May 1, 2014
Turkish police used tear gas and water cannons to stop protestors from demonstrating inside Taksim Square on Thursday.
The National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism says there has been a 43% increase in terrorist attacks in 2013.
Bahrainis once again took to the streets to protest the government and show their solidarity for female prisoners.
April 30, 2014
Egyptian pro-democracy blogger Bassem Sabry died Tuesday at the age of 31, reportedly from a fall off a balcony in Cairo.
European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said the recent mass death sentences were alarming and raised concerns about human rights in Egypt.
A least one student died Tuesday in clashes between Muslim Brotherhood members and civilians in the Nile Delta town of Khayata.
April 29, 2014
The April 6 movement on Tuesday announced its decision to appeal a court ruling to ban the group.
Gunmen stormed Libya's General National Congress (GNC) as it was preparing to elect a new prime minister.
Germany summoned its Egyptian ambassador in Berlin Tuesday in response to a recent ruling that committed nearly 700 Muslim Brotherhood members to death sentences Monday.
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.