April 29, 2014
Yemeni forces' recent offensive to oust Al Qaeda fighters from southern towns left at least nine people dead Tuesday.
A car bomb in Benghazi has killed two soldiers.
Tunisian family members of those killed during the 2011 revolution are going on a hunger strike after a Tunisian court released former regime officials who are accused of killing peaceful protesters during the revolution.
Jordan has agreed to hand over a Libyan militant in exchange for the release of its ambassador who was kidnapped in Libya in April.
The U.S. Department of State condemned Egypt's recent mass trials and death sentences handed down to members of the Muslim Brotherhood.
April 28, 2014
Clashes continue to erupt between Egyptian security forces and students at Azhar University in Cairo.
Egyptian security forces stormed Alexandria University on Monday after clashes broke out between student supporters of Morsi and the university's security personnel.
Al Jazeera has filed a compensation claim against Egypt for damages to its business.
An Egyptian court has ordered the banning of all activities related to the April 6 movement.
Algeria's incumbent leader president Abdelaziz Bouteflika was sworn in for a fourth term Monday after winning the April 17 poll earlier this month.
The Egyptian court that previously sentenced 529 Muslim Brotherhood members to death has sentenced an additional 682 Islamists to similar fates Monday, including Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie.
Thousands of Yemenis gathered in the city of Mukalla Sunday demanding statehood for the formerly independent southern Yemen.
The court's verdict comes a month after over 500 Morsi supporters were sentenced to death.
April 27, 2014
The Taliban insists they were responsible for the attack, but others believe the helicopter went down due to technical difficulties.
The defendants were accused of killing a policeman.