February 27, 2014
Jordanian authorities arrested 10 "gays and lesbians" on Wednesday night to prevent a "disturbance of the peace," according to a security official.
Cairo Criminal Court suspended Thursday afternoon the trial of former president Mohamed Morsi and 35 other Muslim Brotherhood leaders on charges of espionage.
Morocco has decided to suspend its judicial cooperation with France following the developing "diplomatic row" between the colonial-tied countries over Rabat's human rights record.
Four people were killed in Doha on Thursday after a gas cylinder exploded in Qatar, state television reported.
Security forces disbanded a peaceful protest near Manama on Wednesday. Protesters were condemning the death of Jaffer al-Durazi.
A Yemeni security officer was killed by multiple gun wounds while at a restaurant in the southeast of the country.
February 26, 2014
A Security Council resolution that sets up a committee to sanction individuals interfering with Yemen's progress is "forward-leaning," the U.S. envoy said.
An Egyptian military court trying two journalists should end their trial and free them immediately, human rights group Amnesty International said.
Egyptian courts sentenced 26 people to death for plotting attacks on ships passing through the Suez Canal.
As new Egyptian Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab begins reappointing officials after Cairo leadership resigned earlier this week, reports have confirmed that Sisi will remain as defense minister for the time being.
A police official and two civilians were injured late Tuesday north of Cairo as Islamists clashed with opposing civilians, according to reports from early Wednesday.
Militants in Egypt's restive Sinai peninsula blew up a pipeline that transports gas to Jordan, representing the fourth time that such an attack has been orchestrated by militants in the area.
February 25, 2014
Russia warned Saudi Arabia Tuesday that the Kingdom's decision to arm Syrian rebels with missile launchers will "endanger security across the Middle East and beyond."
At least 100 rockets were fired at a Libyan power plant Tuesday as U.N. officials expressed grave concern over the deteriorating situation in Libya.
More than 220 protestors in Egypt were sentenced up to seven years in prison for "instigating violence" and "holding protests without a permit."