December 28, 2012
The top prosecutor in the country orders an investigation in to political opposition figures who, he claims, planned to overthrow the regime of Mohamed Morsi.
December 27, 2012
Denials, retractions, aspersions cast - Is the US plotting a joint peace plan for the Syrian crisis?
Online messages, apparently from former Syrian foreign ministry spokesman, Jihad Makdissi, who never officially defected from the Syrian regime, show his doubts about the government's actions months before he was "sacked".
The Israeli prime minister and the King of Jordan have met secretly to discuss the potential use of chemical weapons in Syria, it emerged on Wednesday.
According to Al-Masry Al-Youm newspaper, Egypt's information minister, Hany Mahmoud, resigned over government pressure to cut off parts of his country's communication systems.
According to sources in the Israeli military, plans are underway to strengthen the barrier with Syria to include cameras and trenches.
A group accused of plotting attacks in multiple countries has been dismantled by the UAE's security authorities.
December 26, 2012
The Palestinian cabinet Wednesday called on members of the United Nations Security Council and other powers to put a stop to Israel’s settlement policy, which it described as “onslaught” that aims to undermine efforts to form a Palestinian state.
More anti-government demonstrations take hold in Iraq, with chants calling for the downfall of the Maliki-led regime.
For the first time since the constitution debacle, the Egyptian president speaks publicly to tell the people of Egypt that he wants a 'national dialogue'.
A high-ranking Syrian military official announced defection Tuesday, saying the army has turned into 'gangs of killing and destruction'.
Following a media blackout, the Israeli secret services finally allow details to emerge about the attempted kidnapping of Israelis by members of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.
According to government sources, Moroccan police busted a recruitment cell for al-Qaeda in North Africa, including one man who was formerly detained under the anti-terrorism law.
According to Afghan authorities, the policewoman behind the shooting of a U.S. civilian aide is an Iranian national.
A law suit has been filed against the Syrian interior minister for his part in the killings in Lebanon during the 1980s civil war.