October 1, 2013
An Egyptian court will hear an appeal on October 22nd against its decision to ban and seize funds from all Muslim Brotherhood activities in the country.
An Egyptian soldier was killed by militants in the Sinai peninsula, bringing the deathtoll of military forces during the army's crackdown on the area to six on Monday alone.
Muslim Brotherhood leader in Suez Mohamed Mongey was sentenced to 10 years in prison by a Suez military court Monday, signalling the tough measures the new interim government is taking with members of the Islamist group following Morsi's ouster.
A new wave of campaigns in Egypt call on army chief Abdel-Fattah Al Sisi to run in upcoming presidential elections
September 30, 2013
A court in Bahrain jailed 37 Shiites for up to 15 years for carrying out "terrorist crimes" in the kingdom.
September 29, 2013
Snipers shoot dead second Egyptian soldier on Saturday as army carries out air and ground strikes on Islamist insurgents.
Computer hackers from the group, Anonymous Jordan, attacked the Prime Minister's website late Saturday leaving messages in protest against rising taxes in the Kingdom.
Cairo recalled its ambassador to Tunisia after the North African President demanded the release of former Egyptian President Morsi.
The Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy announced Saturday that Egypt's governmental transition will end "by next spring."
September 28, 2013
A spate of deadly attacks across Iraq killed eleven people. Nearly 750 people have died in September due to sectarian violence.
In a major breakthrough, Tunisia's Islamist government has agreed to step down after three weeks of negotiations with the opposition.
September 26, 2013
Barack Obama's comments at the UN are being seen by some in Egypt as a sign of US acceptance of Morsi's ouster. The speech elicited mixed reactions from Egypt on their relations with the US.
Amr Moussa, head of the new Egyptian constitution drafting committee, said Thursday that the final draft of the document will be ready before Eid Al Adha, on the 14th October.
Egyptian government forces have been pushing on with their crackdown against the Sinai peninsula, with army helicopters flying overhead as troops storm militant strongholds in the area.
Tunisia's UGTT announced planned protests for Thursday through its Facebook page Wednesday.