April 17, 2014
Presidential candidate Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi received over half a million recommendations, well over the 25,000 requirement, according to his campaign's legal advisor.
April 16, 2014
A U.S. Embassy security guard has escaped her kidnappers in Libya.
A new report issued Wednesday by a coalition of feminists and human rights groups blames the Egyptian government for not doing enough to stop sexual violence in Egypt.
Following the death of a Filipino woman who contracted Mers-Coronavirusm, three new cases have appeared in Abu Dhabi.
An Egyptian court sentenced 120 Morsi supporters to three years in prison on Monday.
Complicating things: Opposition group says over 200 houses have been raided and 187 arrests were made by Bahraini forces in March.
Two suicide bombers in Iraq's Ramadi left at least five people dead on Tuesday, and other violence was also reported in the country's Saba Al Bur area.
April 15, 2014
Jordan's ambassador to Libya is being held by Al Qaeda-affiliated kidnappers who are demanding the release of a Libyan who is serving a life prison sentence in Jordan.
Saudi Arabia has replaced its intelligence chief Prince Bandar bin Sultan "at his own request."
An Alexandria court banned all members of the Muslim Brotherhood from running for election in the upcoming presidential polls.
A Saudi soldier died after coming under attack near the Yemen border. The kingdom's interior ministry is in contact with Yemeni authorities to investigate.
The notorious prison which was brought to the world's attention when U.S. military personnel committed grave human rights violations against detained Iraqis, has been closed.
Gunmen who are believed to be affiliated to Al Qaeda on Tuesday shot dead the vice govenor of Yemen's Baida province, an official reported.
A Manama court has sentenced 11 Shiite protesters to five years in jail each for allegedly "attacking police."
Unidentified Libyan gunmen on Tuesday abducted Jordan's ambassador to Tripoli, officials reported.