July 29, 2013
The White House on Monday said it strongly condemned the ongoing violence in Egypt following the ousting of former President Mohamed Morsi
Eleven bodies near the pro-Morsi camp in Cairo have been found bearing signs of torture, according to the Egyptian interior ministry.
One police officer was killed and eight were injured following an armed attack launched on a military camp in Rafah in the Sinai peninsula.
Egypt's interim president Adly Mansour has allocated emergency powers to Prime Minister Hazem Al Beblawi as the country braces itself for more protests in the wake of former President Morsi's ousting.
EU Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton was scheduled to arrive in Cairo Sunday night.
The king of Bahrain has urged the government to propose harsher measures in a bid to decrease the high levels of violence that have been witnessed against the Gulf state's Shia population in recent months.
Supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi have called on their comrades to join them in a "million man march" in Cairo on Tuesday.
The emir of Kuwait has accepted the resignation of the Kuwaiti government in the aftermath of Saturday's parliamentary polls, but has requested that the Prime Minister and his cabinet stay in office in a caretaker role.
July 28, 2013
Egyptian security forces in the Sinai peninsula killed 10 militants on Sunday after a 48 hour operation seeking to liquidate a terrorist cell.
The Egyptian Tamarod campaign has released a statement saying it is concerned with the Egyptian interior ministry's use of state security following the ousting of former President Mohamed Morsi.
Egyptian officials have announced the official death toll over the clashes across the country over the weekend, stating that 74 people died.
Supporters of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi stormed a university campus in Nasr City, just outside of Cairo, on Saturday.
In the aftermath of the state funeral of Tunisian politician Mohamed Brahmi, the police used tear gas and force to break up protests in the south of the country.
July 27, 2013
Egypt's ousted President most likely to join former leader Mubarak at Torah Prison.
Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim also says live ammunition not used on protesters.