitive Muslim Brotherhood members and critics of the current military-backed interim government.
Four Yemeni soldiers were shot dead by unidentified gunmen during an attack on a military vehicle in a southern province, an official said on Wednesday.