December 9, 2012
Morsi has cancelled the controversial decree he issued on November 22, granting himself extensive new powers. However, the referendum on the new constitution will go ahead as planned.
December 8, 2012
Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi may delay a controversial constitutional referendum, slated for 15 December, if the opposition accepts dialogue without preconditions, Justice Minister Ahmed Mekki said on Friday.
December 7, 2012
Egyptian opposition protestors broke through barriers outside the presidential palace in Cairo on Friday night, according to reports.
President Barak Obama has welcomed President Mohamed Morsi's calls for dialogue with opposition figures.
Representatives of the U.S. and Russia met in Dublin on Thursday to discuss Syria’s civil war, Reuters reported.
December 6, 2012
Protests continued in Kuwait on Wednesday night following the emir's decision to reappoint Sheikh Jaber al-Mubarak al-Sabah as prime minister.
The Egyptian army deployed tanks outside the presidential palace in Cairo on Thursday morning, according to reports.
The German cabinet has approved sending Patriot missiles to Turkey, according to reports from The Associated Press.
As violence escalates over President Morsi's controversial draft constitution, at least four were killed in clashes in Cairo on Wednesday.
December 5, 2012
The Egyptian president is forced to leave his palace in Heliopolis, Cairo, after protestors gather to vent their anger over the new constitution.
Unable to stop the shells falling on to their side of the border, Turkey calls in NATO to defend their territory.
December 3, 2012
According to reports online, President Vladimir Putin, will discuss the plans during his visit to Turkey on Monday.
According to a British newspaper, Turkish officials asked for Nato Patriot missiles to be deployed last month after intelligence came through that the Syrian government was considering using chemical weapons.
December 2, 2012
Thousands of Morsi's supporters surrounded the entrance to the Supreme Constitutional Court on Sunday to stop the country's judges from dissolving the assembly that passed his latest constitution.
The minority sect won 15 seats in polls that, the opposition say, only 26.7 per cent of people voted in.