November 28, 2011
Polling stations in Egypt opened on Monday, state television reported.
November 27, 2011
Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, head of Egypt's Supreme Council of Armed Forces (SCAF), said Sunday the army’s role would not change in the new constitution.
November 26, 2011
A protester died Saturday as clashes continued in Egypt.
The turnout at the first parliamentary elections in Morocco following the approval of a new constitution in July reached 45%
November 25, 2011
Egyptian military officials announced that Dr. Kamal Ganzouri, a former prime minister, had agreed to become Egypt's next prime minister
November 24, 2011
Two men were killed during renewed Shiite protests in the east of Saudi Arabia.
November 23, 2011
U.S. President Barack Obama stated Wednesday the United States welcomed the signing by Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh of an accord
A special commission investigating Bahrain's March crackdown on Shiite-led protests said on Wednesday that police used "excessive force"
At least three more people died in Cairo on Wednesday, a medic said
Yemeni state television reported on Wednesday that President Ali Abdullah Saleh has arrived in Saudi Arabia to ink a power transfer deal
November 22, 2011
Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, in a speech on Tuesday, stated that the armed forces would not be a substitute for the legitimacy accepted by the people.
Tunisia's newly elected assembly held on Tuesday its inaugural session with the aim of shaping the constitution and the democratic future of the country that sparked the Arab Spring revolts.
November 21, 2011
Egypt's cabinet stepped down on Monday citing "difficult circumstances in the country"
The Egyptian Democratic Front on Monday called all the popular and national forces to participate tomorrow in a "national salvation" protest.
At least 20 people were killed in clashes in central Cairo between security forces and protesters against Egypt's ruling military junta.