March 19, 2013
Syrian opposition coalition members on Tuesday elected former businessman Ghassan Hitto as provisional prime minister in a meeting in Istanbul.
March 18, 2013
The Syrian planes bombed two locations in Arsal, 5km from the Syrian borders
Yemen launched on Monday UN-backed national reconciliation talks aimed at drawing the state’s divisive players towards a negotiated settlement.
Police used teargas and birdshot on Sunday evening to disperse roughly 3000 anti-Muslim Brotherhood protestors who had gathered outside the Brotherhood's headquarters in the Cairo district of Moqattam.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu chooses Moshe Yaalon, an ex-general and vice premier from his right-wing Likud party, to be the country’s next defense minister.
Twelve candidates are running for interim prime minister of a government to rule rebel-controlled areas in Syria.
March 17, 2013
Syrian rebels have seized several weapons depots in the village of Khan Toman in Aleppo province after days of fierce clashes, a military source told AFP on Sunday.
The governor of Jenin confirms that the victims of the crash will be returned to their home city.
Thousands of Tunisians gathered on the streets of the country's capital, Tunis, on Saturday, to call for an end to the ruling Islamist Ennahada party they blame for the assassination of Chokri Belaid.
The Libyan embassy in Cairo suspends operations indefinitely following protests over Copt death.
A Syrian army general and his son, a captain, reportedly defect to the opposition.
March 16, 2013
According to Egypt's ruling party the declaration does not fall in line with Islamic principles.
Demonstrators in the capital demand the end of the Muslim Brotherhood and a return to the military ruling the country.
March 14, 2013
On the second anniversary of the Saudi-led crackdown on Bahraini protestors, demonstrators take to the streets again.
The burial of Ezzat Atallah who died after being arrested for trying to convert Muslims, takes place an evangelical church in Egypt.