July 8, 2013
Military spokesman Ahmed Aly said in a press conference Monday that armed groups attacked army and police forces Monday.
Egypt's top cleric Ahmed al-Tayyeb says he will go into seclusion until Egyptian violence ceases.
Protesters gathered in Tripoli Sunday, calling for the disbanding of the capital's militias.
On the anniversary of civil war in Yemen, thousands of people gathered Sunday to demand the independence of South Yemen.
Two Egyptian soldiers kidnapped by supporters of deposed President Morsi have managed to escape their captors.
A Syrian government official claims a contested part of Homs has been captured from the rebels. The rebels have denied this.
Egypt's daggers at dawn: Early morning Cairo - the city that doesn't sleep- reports a morning slaughter leaving 34 killed outside Cairo’s army headquarters
Hundreds of thousands take to the streets to uphold former president Mohamed Morsi's ouster as political figures mull post of prime minister
July 7, 2013
Israel's cabinet has approved a bill curbing conscription exemptions from the ultra Orthodox student communities
Ziad Bahaa El-Din, founder of the Egyptian Social Democratic Party, has been offered the post of Egypt's Prime Minister, over ElBaradei who has reportedly since been offered the job of VP
Egyptian security forces have arrested a suspect accused of throwing anti-Morsi protesters off a building in Alexandria
Extremist cleric Abu Qatada pleaded not guilty to terror charges in Jordan having arrived in the Kingdom from the UK
Speculation was rife last night in Egypt as early news that Mohamed ElBaradei would be Egypt's interim premier was later refuted with suggestions that Salafists vetoed his appointment
Jordanian-Palestinian extremist cleric Abu Qatada has arrived in Jordan after he was deported by the UK government
Four senior members of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood were detained on charges of inciting the killing of anti-Morsi protesters on Saturday