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A protester was shot dead, and another four were wounded in the Yemeni city of Aden while Sanaa's citizens call on their president to leave

An Iraqi television channel that carried live footage of protests against the autonomous Kurdish region's dominant political bloc was attacked early on Sunday, its owner said

A suicide attack targets a police base in the Somali capital killing at least nine

The death of a 17-year-old Kurdistan boy becomes the region's third fatality after thousands took to the streets to protest against corruption

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The United States calls on Tripoli to allow peaceful protests and denounces the use of force

Four African presidents headed to the Ivory Coast Monday in a new effort to break a nearly three-month impasse over the leadership of the country after disputed elections, amid mounting tensions.

A group of Kuwaiti writers and journalists urged the government on Monday to reopen the office of Qatar's Al-Jazeera news channel closed more than two months ago

Hundreds of Yemeni students demonstrated on Sunday outside the Sanaa university campus on the eighth straight day of anti-regime protests in the capital

Clashes pitting Somali soldiers backed by African Union forces against Al Qaeda-linked insurgents raged for a second day in Mogadishu Sunday, bringing the civilian toll to 15 for the weekend

Imprisoned Syrian blogger Kamal Sheikho goes on hunger strike

Jordan's Abdullah II calls for quick reforms in an effort to calm widespread public discontent

Algeria's foreign minister is not convinced anti-government protests that toppled rulers in Tunisia and Cairo will spread to his country as part of a domino effect

Saudi king Abdullah is reportedly returning from operations in New York Wednesday

A man who torched himself in front of Senegal's presidential palace in a protest over his army pension died on Sunday

As death toll continues to rise in the North African state reports of a 'massacre' are reigning high

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Libyan authorities claimed to have foiled an attempt to setting oil wells on fire

The largest defence exhibition in the region opened in the UAE as military expenditure continues to rise and tensions increase

Iranian opposition leader asks judiciary to be put on trial following pro-government protests calling for him to be hanged

Around 2,000 Palestinians gathered in the West Bank city of Ramallah on Sunday to protest the US veto that nixed a Security Council resolution on Israeli settlements

Rights groups calls on Kuwait's government to release protesters from bedouins' community

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