- Saudi denies Yemen rebel claims of Scud strike
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — The Saudi military says no Scud missiles have struck the country, rebutting claims by Yemeni rebels that they launched a missile targeting the kingdom.
- Tunisia chief: New security system had been set for July 1
TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — Tunisia's president says that a system of heightened security for the fasting month of Ramadan had been set to be in implemented on July 1, before the beach attack that killed 38 tourists.
- Egypt prepares for burial of slain prosecutor general
CAIRO (AP) — Egypt deployed heavy security forces across Cairo on Tuesday amid preparations for the burial of the country's prosecutor general, killed in a car bombing the day before in the first assassination of a top Egyptian official in a quarter century.
- Israeli PM lashes out at Palestinian leadership in West Bank
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel's prime minister has criticized the Palestinian leadership in the West Bank for its failure to publicly condemn a recent spate of attacks on Israelis.
- A year after Gaza war, Hamas entrenched as frustration grows
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — Emad Firi is angry. During last summer's Israel-Hamas war, a shell slammed through the roof of his house and shredded his right leg. Unable to work, Firi's son now drives his taxi but the family struggles to survive.