April 26, 2014
Five NATO troops have died in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan's southern city of Kandahar. A Taliban spokesman said it was shot down by insurgents, but the claim has not yet been verified.
A military judge on Saturday charged 79 suspects with direct involvement in Tripoli clashes. In recent weeks, Lebanese authorities have cracked down on individuals thought to be involved in the violence.
April 25, 2014
Two people were killed and many others injured during clashes in Cairo on Friday between Muslim Brotherhood supporters and Egyptian security.
Terrorist attacks rocked Iraq when four soldiers along with another man were shot dead in Mosul on Thursday, official sources said.
Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy arrived in the United States on Thursday to begin talks on security, investment and regional issues.
April 24, 2014
Jordan has added new controversial articles to its anti-terrorism law in its effort to stop local jihadists from heading to Syria to fight in the country's ongoing war.
Washington will release $650 million in funding as it begins to ease its partial aid suspension against Cairo that began last year.
One man died after riots broke out in Maan earlier this week.
April 23, 2014
An Egyptian court has sentenced 19 anti-government protesters to ten years in prison each, judicial sources say.
Qatar's foreign minister said in a statement on Wednesday that his country's disagreement with fellow GCC nations was "over".
A car bomb killed one policeman on the outskirts of Cairo Wednesday.
A Bahraini court sentenced 12 protesters to life in prison this week and sentenced others to 15 years in jail.
The U.S. will lift its freeze on military aid to Cairo and deliver Apache helicopters to Egypt.
Amnesty International recently slammed Qatar over its treatment of domestic workers. Migrant workers have reported both physical and sexual abuse.
April 22, 2014
Ex Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi will stand trial again along with 34 Muslim Brotherhood leaders on April 28.