Syrian Regime Levels Down Entire Neighbourhoods

The regime’s intense shelling and bombardment continued to target revolting areas in a desperate bid to end the revolution

Muslim Brotherhood's Mohammed Morsi Declared Egypt's President

Muslim Brotherhood member Mohammed Morsi was on Sunday declared the first president of Egypt since a popular uprising ousted strongman Hosni Mubarak, the head of the electoral commission announced

NATO to Meet after Turkey Accuses Syria of Downing Jet in Int’l Airspace

NATO said it will hold an emergency meeting after Ankara on Sunday accused Syria of downing a Turkish jet in international airspace, raising fears that tensions could soar in the tinderbox region

Egypt tense ahead of presidential poll result

Tensions were high in Egypt on Sunday as the country anxiously awaited the result of the presidential run-off vote

 

Egypt to Announce Presidential Poll Result Sunday

Egypt's electoral commission will announce the results of a presidential poll pitting Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammed Mursi against ex-premier Ahmed Shafiq on Sunday

Weekly Campaign to Expel Syrian Ambassador Launched in Tripoli

A demonstration was held by a number of Syrian refugees and Lebanese nationals in the northern city of Tripoli in support of the Syrian revolution, reported the pan-Arab daily Asharq al-Awsat on Saturday

Turkish Warplane Vanishes over Syria Border

The Turkish army announced Friday that it lost contact with a Turkish fighter jet over the border with Syria, according to media reports

Syrian Jet Makes Emergency Landing in Jordan, Pilot Seeks Asylum

Jordan said on Thursday a Syrian pilot has sought asylum in the kingdom after landing his fighter jet at a northern military air base

Regime Besieging Homs Again, Iran and Russia Send Warships

Regime forces continued to lay siege on the city of Homs with thousands of civilians trapped inside as the bombarding has been ongoing for months

Mubarak Suffers Stroke after Heart Defibrillated

Egypt's ousted strongman Hosni Mubarak suffered a stroke in prison on Tuesday as authorities mulled transferring him to hospital

UK Insurer Stops Russian Ship over Syria Arms Claims

A British marine insurer said Tuesday that it had cancelled cover for a Russian ship because of allegations that the vessel was carrying attack helicopters destined for Syria

Salman bin Abdul Aziz Named Saudi Arabia's New Crown Prince

Saudi King Abdullah named his half-brother Prince Salman as heir to the throne on Monday following the death of crown prince Nayef

Saudi Crown Prince Nayef Dies

Saudi Crown Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz, a half-brother of King Abdullah and the kingdom's long-serving interior minister, died on Saturday, state television announced

Jumblat Says Neither March 8 nor March 14 Can Make Changes in Syria

local Lebanese parties won’t be able to change anything in the Syrian crisis

Regime Levels Down Entire Cities

The Assad regime continued to massacre civilians by randomly shelling entire cities with artillery and missiles

Regime Invades City of Haffeh Amid Fears of Massacres

Regime forces invaded again the city of Haffeh and its surrounding villages in the province of Latakia

Foreign Ministry to Set up Hotline for Lebanese Expats

The Foreign Ministry will establish a hotline for the Lebanese expats across the world

Regime Violence Escalates Triggering More Massacres

The regime intensified its violence across the country after the international community’s inability to stop it, as it killed over 101 today

Hundreds of Defections in the Syrian Army

 The highest rates of defections within the ranks of the Syrian Army have been registered this week, as the numbers of defectors reached hundreds in the province of Idlib and the city of Homs

New Syrian National Council Leader: Assad Regime on 'Last Legs’

The government of President Bashar Assad is on its "last legs" and has lost control of several cities