April 1, 2014
A top UAE official called Qatar its "eighth emirate," in a move that is likely to escalate already heightened Gulf tensions between Doha and its neighbors.
Iran dismissed Yemen leadership's commentary earlier this week that Tehran needs to stop "interfering" in domestic Yemeni affairs.
Egyptian police reportedly clashed with university students Tuesday at Cairo's Ein Shams University as well as in three other cities.
The International Labor Organization says Qatar must stop the mistreatment of migrant workers.
Azhar University in Cairo has expelled 25 students for partaking in anti-government protests.
The Anti-Coup Alliance recently announced that it will not partake in the upcoming presidential election.
The CHP party will appeal the results of the recent local elections in Turkey.
March 31, 2014
Students at Azhar University set fire to a parking garage and multiple cars to show their frustration with a police crackdown on Sunday that left two dead.
Egyptian courts sentenced 33 more Muslim Brotherhood supporters to six-year jail terms for participating in "unauthorized prostests."
Yemen's president publicly called on Iran Monday for Tehran to stop its involvement in Sanaa's internal domestic politics.
In a recent opinion poll, only 39 percent of Egypt's populace said they would be voting for Sisi for the next president-elect.
March 30, 2014
The Presidential Elections Commission announced Sunday that presidential elections will be held on May 26 and 27.
Riot police stormed Azhar University Sunday to stop students who were protesting against Abdel Fattah al Sisi.
One solider was killed after militants attacked a bus in the Sinai Peninsula Sunday.
Two members of the Popular Resistance Committees were killed in an overnight ambush.