May 24, 2014
Nearly 30 people were killed in overnight militant attacks on government buildings in the city of Seiyun.
May 23, 2014
Two people have been killed while over 10 others were wounded in clashes between police and anti-government demonstrators.
The UN Relief and Works Agency was forced to close its offices Friday in the Palestinian refugee camp of Nahr al-Bared due to violent clashes.
President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi called on pro-independence leaders from Yemen's south to join dialogue on the country's political future.
The leader of militant group Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis was reportedly killed in North Sinai according to security sources.
Libya's Muslim Brotherhood has criticized statements made by rogue ex-army chief Khalifa Haftar against the group and said it works "within the framework of the law."
The UN has blacklisted terrorist group Boko Haram for carrying out numerous attacks in Nigeria and kidnapping 300 school girls that are still missing.
Tunisian authorities arrested eight Libyans for allegedly planning attacks in the country, according to the interior ministry.
May 22, 2014
A protester in Istanbul was allegedly shot in the head after being caught in between clashes with police on Thursday.
Thousands of people took to the streets of Aden, calling for independence in southern Yemen.
Lebanon's presidential elections are widely expected to fail for the fifth time, three days before outgoing President Michel Sleiman's term is over.
Two people believed to be carrying explosives died in southern Cairo after detonating their bombs, according to a ministry source.
The Arab League are due to meet to discuss ongoing violence in Libya, according to Egypt's representative, Tarek Adel.
Lawmakers in Yemen have demanded the resignation of the country's government and are specifically asking the Prime Minister to step down.
The International Criminal Court has denied a request by Libya to try Saif al Islam Gaddafi in Libya.