March 31, 2013
Egypt’s Suez Canal Authority says inspectors did not find arms in a Tanzanian-flagged ship carrying an Iranian cargo destined for Syria.
The head of Egypt's Shura Council Human Rights Committee, condemned Human Rights Watch’s criticism of a draft law on demonstrations, saying they “hindered” the right to peaceful assembly.
March 30, 2013
Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour and his 18-man cabinet are sworn in in front of King Abdullah.
March 29, 2013
Four demonstrators are arrested and dozens more injured as protests continue outside Egypt's Interior Ministry.
March 28, 2013
After facing trial for treating anti-government protestors, 21 medics have their sentenced overturned by Bahrain's appeal court.
Jordan's Prime Minister-designate, Abdullah Ensour, has said that should one million Syrian refugees seek safety in his country, the situation would be "catastrophic"
After months of planning, the embassy opens one day after the rebel coalition are given their own seat at the Arab League for the first time.
The 31 year old tourist was arrested Monday in Luxor, Upper Egypt
March 27, 2013
The five students had been attacked by a mob at their university before being arrested on March 12.
Mohamed Morsi's decision to sack the prosecutor general has been overturned by an Egyptian court, who ordered that he be reinstated.
Egyptian President says parliamentary polls will likely be held in the Autumn, after a court ruling overturned the decision to hold them in April.
The fives youngsters were allegedly attacked by 200 other students and are being held without charge.
March 26, 2013
Draft resolution calls for a peaceful transfer of power in Syria.
The Egyptian state news agency has reported the release of the pair, who were held captive for four days.
Egypt's most senior prosecutor orders the arrest of five leading activists after last week's clashes near the Muslim Brotherhood's headquarters.