World Bulletin / News Desk
Erian, the deputy leader of the Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice party, was taken into custody from a residence in New Cairo where he had been in hiding.
"Yes, he's been arrested and details will soon be released," the source told Reuters.
The state news agency MENA said Erian was arrested in New Cairo but gave no further details.
Local media circulated a photo of what they described as the moment he was arrested, showing a smiling Erian standing next to a bed with two packed duffle bags.
The Muslim Brotherhood Group was banned and many of its leaders have been detained and charged with inciting violence since the army, prompted by mass protests, deposed president Mohamed Morsi on July 3.
Turkish Cypriots have rights to natural resources of Cyprus and will not give them up: Minister of Environment and Natural Resources of Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus
Ethiopia and Egypt are in the middle of diplomatic rapprochement to narrow their differences over the construction of a multi-billion hydroelectric dam on the Nile.
Protesters marched in more than 200 cities across the world Thursday, including more than 40 U.S. cities.
Israeli authorities allowed Muslim worshippers of all ages into the mosque following a meeting in Amman between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Jordan's King Abdullah II and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.
About 1,000 demonstrators protest the death sentences of three Jamaat-e-Islam opposition leaders from Bangladeshi.
Compaore was forced to step down after 27 years in power amid massive street protests against a proposed constitutional amendment
The city centre remains under the control of Iraqi government forces but outlying neighbourhoods have been seized by the fighters.
The village just about 26 km from Maiduguri, the capital city of Borno State
Col. Than Aung, minister of border security in Kachin State, said the army was not aware that training was going on in the area and that the site was not the intended target,
The fighters were locked in street fighting with government troops in the city centre overnight and were pushed back to the outskirts, activists said
Lavrov said "We got assurances from the high representative of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea that Pyongyang is ready for the restart of six-party talks, without pre-conditions."
General Lloyd Austin, the head of U.S. troops in the Middle East, recommended starting the effort using resources already available to him
Mitchell explained that the region was far more tense than it had been in previous years.
Three of the detainees were sent to the Republic of Georgia, the U.S. military said in a statement, while two were sent to Slovakia.
The protesting troops were part of the New Forces rebellion that fought to bring Ouattara, who defeated Gbagbo's in a 2010 runoff poll, to power three years ago.
Jordan arrested the deputy head of the country's Muslim Brotherhood for criticising the UAE's move to designate the political movement and its local affiliates a terrorist group