January 5, 2014
The series of car bombs throughout the Middle East in recent weeks are just not independent, random acts. Rather, the increase in violent chaos throughout the region may imply a weakening or shift away from meaningful diplomacy to resolve conflicts nationally, regionally, and internationally.
A Saudi Arabian Airlines jet was forced to make an emergency landing Sunday leaving 29 injured.
Tunisia's parliament sucessfully adopted Article 1 of its new constitution this weekend that stipulated that the Quran will not be the "main" source of law in the country.
January 4, 2014
Egypt summoned the Qatari ambassador in Cairo on Saturday following concerns expressed by the Gulf state over the crackdown on Islamist demonstrators.
January 3, 2014
At least two protesters were killed as Muslim Brotherhood supporters clashed with Egyptian security forces in Cairo and several other cities on Friday, Al Arabiya correspondent reported, quoting a security source.
January 2, 2014
Police arrested four suspected terrorists, members of a banned organization, during a raid in Sidi Bouzid.
Libya is planning to resume oil production at its El Sharara oil field this week.
Political deadlock has brought protest and turmoil to Tunisia over the past six months, and it is showing no sign of abating ahead of the Jan. 14 constitution draft deadline.
The third trial of former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi has been set for Jan. 28 in Cairo.
With all the protests and violent crackdowns reported around Egypt's Al Azhar University, we take a look at what's really going on among the walls of the the world's oldest Islamic learning institution.
Turkish authorities seized a truck en route to Syria that was carrying weapons Thursday and three people were arrested in the incident.
Morocco authorities told reporters that they have dismantled a "terrorist cell" responsible for sending fighters to Syria.
Violent clashes between Islamists and police authorities in Egypt's Alexandria late Wednesday left two people dead.
January 1, 2014
Suspected militants in Egypt's Sinai on Tuesday blew up a gas pipeline that feeds an industrial area.
Ministry in Bahrain claim that Imams should "condemn terrorism from the religious, legal and human points of view,".