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Israel allowed Gaza to export snack bars to the West Bank, but it's unlikely it means the territory will see a resurgence in economic activity.
At least 185 Yemeni government troops were killed by Al Qaeda forces yesterday.
Security officials say weapons from Libya's civil war are streaming back across the border into Egypt.
Matt Harding, known for dancing his happy, YouTube-famous jig around the world, was told to leave Tahrir Square.
An ultraconservative Islamist member of parliament has been suspended from his party after reportedly lying about a nose job.
With the US out of the picture, what comes next for Egyptian civil society?
In the midst of a highly-politicized trial of foreign and Egyptian NGO workers, are Egypt's judges free from political meddling?
On the run for more than a decade, why did Mohammed Ibrahim Makkawi return to Egypt?
More controversy in the case against employees of US-funded NGOs as trial judges recuse themselves.
The death toll is rising fast in Syria. Analysts weigh in on the web.
Egypt began its trial of 43 pro-democracy activists yesterday. In one powerful image, a defendant is captured reading anti-authoritarian author, George Orwell, while waiting in the dock.
Amid heightened xenophobia in Egypt, an otherwise normal government interview is thwarted by spokesman's suspicion of foreign press.
A high-profile trial against US-funded NGOs kicks off in Cairo to scenes of mayhem.
Hamas has turned against Syria, its longtime patron. Just how important is the move?
Gallup is out with a new poll measuring Egypt's take on Syria and other Arab uprisings.
Two foreign journalists and a Syrian reporter killed in Homs amid intensified crackdown.
It might seem silly, but the Facebook debate over policemen's beards reveals a long-held suspicion of Islamists by Egypt's security forces.
Much of Gaza is in the dark again this week. But who's to blame?
Stakes are high in the struggle for the interior ministry, which many say will be post-revolution Egypt's ultimate power broker.
For years, Anthony Shadid called Cairo home. Egyptian activists and journalists react to his death on Twitter.