April 8, 2014
Four Yemeni soldiers have been killed in a militant attack on a special forces’ checkpoint in southeastern part of the country, a security official says.
Renewed clashes between Algeria's Arabs and Berbers in the country's south left at least 35 people wounded Monday.
April 7, 2014
An Egyptian court has upheld prison sentences for three political activists and ruled Monday that each would be fined 50,000 Egyptian pounds.
YouTube has asked Turkey's Constitutional Court to lift a ban on the video sharing website.
The Bani Helal and Daboudiya clans in southern Egypt have agreed to a three-day truce.
Fourteen people were arrested Monday for Friday's tribal clashes in Egypt's Aswan that left 25 dead.
Libya's main eastern militia has agreed to return control of four major state oil terminals to Tripoli.
Violence enveloped protests throughout Algeria over the weekend ahead of the country's upcoming presidential elections that are believed to be rigged in favor of incumbent and ailing leader Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
At least two more people were killed on Sunday in the southern governorate of Aswan, renewing deadly tribal clashes that have killed almost two dozen people in three days of fighting.
Jordan's King Abdullah is due to pay a working visit to Russia on Wednesday, during which he will meet President Vladimir Putin.
April 6, 2014
Presidential hopeful Ali Benflis condemned violence that broke out at a campaign rally for his rival, Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
The Jordanian authorities have dismissed reports that a Syrian refugee woman was killed at Zaatari camp after clashes with security forces broke out this weekend.
April 5, 2014
Egyptian journalists went on a one-day strike to protest the killing of reporters covering the anti-government protests.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said the U.S. will provide "security assistance" to Algeria to help them combat al Qaeda linked-militants.
April 4, 2014
The Turkish government has lifted the ban on Twitter after a court ordered the ban be reversed.