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4 French journalists freed in Syria give reason for hope
4 French journalists freed in Syria after 10 months
Watch Palestinian youths dance to the Gaza version of 'Happy' (VIDEO)
This hilarious dance craze is sweeping Saudi Arabia
Birds, snakes, and throwing meat: Superstition and black magic in Pakistan
Day 1,128: The UN can't get its act together, and Syria is a bad place to be young
This Iranian mother did something extraordinary for her son's killer right before his execution
Day 1,127: Remember the Arsenal soccer player among Syria's rebels? Analysts have been studying his accent
Israelis flee Israel for Passover, irony abounds
Day 1,126: What just happened on the Jordan-Syria border?
An Egyptian court sentences 119 supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsi to prison
Court bans Muslim Brotherhood members from running in Egypt's elections
From Kathmandu to Jerusalem, how Jews around the world are celebrating Passover
Iraq shuts down its notorious Abu Ghraib prison
These 12 leaders were targets of hilarious shoe attacks for not so hilarious reasons
Day 1,125: What a monastery looks like after becoming a battleground
You see sexual harassment: Do you call the police, or tie up the perpetrator yourself?
Day 1,124: Stomach-turning reports of torture in Syria
A foreign health worker died of MERS and five others were infected in UAE
Day 1,121: How much help is the US really giving Syria's rebels?
Day 1,120: Rebel infighting kills 24 while government forces take another town
Columnists confused: The third intifada they've been predicting hasn't arrived
Egypt has arrested a journalist it claims works for Al Jazeera
Day 1,119: The Syrian conflict is filled with ... Australians?
A new idea out of Turkey: Using Twitter to verify election results
UN warns drought could push millions more Syrians into hunger
Day 1,118: US and Turkey call claims Turkey manufactured Syria's chemical attack "baseless"
Palestinians are not impressed by these peace talks
Can Hollywood and a handful of journalists save the planet from climate change? Let's hope so
Day 1,117: Tony Blair thinks the West should have intervened in Syria
Netanyahu says he wants peace but not 'at any price'
The UK is investigating the Muslim Brotherhood. Saudi Arabia might be the reason
Day 1,114: The Armenian community is officially angry about Syria
Day 1,113: Meet Lebanon's millionth Syrian refugee
What the heck just happened with the Israel-Palestine peace talks?
Day 1,112: Lebanon's still not looking great
What different countries view as their biggest threats (INFOGRAPHIC)
Two people killed in bomb blasts near Cairo University
This Arab man is against the release of Israel's Palestinian prisoners
These 11 countries are banning certain baby names because you can't be trusted
Day 1,111: Syrian artists complete mural; rebels comment on Kim Kardashian
Kerry returns to the Middle East to salvage flailing peace talks
Day 1,110: Finally, a happy photo labeled 'Syria'
Day 1,109: Spanish journalists freed as conflict threatens to spread
Day 1,108: A map showing the loss of Syria's heritage, and a video of Asma al-Assad
Three people were killed in protests in Egypt
Obama talked with the Saudi king about Syria, Iran and the Middle East peace process
This map shows you just how much damage the Syrian conflict has done to its (and our) heritage
Day 1,107: Will this be the greatest tragedy of the Syria conflict?
This prisoner exchange is different: Palestinians want an Israeli released
5 reasons why Tunisia should give us all hope
The Turkish elections, as seen from a campaign van
Twitter’s blocked. YouTube’s blocked. But Turkey’s political cartoons remain
Day 1,106: "Are you a good rebel or a bad rebel?"
What a Sisi presidency in Egypt would look like
Here are the cheapest and most expensive places in the world to get your vice on
Egypt's army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi resigns to run for president
Day 1,105: Syrian rebels reach the sea
Albania has an Al Qaeda problem. And it's starting to fight back
Iraq's electoral commission board quits just weeks before general election
Egypt puts Muslim Brotherhood leader and 682 others on trial
Day 1,104: Did the international community 'betray' the Syrian opposition?
Archaeologists unveil two colossal pharaoh statues in Egypt
Day 1,103: Syrian rebels take "last remaining Armenian village in the Middle East"
Egyptian court sentences 529 Muslim Brotherhood members to death
Day 1,102: Turkey shoots down Syria plane while clashes erupt in Beirut
Day 1,101: Jordan's king tells Lebanese to get out of Syria
Iran celebrates Nowruz, or Persian New Year, with hopes for a revived economy
Day 1,100: What if your son wants to go fight in Syria?
Israel's got 99 problems. Are you one of them?
Turkey bans Twitter: Here's why
Over half Syria's chemical arms surrendered
Jordan intercepts drugs, arms haul from Syria
As long as Syria is at war, Iraq has a problem
Day 1,099: So much for that castle
On Iran nuclear talks: 'Nothing is agreed until everything is agreed'
Day 1,098: Enter Israel
'Leaning in' while wearing a niqab
GlobalPost announces second annual GroundTruth fellowship for Middle East reporting
UN says war crimes evidence in Syria is solid enough for indictment
Three years of conflict in Syria
Meet the civilians who fled Syria's last rebel stronghold
Day 1,096: What does the fall of Yabroud mean for the Syria conflict?
In Saudi Arabia, Indonesian maids are on death row for sorcery
Here's a chart to help you understand how many people are dying in Syria
48 hours on the streets with Istanbul's protesters
Syria has agreed to give more access to aid groups to provide supplies: UNICEF
Day 1,093: Death toll now at 146,065
In Cairo, it doesn't take much to get you hauled off the street, tossed in prison, and tortured
Syria's war is about to enter its fourth year. The death toll has exceeded 146,000
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