Abbas: Hamas Coup Has 'Implications'PA Chairman says that Israel's exposure of a planned Hamas coup "is a real danger to the unity of the Palestinian people."
U.S. Suspends Military Assistance to ThailandUnited States suspends $3.5 million in military assistance for Thailand, a response to the army staging a coup in the country.
Thai Army Stages CoupMartial law escalates to all-out coup, announced by army chief on state TV. Citizens forbidden to gather; UN warns to respect human rights.
Libya: Army Calls for Suspension of ParliamentLibyan military calls for parliament to be suspended, presidential committee to rule amidst rumors of coup.
Obama Won't Define Egypt Situation as a 'Coup'U.S. does not plan on defining the overthrow of Egypt’s government as a coup, which would require cutting off of aid.
What's in a Name?US government in a quandary over how to define Morsi's ouster by military junta due to academic, political and financial considerations.
White House Cautious on EgyptWhite House spokesman says the U.S. needs to review what happened in Egypt, when asked if Obama sees the regime change as a coup.
Israel Closely, Quietly Monitors EgyptIsrael is closely monitoring developments in Egypt and minding its diplomatic manners as a new regime begins to take form.
Morsi Offers to Form Interim Coalition GovernmentEgyptian President Mohammed Morsi offers to form an interim coalition government.
Turkey: 3 Ex-Generals Given 20 YearsThree Turkish ex-generals accused of plotting to overthrow the government given life sentences which are commuted to 20 years.
Ousted Mali President 'Free and Unharmed'After six days of speculation over the fate of toppled president Amadou Toumani Toure in Mali, the president says he is 'doing well'