April 2, 2013
Saudi Arabia began deporting thousands of Yemeni workers from the Kingdom on Monday, following a change in the law.
6 political prisoners were released from a prison in Khartoum on Tuesday, after President Bashir promised to set all political detainees free in a speech to parliament on Monday
The UN General Assembly is set to pass the first global arms treaty, despite blocking action from Syria, Iran and North Korea last week
April 1, 2013
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir announced that he's to release political prisoners in the country as tensions with South Sudan relax
The Saudi Royal Court announced on Monday that the 81 year old prince had passed away
A Saudi, Pakistani and Bidoon (stateless) were executed on Monday for murder
March 31, 2013
Jordan’s King Abdullah II and Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas sign an agreement confirming their “common goal to defending” Jerusalem and its sacred sites against attempts to Judaise the Holy City.
Bassem Youssef was released on bail of LE 15,000 ($2,200) after questioning from Egypt's prosecutor-general
Bassem Youssef arrived at the prosecutor-general's office sporting a comically oversized replica of a hat worn by Egypt President Mohamed Morsi
Egypt’s Suez Canal Authority says inspectors did not find arms in a Tanzanian-flagged ship carrying an Iranian cargo destined for Syria.
The head of Egypt's Shura Council Human Rights Committee, condemned Human Rights Watch’s criticism of a draft law on demonstrations, saying they “hindered” the right to peaceful assembly.
March 30, 2013
Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour and his 18-man cabinet are sworn in in front of King Abdullah.
March 29, 2013
Four demonstrators are arrested and dozens more injured as protests continue outside Egypt's Interior Ministry.
March 28, 2013
After facing trial for treating anti-government protestors, 21 medics have their sentenced overturned by Bahrain's appeal court.
Jordan's Prime Minister-designate, Abdullah Ensour, has said that should one million Syrian refugees seek safety in his country, the situation would be "catastrophic"