July 28, 2013
The Egyptian Tamarod campaign has released a statement saying it is concerned with the Egyptian interior ministry's use of state security following the ousting of former President Mohamed Morsi.
Egyptian officials have announced the official death toll over the clashes across the country over the weekend, stating that 74 people died.
Israel's chief of staff on Sunday warned Lebanon of the dangers of becoming too embroiled in the Syrian conflict.
A recent decision by the EU to blacklist the military wing of Lebanese Shiite group Hezbollah could have significant consquences on the entire nation, former Lebanese PM Fouad Siniora said Saturday.
Liberals made slight gains in Kuwait’s parliamentary election, according to results early on Sunday, in the Gulf state’s second polls in eight months.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced on Saturday that Israel may approve the release of 104 Palestinian prisoners
Eight Kurdish police officers died on Sunday after a suicide bomber detonated a device in the northern town of Tuz Khurmatu.
Tens of thousands of Tunisians turned out for the funeral of assassinated secular politician Mohammed Brahmi on Saturday, and called for the Islamist-led government to be toppled.
Supporters of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi stormed a university campus in Nasr City, just outside of Cairo, on Saturday.
In the aftermath of the state funeral of Tunisian politician Mohamed Brahmi, the police used tear gas and force to break up protests in the south of the country.
July 27, 2013
Egypt's ousted President most likely to join former leader Mubarak at Torah Prison.
Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim also says live ammunition not used on protesters.
Protesters attack the offices of the Muslim Brotherhood in Libya, as demonstrators take to streets to denounce recent political assassinations.
Britain's Guardian newspaper says more than 130 people have been slain in Egypt.
Kuwaitis headed to the polls Saturday for the country's parliamentary elections.