July 22, 2014
Clashes between Libyan army troops and anti-government militia groups in the eastern city of Benghazi have left 16 people dead and 81 injured.
Afghan forces have killed at least 38 Taliban militants during operations in different parts of Afghanistan during the past 24 hours.
July 21, 2014
The Egyptian government is considering a plan to build a new administrative capital city due to Cairo´s traffic congestion and rising population.
Clashes between rival militias has killed 47 people in the past 24 hours.
July 20, 2014
The government of Bahrain has filed a lawsuit that will make the country's main opposition activities illegal under law for at least three months.
Yasser Ghozlan, son of the Muslim Brotherhood´s spokesperson, Mahmoud Ghozlan, was arrested on Saturday in Cairo.
Militias in Libya's Tripoli resumed their fighting at Libya's main airport Sunday.
Egyptian security forces on Saturday prevented a humanitarian aid convoy from entering Gaza after checkpoint officers said the participants´ safety could not be assured.
July 18, 2014
Leadership in Baghdad pulled its ambassador in Jordan Friday,
Fresh fighting in Libya's capital was reported Friday despite earlier news that a ceasefire between the warring militias had been reached.
Libyan fighters in the country's capital who have been clashing at the country's main airport have agreed to a ceasefire
Libyan leadership called on the United Nations late Thursday to assist the country's security forces in their effort to restore order in what has the potential to turn into a failed state.
July 17, 2014
Intense fighting at the Libyan airport in Tripoli has left 30 dead.
Around 40 percent of Yemen's population faces a serious food crisis according to a United Nations report. The UN's sister body UNICEF also said Yemeni children are showing signs of stunting.
Political groups in Egypt joined forces to support Palestinian resistance against Israel while denouncing a recent truce deal brokered by Cairo between Tel Aviv and Hamas.