July 3, 2012
Syrian President Bashar Assad said Tuesday in an interview published by a Turkish daily, that he wished the Syrian forces did not shoot down a Turkish warplane on June 22.
July 2, 2012
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad Monday ratified three laws that impose heavy penalties to those who commit "terrorist" acts in order to change the nature of the regime
Iran on Monday began military exercises simulating an attack on a particular "alien base" in the region with a range of ballistic missiles
Libyan protesters and militia attacked the headquarters of the electoral commission in Benghazi on Sunday, burning of ballots just one week before the first general election to be held in Libya for nearly five decades.
July 1, 2012
The French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said Sunday that the agreement reached in for a political transition in Syria meant that "Bashar al-Assad's time, ultimately, is over."
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has sent a letter to Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi urging him to back the peace treaty signed in 1979 between-two countries
Repression and fighting between army and rebels killed at least 82 people in Syria Saturday.
June 30, 2012
An agreement on the principles and guidelines of a transition phase in Syria was achieved in Geneva on Saturday during the meeting of the Task Force on Syria
June 28, 2012
A bomb attack on Thursday was carried out in the courthouse in downtown Damascus, two days before an international meeting on the crisis.
Egypt's military junta revealed that its chief Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi will hold the defense portfolio in the next government
June 27, 2012
An official television channel early Wednesday was the target of a bloody attack near Damascus, the first of its kind in 15 months of revolt.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, facing 15 months of a bloody popular revolt, said he was determined to win "the war" in his country
June 26, 2012
Ahmed Shafiq, who was beaten in the second round of Egypt's presidential elections by Islamist Mohammed Morsi, left Egypt on Tuesday with other members of his family.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday that the Turkish army will respond to any future violation of its border by the Syrian forces.
Mohamed Morsi, the new Egyptian president, has been working since Monday to form a government.