September 20, 2013
Tunisia's ruling Islamist-led government announced Friday its acceptance of a UGTT-drafted plan to hold national dialogues with opposition figures, reform the government cabinet, and hold new elections.
Security forces have been "hunting" for Morsi supporters in the town of Kerdasa Friday, after storming the town Thursday for the first time since August 14th.
At least 40 personnel were killed Friday from al-Qaeda attacks in southern Yemen.
September 19, 2013
51 suspected Islamists have been arrested in Cairo's Kerdasa district over their alleged involvement in an assault on a police station that killed 11 officers.
Turkey closed its Oncupinar border gate on Thursday due to clashes between Free Syrian Army and Al-Qaeda affiliated rebel groups in the frontier town of Azaz.
Bahrain's Prime Minister calls for new security guidelines "to protect all" after clashes in Dair and Duraz and the opposition boycott of the National Dialogue shake the country's stability.
At least one police officer was killed in the outskirts of Cairo on Thursday when security forces launched an operation against armed Islamist groups in the capital's Kerdasah district.
September 18, 2013
Former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi's legal team said the ousted leader spoke to his family for the first time since June 30, when he was removed from office, last week.
Egypt might adopt a mixed political system after decades of presidential system, fearing a slip back to authoritarian rule. The new system would ensure balance of powers between the executive and legislative powers.
September 17, 2013
17 supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi were arrested in Cairo on Tuesday while they were attempting to block the Cairo metro.
Egypt is planning to adjust curfews from August protests in fourteen governorates to accommodate students starting the school year this Saturday.
September 16, 2013
A roadside bomb in the Sinai peninsula injured 10 Egyptian soldiers on Monday, as the army launches a major offensive against militant groups in the area.
The spokesperson for the Egyptian army said Monday that it will continue to launch offensives against the Sinai peninsula until militant forces have been completely eradicated from the area.
September 15, 2013
The Egyptian army is continuing its crack down on militant groups in the Sinai peninsula, raiding several villages near the Rafah border with Palestine.
Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has reportedly blamed the US for starting the uprising that ousted him from power, charging that it began in 2005 and not 2011.