Tunisia marked the sixth anniversary of the fall of dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali without fanfare, after official recognition of failures on economic and social fronts.
An explosive interview with Egypt's former Vice President Mohammed ElBaradei has claimed that former French President Jacques Chirac told him US intelligence 'knew' that Iraq had no WMDs in 2003.
Protests erupted in Bahrain after three Shia men were executed for allegedly killing police officers in a bomb attack, despite concerns surrounding the evidence in the case.
Protests broke out in Bahrain on Saturday against the imminent executions of three men convicted of a deadly attack on police, which rights groups say was based on unfair trials.
Comment: Six years ago, the region was awash with hope as Arabs protested and demanded change. Today's landscape is dramatically different, but who's really to blame? asks Noor El-Terk.
In-depth: A guide to the Arab nations taking part in this year's AFCON.
Analysis: Donald Trump won't be much worse for Syrians than Obama was, but he'll be more forthright about it, writes Robin Jones.
MP Mostafa Bakry has presented an official letter to the parliament demanding that former vice president Mohamed ElBaradei be stripped of his citizenship.
Comment: Shai Masot's unguarded comments suggest that Israel's UK 'grassroots' are actually more 'astroturf'; operating effectively as front groups for Israeli state power, writes Hilary Aked
Bahrain will put to death three people for planting a bomb near Manama in 2014 which killed police and an Emirati officer.