October 5, 2013
Supporters of ousted former Egyptian President Morsi are calling for new protests on the anniversary of the 1973 Arab-Israeli war anniversary Sunday.
Clashes between Morsi supporters and security forces killed at least four people in Egypt Friday.
October 4, 2013
Thousands of Muslim brotherhood supporters took to the streets of Cairo to protest the ouster of ex-President Mohammad Mursi.
Gunmen have attacked an army convoy east of Cairo, killing two soldiers.
Three soldiers and four soldiers have died in a spate of violence across Iraq.
October 3, 2013
A new video has emerged showing Egyptian army chief General Abdel Fatah el-Sisi discussing with senior officers the best tactics to “neutralize” and “terrorize” the media.
One day after an attack on its embassy in Tripoli, Russia has evacuated all of its embassy staff and families to neighboring Tunisia.
Fifteen people were killed in an attack on a pro-government, anti-Taliban militia commander in Pakistan on Thursday.
Yemeni forces announced Wednesday that they have reclaimed control of their army headquarters in the south from al-Qaeda militants who seized the building earlier this week.
While Egyptian cabinet members pass draft legislation into law that criminalizes "ridiculing" the nation's flag, an EU convoy met with Muslim Brotherhood leaders to discuss steps for reconciliation between the Islamist opposition and the interim government going forward. Clashes in Suez late Wednesday were also reported, leaving one student dead in the fighting.
Kuwaiti opposition writer Mohammed al-Wushaihi received a three-month jail sentence Wednesday for using Twitter to post "tweets" about a former prime minister.
October 2, 2013
Al Arabiya reported Wednesday that gunmen attacked the Russian Embassy in Libya's capital city.
Tunisia's UGTT announced Wednesday that its leaders have been targeted with "serious threats" due to their efforts to end political turmoil in the country by acting as mediators between the Islamist-led government and the opposition.
Yemen's Foreign Minister announced Wednesday that national reconciliation talks may be delayed up to three months. With Yemen's rocky political transition still in limbo, Al-Qaeda-linked violence continues in the south of the country leaving four Yemeni soldiers.
The Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood on Wednesday said it will not retract its calls to end the "military coup" that ousted Islamist leader Mohamed Morsi and will still demand the former president's return to office.