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Thousands of Egyptians descended on Cairo's Tahrir Square to protest on Friday. Or was it hundreds of thousands?
The opposition unites against a new common enemy: the transitional government.
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood will make a rare appearance at a rally on Friday.
Protesters in Suez torched police vehicles and threw stones at government buildings, in the latest sign of tension between Egyptians and their transitional government.
The world's second-largest restaurant chain is converting vegetable oil from its frying vats into biodiesel to power its UAE fleet of delivery trucks.
A new online video from Syria shows a cameraman getting shot by a sniper.
A new survey found that residents in the United Arab Emirates are in credit card debt - big time. And a majority of those who owe money have even received "threatening calls" from the country's police.
For Egypt's most marginalized population, the revolution only made things harder.
Protests turned violent near Cairo's Tahrir Square on Tuesday night, exactly five months after Egypt's bloody "Day of Rage" sparked a revolution.
Libya's government has begun training women to become "killing machines" to defend Gaddafi's regime from rebels fighters and the NATO bombing campaign, now entering its 100th day.
Iran's "morality police" are on high alert this summer for mini-skirts, mullets, and men who wear necklaces. Could denim be the next fashion to be deemed "un-Islamic" in Iran?
Egypt's military-led interim leaders are sponsoring a new presidential poll on the group's Facebook page. But do the results actually mean anything?
Tunisia's former president now claims he was "tricked" into fleeing the country by a pilot who flew him to Saudi Arabia during the January uprising.
Mubarak's lawyer told reporters that his client's health conditions are worsening, with just over a month before the ex-president is scheduled to face trial.
King Mohamed’s reform proposal has so far failed to win over young protesters.
Several videos of Saudi women driving their own cars have appeared in social media on Friday's rare act of protest, less than a month after another female was arrested after posting her driving experience on YouTube.
Although the worst is over, security issues continue to plague the country.
Public outrage has forced organizers of the London Games to hold off on an offer to sell hundreds of event tickets to one of the Libyan leader's sons - for now.
An appeals court in Tunisia upheld a ruling that will block all access to internet pornography, prompting new fears of political repression in the country that sparked the Arab Spring
Egyptians arrest Israeli/American trying to recruit agents, foment discord.