July 11, 2012
At least 22 people were killed in a suicide bombing attack Wednesday at the police academy in Sana'a, Yemen's capital, officials said.
The standoff between the Egyptian army and the Muslim Brotherhoods had a new twist Tuesday when Egypt's High Constitutional Court decided to suspend the decree of President Mohamed Morsi, who ordered the parliament to reconvene.
July 10, 2012
The Egyptian People's Assembly, dissolved in mid-June, met briefly Tuesday morning after a decree by President Mohamed Morsi ordering its reinstatement
The Alliance of National Forces (ANF) led by Mahmoud Jibril, who headed the Transitional National Council (CNT) during the Libyan revolt, tops the list following the recent legislative elections in Libya
July 9, 2012
The Supreme Constitutional Court of Egypt said Monday that its rulings are binding for all state institutions, in response to the decision by President Mohamed Morsi to convene the parliament whose election was invalidated by the Court.
Demonstrating after the arrest of a Shiite cleric by the Saudi authorities, two people were killed in Qalif late last night during a police intervention, according to activists.
July 8, 2012
The new Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi decided on Sunday, by an official decree, to set aside the ruling by the Supreme Constitutional Court to dissolve the People's Assembly (Parliament)
The Syrian authorities announced the arrival in Damascus of International envoy of Kofi Annan
The coalition which brings together over 40 smaller parties around the architects of the revolution of 2011.
July 7, 2012
Intense bombing rocked Saturday the Syrian province of Aleppo (north) while at least two people were killed at the border in northern Lebanon.
Eight months after the downfall of Muammar Gaddafi, 2.7 million Libyans vote for the first time
July 6, 2012
General Manaf Tlass, a close associate of Bashar Assad, has defected and is en route to France, confirmed Laurent Fabius, the French Minister of Foreign Affairs
July 5, 2012
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad lamented the violent methods used by forces loyal to him during the first days of protests last year, saying he had always enjoyed popular support.
A Libyan source on Thursday denied the Libyan government received Abdullah Senussi, the powerful Director of Intelligence in the era of Gaddafi.
The emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah al Ahmad al Sabah, asked outgoing Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber al Mubarak al-Sabah to form a new government