December 24, 2013
The Prime Minister of Egypt has declared the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist group after the most recent attack which killed at least 14 people.
According to Interior Ministry officials, a truck containing explosives was behind the attack on a security site in the Nile Delta that killed some 13 people on Tuesday morning.
A series of deadly bombings - in what appears to be the worst terrorist attack on a government site since the ousting of Morsi in July - killed 12 people early on Tuesday morning in Mansoura.
Sixty-five bombs were been found and defused in the Kandahar province on Monday.
December 23, 2013
After months of disagreement, Islamist rulers and opposition partied reached an agreement to finalize handover of government to a caretaker entity.
A militant Islamist group in Egypt's Sinai issued a warning to the country's military and policy Monday telling troops to "desert their ranks or face death at the hands of its fighters.
All Kuwaiti ministers submitted letters of resignation from their post to the Prime Minister Monday.
Yemen's international airports will remain shutdown until civil aviation authority workers end their strike in protest with a dispute with the country's Finance Ministry.
A Saudi Arabian Shiite citizen of the overwhelmingly Sunni kingdom was sentenced for 30 years for acts of violence and protest over Riyadh's decision to aid Bahrain in suppressing its opposition risings in 2011.
Egypt's April 6 Youth Movement, often credited as one of the main "founders" of the Jan. 25 revolution, announced Sunday that it has dropped support for the country's
December 22, 2013
After probes into Prime Minister Erdogen's government over corruption and bribery, an Interior Minister's resignation is on the table.
An off duty Army soldier was among the five killed in Northern Lebanon after a neighboring family feud escalated amidst Syrian violence.
April 6 Youth movement founder Ahmed Maher, member Mohamed Adel and prominent activist Ahmed Douma are handed a three-year prison sentence and a LE50,000 fine each
Jordan may have weathered the Arab Spring, but the linkages between a growing economic crisis are undermining the Kingdom's political stability.
The military leader of Al Qaeda in Yemen announced Sunday that one of its fighters was responsible for the attack that occurred earlier this month on the hospital near the country's defense ministry.