May 10, 2014
Clashes erupted across Egypt on Friday between supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi and security forces.
May 9, 2014
Sheikh Maher Hammoud, an ally of Hezbollah defended on Friday the head of Lebanon's Maronite Church Beshara Rai's visit to occupied Jerusalem with the Pope.
Lebanese Minister for the Displaced Alice Shabtini authorized Druze tenants to leave residences belonging to Christians as part of reconciliation efforts on Friday.
Yemen's army killed an al-Qaeda commander thought to have been the mastermind behind various kidnappings of diplomats and foreigners in the country, a spokesperson said.
May 8, 2014
Saudi Arabia reported four more people have died from the MERS virus bringing the number of infections up to 449 since 2012.
Founder of a human rights group and prominent blogger Raif Badawi was sentenced to 10 years in jail, 1,000 lashes and ordered to pay a $267,000 fine for insulting Islam and adopting a liberal ideology.
A military judge has issued new arrest warrants for five suspects thought to be involved in the deadly 2013 Beirut bombings, which killed at least 80 people.
The Yemeni government has allegedly seized control of the last major Al Qaeda stronghold in the country's south.
The U.S. Embassy in Sanaa will be closed to the public until further notice, the State Department announced late Wednesday.
Egypt’s cabinet approved on Wednesday a new anti-sexual harassment law. Previously, there has not been a specific law proscribing sexual harassment in Egypt.
Yemeni forces killed the man responsible for killing a Frenchman near the embassy in Sanaa earlier this week.
The U.N. is urging Qatar to change the way they deal with migrant workers in their country. The suggestions come after many human rights abuse allegations.
May 7, 2014
In the second part of Sisi's first interview since announcing his candidacy, Sisi said financial aid from the Gulf states has surpassed $20 billion since June 30.
Yemeni security forces killed three militants linked to recent attacks on diplomats in Sanaa.
Militants have blown up Yemen's main oil export pipeline, local officials reported Wednesday, adding that the attack has halted crude flows as elsewhere, gunmen caused a huge power outage by attacking electricity lines.