February 5, 2013
Survivors of a smash that killed their colleagues have described how their journey to work on Monday morning ended in horror.
The culture minister resigns after images of police brutality are aired on TV.
February 4, 2013
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will become the first Iranian president to travel to Egypt in over 30 years when he visits Cairo next week to take part in a summit of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), Reuters reported.
Activists in the Kingdom claim the man got off his sentence by paying "blood money" to the girl's mother.
The former presidential candidate who lost out to Morsi at the elections says the infamous stripping and beating of an old man by the Egyptian police was pre-planned by the interior ministry.
February 3, 2013
The nation's interior minister says the government will be launching an investigation after footage appears of a man stripped naked and beaten by police.
The man behind the bombing of the embassy in Ankara on Friday was released from prison following terrorism charges.
February 2, 2013
At least one protester is killed and scores injured in ongoing clashes outside Egypt's Presidential Palace; Muslim Brotherhood, opposition National Salvation Front exchange blame for bloodshed.
February 1, 2013
A suicide bomber killed two people and several other people were killed on Friday at the entrance of the U.S. embassy in Ankara.
The good news is that change mostly occurs nonviolently and will keep moving some Arab countries on the slow path to stable democratic republics.
January 31, 2013
Egypt’s politicians met on Thursday to try to find a solution to the crisis engulfing the country.
The UK's prime minister jets over to the North African nation, following the BP hostage debacle this month.
The Kingdom's monarch clarifies his Davos argument linking the Syrian regime's war efforts to their treasury.
January 30, 2013
After five days of violence and a rising death toll, the high profile opposition politician calls for an end to the chaos.
The United States is expanding its fleet of killer drones, despite widespread international resentment of assassinations by air and unanswered questions on the legality and long-term utility of the practice.