January 21, 2014
Despite efforts of reconciliation between Sunni Salafists and Houthi groups in the region, a leader of the Shi'ite Muslim Houthi group was assassinated Tuesday.
Egypt's interior minister call on Egyptians to congregate in public squares across the country on Saturday to celebrate the third anniversary of the January 25 revolution.
January 20, 2014
Egypt is still unclear about its future following last week's ratification of a newly-amended constitution.
Growing sectarian unrest in Algeria's southern town of Ghardia is turning violent, leaving one person dead and several injured Monday.
Violent clashes between rebels and gunmen from north Yemen's Hashid tribes resulted in the deaths of 22 people over 48 hours, tribal sources reported Monday.
January 19, 2014
The United Arab Emirates has begun the process of imposing mandatory military service for adult males for up to two years, the country’s prime minister said Sunday.
Egypt's electoral committee on Saturday announced that the new, post-June 30 constitution was approved by 98.1 percent of voters.
Libya declared a state of emergency this weekend in response to fresh clashes in the country's southern region.
January 18, 2014
Egyptian authorities are expected to announce on Saturday the official results of this week's referendum on a new constitution, a day after clashes between security forces and Islamist protesters killed four people.
January 17, 2014
Egyptian security forces shot dead three protester on Friday during mass nationwide rallies against the military-backed authorities and a draft constitution that was voted on this week in a popular referendum.
Initial results indicate that 40 percent of registered Egyptian voters took part in the constitutional referendum this week, the state television reported.
January 16, 2014
A senior Egyptian government official said that initial reports show that more than 80 percent of Egyptian voters have backed the new constitution, while another said that the country's next president must "be a civilian".
Only three months after the mass government forced exodus of Saudi's expats, many illegal workers have returned to the streets seeking new ways to earn a living.
Egyptians headed to polling stations on Tuesday and Wednesday to vote on a newly-amended national charter, which improves upon the 2012 version that was frozen upon the ouster of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi.
January 15, 2014
Egypt's foreign ministry said Wednesday that over the course of the voting on the country's new constitution, nearly 250 Muslim Brotherhood supporters had been arrested for trying to disrupt the process.