Egyptian journalist and talk-show host Yosri Fouda was hospitalized in Cairo after suffering a fractured neck in a car accident, Ahram Online reported Monday.
One of John Kerry's first trips, should he be approved as secretary of state, will be to Israel and the Palestinian territories, Israeli officials say.
Two journalists have been killed in recent days while covering the civil war in Syria, their media organizations say.
The Arabic al-Jazeera news network said one of its cameramen covering the civil war in Libya was shot and killed Sunday.
Egypt Sunday revoked al-Jazeera's license and forced the television network to shut down its bureau in Cairo, the Egyptian Information Ministry said.
A Palestinian mob, angry at an al-Jazeera report on concessions allegedly made to Israel, vandalized the network's office, onlookers said.
Activists say Kuwait must immediately revoke its order that indefinitely closed an al-Jazeera office and canceled the network's correspondents' accreditation.
Al-Qaida reportedly has issued a video marking the seventh anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attack on the United States.
Tensions in the Middle East and Central Asia prompted the rulers in Qatar to persuade al-Jazeera to soften its rhetoric against Saudi Arabia.
The Arab satellite channel al-Jazeera is being criticized for broadcasting a message in which Osama bin Laden admits al-Qaida made mistakes in Iraq.