November 30, 2014
Egypt's prosecutor-general, Hisham Barakat, will appeal the acquittal verdict given to former president Hosni Mubarak on charges of responsibility for killing protesters.
Thousands of Palestinians were evacuated from their homes after heavy flooding hit the Gaza Strip earlier this week.
November 29, 2014
President Mahmoud Abbas said that if the United Nations fails to adopt a resolution affirming Palestinian statehood, the Palestinian Authority will reassess its security cooperation with Israel.
Bahraini voters returned to the polls on Saturday amid boycotts by the Shia opposition.
Al-Qaeda militants claim to have detonated two bombs outside of the US Embassy in Sana'a, Yemen.
Clashes resumed between ISIL militants and Kurdish fighters in the northern Syrian city of Kobani.
Former president Mubarak and former interior minister Habib El-Adly were acquitted on chargers of involvement in the death of protesters during the January 2011 uprising.
The Syrian government responded to US accusations that Syrian forces are targeting civilians with airstrikes.
Lebanon's General Security Maj. Gen. Abbas Ibrahim entered negotiations Friday with Nusra front to cancel the threatened execution of Lebanese hostage.
November 28, 2014
Jordanians joined a rally organized by the Muslim Brotherhood in Amman Friday to condemn a recently announced Israeli plan to enshrine into law the country as the national Jewish homeland.
An attempted rescue mission carried out by US special forces and Yemeni troops freed eight al-Qaeda hostages, but failed to rescue the target American journalist, who was reportedly moved just two days before the raid.
Cairo's Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry called on Qatar to enact policies to aid Egypt's national security and avoid acts that could harm country stability amid rising tensions with Muslim Brotherhood members.
Egyptian police arrested 89 alleged Muslim Brotherhood ahead of planned protests Friday.
Protesters in Lebanon face riot police blocking Beirut road in a protest condemning inaction by the the government to secure the release of 26 servicemen still held hostage by Nusra Front.
The "Islamic State" group has blocked all cell phone service in Iraqi's largest city, Mosul, today. ISIS leadership is claiming that there are those functioning as 'informants' to the coalition forces via their mobile phones.