July 23, 2013
The embittered cabinet members quit, arguing that the Islamist Justice and Development party (PJD), was hurting the poor by reducing food and fuel subsidies too fast.
The prisoners, from the West Bank and Gaza, were sentenced before the 1993 signing of the Oslo peace accords
the decision came in light of a series of meetings held between former Prime Minister Saad Hariri and senior officials in al-Mustaqbal (The Future) movement.
His call came hours after clashes between supporters and opponents of Mursi killed four people.
The drop has sparked rising concerns among relief officials of a “mass build-up” of hundreds of Syrians unable to cross into Jordan.
Irancell has apologized to Sunni Muslims for a mobile phone competition seen as insulting to Umar bin al-Khattab.
The activists also vowed to continue fighting to see the law strengthened and expanded.
Despite outlining the options, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Martin Dempsey stressed that the decision of whether to go to war was one for civilian leaders.
The death toll is climbing in Egypt's unrest.
July 22, 2013
Western diplomatic sources say Lebanon has been placed under temporary protection of powers including France, Iran and Saudi Arabia.
Caretaker Prime Minister Najib Mikati says he regrets EU decision to blacklist Hezbollah
French riot police remained on full alert Monday following a weekend of violence, sparked after police stopped a woman wearing a full Islamic veil.
Deposed President Morsi of Egypt's family condemn his detention as a "kidnapping".
An Israeli official has said around 80 Palestinians will be released from Israeli Prisons
The United Nations Relief and Works Agency has decided to terminate its "emergency program" for the Nahr al-Bared refugee camp in North Lebanon.