Jordanian security authorities announced Sunday they have arrested 103 Jihadists Salafists who clashed with police Friday, injuring over 80 of them.
Egyptian former President Hosni Mubarak is still in Sharm El-Sheikh Hospital along with his wife Suzanne.
The Public Prosecution interrogated Sunday Alaa and Gamal, sons of former President Hosni Mubarak, in Tura jail to complete previous interrogations
Egypt will put on trial the former prime minister and his finance minister on charges of profiteering and squandering public funds.
Troops loyal to Gadhafi on Sunday shelled the rebel-held city of Ajdabiya, a strategic eastern town that has been the scene of fierce fighting in recent weeks.
Australian Defense Minister admitted there is a "distinct possibility" the federal government will face a compensation bill over claims of sexual abuse inside the Defense Force.
Japan's prime minister says he deeply regrets the crisis at a radiation-leaking nuclear plant.
An Egyptian court on Saturday ordered the dissolution of former President Hosni Mubarak's political party.
The Egyptian supreme administrative court ordered on Saturday to dissolve the former ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) and hand its assets to the government, the state TV reported.
A 5.3-magnitude aftershock struck New Zealand South Island city of Christchurch on Saturday, causing damage to buildings and roads.
US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is in ROK to discuss the effort to get DPRK back to nuclear disarmament talks.
An aftershock jolted Japan on Saturday hours after the country's nuclear safety agency ordered plant operators to beef up their earthquake-preparedness systems to prevent a recurrence of the nuclear crisis roiling the region north of Tokyo.