May 19, 2014
At least two Egyptian policemen were killed in Minya this weekend, according to the Interior Ministry.
A Cairo court acquitted 169 people who are loyal to former president Morsi on Monday.
Kuwait is set to deport 15 Egyptian nationals from the country for their participation in what has been coined "an illegal gathering" in support of presidential nominee Abdul Fattah Al Sisi.
Libya's capital is on high alert Monday following Sunday's attack on the parliament in which rebel brigades led by a former general stormed the General National Congress.
At least one gunman and several others were wounded this weekend when Jordanian border guards clashed with militants along the Syria border.
The Bahraini government intensified crackdowns on anti-government protests, and even clashed with funeral mourners of an anti-government demonstrator in Sitra this weekend.
May 18, 2014
Egyptian presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabbahi said he will attempt to rebuild consensus in Egypt if he becomes president.
An Egyptian court has sentenced another 126 Muslim Brotherhood members to 10 years in prison for engaging in terrorist activities.
Three people were injured at a rally for Abdel Fattah al Sisi in Cairo when a man on a motorcycle threw a homemade bomb in the direction of the rally.
Clashes between armed groups in eastern Libya have left at least 79 people dead and 141 others wounded Saturday.
A group of 250 Egyptian truck drivers who were detained in Libya have been released.
May 17, 2014
Two separate bombings killed five people in Baghdad Saturday, officials said.
The Saudi Health Ministry reported three further deaths from the MERS virus bringing the total number of fatalities to 163 as concern amounts over preparations for Hajj in the coming months.
Yemeni officials vowed on Saturday to pursue members of Al-Qaeda as Sana'a announced capturing dozens of militants in recent days.
The death toll in Soma rose to 298 while rescue efforts continue as mounting criticizm grows against Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.