1530 GMT: Egypt.
On Friday, throngs of protesters called for the "purging of the judiciary," as most judges were appointed by the Mubarak regime, and recent decisions have acquitted top-ranked members of the Mubarak regime of any wrongdoing.
Today, Ahram Online reports that current Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi has met with the Prosecutor-General Talaat Abdullah and the Supreme Judicial Council today, a day after the Justice Minister resigned.
1335 GMT: Egypt
A Cairo criminal court has accepted the prosecution's appeal against a release order for former President Hosni Mubarak in his trial on graft charges.
Mubarak, who was in court for the hearing, will remain detained for at least a 15-day period pending further investigation into the case.
The judge ruled against the release because the order was issued by the misdemeanor court, which has no jurisdiction over the matter.