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Bloodshed in Syria continues despite the presence of UN observers.
Syrian forces target medical workers and hospitals, leaving the country's wounded with no place to go.
Chaos prevails in Syria as both sides blatantly ignore the UN peace plan.
Meet the roving, long-bearded dignitaries building peace among Libya’s many hostile factions. Toppling Gaddafi was the easy part.
Inside Syria's Idlib province, GlobalPost finds a population fed up with a UN-Arab League peace plan.
Former rebels look to the life of their commander to find hope for their country’s future.
Thousands of criminals released during the revolution are now probably armed. And there's nothing the police can do about it.
Deprived of free speech for 42 years, Libya struggles to figure it out.
A UN report, to be released on March 9, states that both sides of the Libyan uprising were responsible for war crimes.
Libya's rebels are both hailed as heroes and vilified as vengeful, racist vigilantes.
The Libyan revolution through the eyes of one Misrata fighter.
Torture and murder is rife in Libya's disparate, and often makeshift, prison system.
Libya's former rebels struggle to return to their normal lives.
GlobalPost travels to Bani Walid to find out.
Libya's transitional government struggles to collect guns and secure the streets.
As oil comes back online, the government tries to manage expectations
An analysis appears to confirm that a rebel fighter sodomized Gaddafi with a knife.
Crowds celebrate in squares, National Transitional Council begins work to transform Libya.
A rebel soldier at the scene says so. And so do human rights groups.
As mystery shrouds death of Gaddafi, Libyans are split as to whether it was the best outcome.