May 19, 2014
Kuwait is set to deport 15 Egyptian nationals from the country for their participation in what has been coined "an illegal gathering" in support of presidential nominee Abdul Fattah Al Sisi.
The Israeli presidential elections will be held on June 10.
Syrian opposition defense minister Asaad Mustafa resigned from his post Monday after alleged disagreements with other members of the leadership.
Over 162,000 people have been killed in Syria since March 2011 according to new figures released Monday.
Libya's capital is on high alert Monday following Sunday's attack on the parliament in which rebel brigades led by a former general stormed the General National Congress.
Five officials including the Operations Manager, Akin Celik of the mining company at the centre of last week’s disaster in Turkey have been detained by police.
At least one gunman and several others were wounded this weekend when Jordanian border guards clashed with militants along the Syria border.
An adviser for the Gaza prime minister said the governments in the coastal enclave as well as the West Bank will offer their resignations once a unity government is agreed upon.
Merchants and civilians in the ISIL-held town of Manbij in Aleppo revolted against the extremist rebel group tgus weekend amid reports of harsh crackdowns.
The head of Syria's air defenses has been killed in an attack by opposition forces fighting against the Syrian government.
The Bahraini government intensified crackdowns on anti-government protests, and even clashed with funeral mourners of an anti-government demonstrator in Sitra this weekend.
Hamas told reporters Sunday that the new Palestinian "consensus government" will be finalized over the next few days.
May 18, 2014
Egyptian presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabbahi said he will attempt to rebuild consensus in Egypt if he becomes president.
Israeli Defense Forces shot and wounded two Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.
An Egyptian court has sentenced another 126 Muslim Brotherhood members to 10 years in prison for engaging in terrorist activities.