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Middle East and North Africa has long had one of the lowest HIV prevalence rates. But things are changing.
An odd alliance between pro-democracy activists and Mubarak loyalists is raising eyebrows. Who is playing who?
Many weapons originate in the US — and the problem is getting worse.
For tens of thousands of Egyptians, Morsi is looking a bit too much like Mubarak.
As Morsi rams through a constitution, Egyptians face either dictatorship or an Islamist constitution. So they're taking to the streets.
The vast majority of Gaza’s 1 million children suffer from symptoms associated with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Despite a devastating 8-day bombardment, many Gazans say they made small, but hard-earned, victories.
For the residents of war-torn Gaza, this battle is just one in a series that will not end until Israel's occupation of the West Bank does.
Gaza residents, held captive by a blockade, say nowhere is safe as Israel's punishing offensive continues.
As Israeli air strikes continue, residents of Gaza scramble for food, electricity and safety.
A looming war with Israel could undo economic gains made by Hamas.
Gaza businessmen say Israel's pressure tactics merely help their foes in Hamas seize money and power.
Egypt President Mohamed Morsi faces diplomatic test as Egyptians call for intervention in Gaza.
Since the Arab Spring, Hamas boasts stronger regional ties.
Egyptians say Obama has failed to deliver on his promises of peace. But they also say Romney would have been worse.
Mitt Romney has accused Barack Obama of letting Egypt slip away. But is it the president’s fault?
As civilian casualties mount and refugees flood adjacent nations — and more actors enter the fray — the Syrian conflict threatens to engulf the entire region.
A year after rebels killed Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, Libya struggles to fight new demons.
Egyptians worry Mohamed Morsi lacks a sound plan for pulling the country out of its economic slump.