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After a violent raid on rights groups, some say Egypt's military has gone too far.
Damascus bombing that killed top Syrian officials met with joy and skepticism among Syrian activists.
No one is quite sure. But Afghans along the border are paying the price.
Unrest and violence in North Sinai could threaten a fragile regional stability.
Using Twitter and text messaging, the Taliban try to control the message in Afghanistan.
All Egyptians really care about is the economy. But the top candidates seem to have few solutions.
Egypt's protesters, hardened by a series of broken promises and violent crackdowns, have dropped almost entirely the pretense of a peaceful revolution.
The new president appears to be taking a page from the old strongman Hosni Mubarak.
Muslim Brotherhood-backed President Mohamed Morsi boldly seizes power from Egypt’s powerful military. Can he survive?
Egypt President Mohamed Morsi might be the most enigmatic man in the Middle East.
As violence spirals out of control, here's why the Egyptian military isn't revolting.
Egypt President Mohamed Morsi faces diplomatic test as Egyptians call for intervention in Gaza.
The US is suddenly competing for influence over its most stalwart ally in the Middle East.
It started as a democratic uprising. Now, it’s a transnational war on Syrian turf.
Egypt has a long history of using humor to survive tough times, but Bassem Youssef drew criticism for his more direct, "American format" of satire.
Since the Arab Spring, Hamas boasts stronger regional ties.
The city of Tanta erupts with anger after one of its own, the prominent activist Mohamed Al Guindy, died, allegedly at the hands of police.
Hamas once stalked Gazaâ€™s streets, searching for canoodling couples or risquÃ© outfits. Now, locals say, the Gaza Strip is a much more liberal place.
As Egypt loses its grip on the Nile and its population soars, food and water scarcity are becoming a serious problem.
General Petraeus will leave behind an Afghanistan mired in uncertainty.