January 25, 2011
News sources reported that a number of people were injured during violent clashes Tuesday between protesters and Egyptian security forces
January 24, 2011
The main opposition groups in Yemen on Monday announced a campaign to oust president Ali Saleh
The popular unrest in Tunisia continues.
January 23, 2011
Hundreds of Tunisians gathered in front of Prime Minister Mohammed Ghannouchi's office Sunday .
Jordan's King Abdullah II on Sunday held a series of consultations with representatives of various political forces in the kingdom to learn more about the demands of the Jordanian people.
January 22, 2011
Algerian police clashed with pro-democracy demonstrators in the Algerian capital on Saturday leaving several people wounded.
Tunisian Prime Minister Mohammed Ghannouchi promised late Friday to organize the country's first democratic election since independence from France in 1956.
January 20, 2011
Jordan’s prime minister on Thursday said he decided to expand subsidies for fuel and staple products and raising salaries for civil servants.
At least seven people were injured in a second night of clashes and gun-battles between the Yemeni army and protesters in the southern port city of Aden.
The Tunisian Prime Minister of the Interim Government Mohamed Ghannouchi has turned down a request from ousted President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali to return to the country.
January 19, 2011
The first meeting of the new Tunisian interim government, led by Mohamed Ghannouchi was postponed to Thursday as popular protests against the new line-up continue.
Yuval Diskin, head of the Israeli internal security agency (Shabak), conveyed that groups affiliated to al Qaeda were behind the firing of rocketsز
January 18, 2011
Three ministers on Tuesday stepped down from the new Tunisian interim government.
Presidential Guard chief plotted a coup
January 17, 2011
Tunisia announced Monday a transitional unity government which will prepare for elections and immediately announced the release of political prisoners and new media freedoms.