August 23, 2013
The United States said Thursday it was unable to "conclusively determine" whether chemical weapons had been used near Damascus, where opposition figures say upwards of 1,300 people were killed.
August 22, 2013
Former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak has been released from Tora Prison Hospital and transferred to Maadi Military Hospital in Cairo.
Four rockets were fired into northern Israel from the Lebanese port of Tyre.
A senior Obama administration official said there are strong indications the Syrian government carried out a chemical weapons attack on Wednesday.
Turkey becomes the latest Muslim country Thursday to denounce the use of chemical weapons in Syria, saying that "a red line was crossed" on Wednesday.
Moktar Belmoktar, North Africa's most notorious radical jihadist, has officially joined forces with Mali-based Jihadist group MUJAO, and promised to launch attacks in Egypt.
Egypt's Interior Ministry confirms former President Mubarak has been freed from prison.
Ahmed Aref, the spokesperson for the Muslim Brotherhood, was arrested in Cairo on Thursday by Egyptian security forces.
The amendments made to the Egyptian constitution may prevent the president being removed from power by mass protests like Mohamed Morsi was.
Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will be placed on house arrest when he is released from jail, which is expected to be in the next 48 hours.
August 21, 2013
The EU has agreed to halt all arms sales to Egypt over the 'disproportionate' force it used against supporters of Mohamed Morsi.
Egyptian presidential advisor Mostafa Hegazy on Wednesday slammed the western media for its 'missing stories' from the Egyptian crisis, saying it was not reporting the full picture of what is occurring in the country.
Cairo criminal court on Wednesday ordered former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak be freed, leading to speculation he could be out of detention as soon as Thursday.
The technical committee entrusted with deliberating over the Egyptian constitution has finished its task and given it to the Egyptian government to discuss.
After Turkish Prime Minster Erdogan accused Israel of being behind the recent Egyptian unrest, the Egyptian government has slammed the Turkish official and said it is 'running out of patience'.