November 15, 2013
Morsi moved to solitary confinement after his ten days in a hospital. The continuation of his trial is expected to start next week.
November 14, 2013
As possible flames of progress lessen between Egypt and US, Russia shows up as "available" for talks as a comforting rebound. Despite any rumors, Egypt is not expected to stray too far from the US.
Long-delayed Geneva II conference aimed at ending Syria's civil war will take place on December 12.
5 Palestinians suffer smoke inhalation in Ramallah area when suspected Jewish extremists set fire to a Palestinian house.
An Egyptian court Wednesday sentenced 12 Morsi supporters to 17 years in prison each on charges that they attacked the Sunni Islamic University, al-Azhar, and Egypt and Russia met for the second day in Cairo in a landmark visit to renew relations between the two countries.
During a rare live appearance from Beirut's southern suburb neighborhood of Rweiss on November 13, 2013. Nasrallah argued that failure to strike a deal with ally Iran over its nuclear programme would spell 'war in the region.'
Turkey's foreign ministry says it has asked NATO to extend for a year the deployment of Patriot missiles along the Syrian border.
November 13, 2013
Egypt's ousted Islamist president Mohammed Morsi is planning on suing the army-installed government authorities over his removal from office in July, his lawyer told reporters on Wednesday.
Next week will bring a final decision on whether Mubarak will be released from house arrest or continue his detention.
Saudi Arabia officially turned down its seat on the UN Security Council as the Kingdom's envoy sent UN Chief Ban Ki-moon a letter informing the international body of its decision.
Egyptian Defence Minister Abdel Fattah Al Sisi and his Russian counterpart are set to meet on Wednesday to discuss military cooperation between the two countries.
Saudi Arabia won a seat on the UN Human Rights Council Tuesday despite KSA's recent crackdown in the last weeks on foreign workers.
Egyptian police arrested former minister Bassem Ouda Tuesday as part of the government's months-long crackdown on affiliates of the former Islamist president Mohammed Morsi
November 12, 2013
An Egyptian court ordered the nationwide emergency curfew to end Tuesday, two days before it was set to expire.
Egyptian presidential adviser Mostafa Hegazy said Tuesday that the final draft constitution is expected to be complete on December 3 and will put it to a referendum by the end of January.