April 14, 2014
Saif al-Islam Gaddafi is accused of orchestrating a campaign of murder, torture and bombardment of civilians during Libya's eight-month civil war in 2011.
Yemenis held massive protests in Sana'a Sunday calling for the downfall of the government.
Libya’s interim Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni abruptly quits his post a week after the parliament tasked him with forming a new cabinet.
April 13, 2014
A Tunisian military court has ordered the release of the country's former leadership who were jailed after the country's 2011 revolution.
Two people and dozens others - including two policemen - were injured during clashes in Algeria's northern province of Ghardaia.
At least four Yemeni soldiers were killed in three separate attacks throughout the country Sunday.
France's Algerians population headed to the polls this weekend to vote in their home country's presidential election which is set to take place nationally April 17.
Kuwait has imposed a news blackout on reports related to a recording that suggests there is a plot to overthrow the ruling government.
Egyptian troops have allegedly killed a prominent Sinai Peninsula militant this weekend.
Amnesty International issued a statement this weekend denouncing a counter-terrorism law drafted by the Egyptian government, saying that it must be scrapped or fundamentally revised.
Switzerland will hand over $40 million to Tunisia. The money comes from a Swiss bank account belonging to former dictator Ben Ali.
April 12, 2014
At least one soldier is dead after gunmen fired on an army vehicle in Hadramawt Province.
The Opposition Coalition in Kuwait is suggesting major government reforms, such as instituting political parties.
Anti-government protestors forced the Zawiya oil terminal to close and blocked the entrance to the port, preventing oil workers from entering.
Clashes between anti-government protestors and security forces have left one dead in Alexandria.