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Can Egypt's stalwart activists revive last year's protest movement, this time against the military?
Maikel Nabil, a young Egyptian blogger, is released after 10 months in prison. But his views are still unpopular with many of his otherwise progressive peers.
Egypt's emergency law, long a tool of government repression, may be lifted.
Egypt's parliament is now tasked with appointing an assembly to draft the country’s new constitution. But under a rocky, military-led transition, the body’s actual powers remain unclear.
HRW announced the release of its annual World Report 2012 in Cairo today.
Armed with projectors and damning video, Egypt's activists combat state media.
A delegation from the International Monetary Fund concluded its visit to Egypt, where it assessed whether or not the country is ready to take on billions in international loans.
Reports say Hamas is on its way out of Damascus. Is it angering Iran, its longtime patron?
Cairo's streets are abuzz with talk of a revolution redux on the first anniversary of Egypt's uprising on Jan. 25.
Casualties in Syria are on the rise, as are the calls to intervene.
Scientists say rocks from Mars landed in the North African nation last July.
Mubarak trial has emerged as a symbol for how Egypt is faring and will fare in the future.
Rumors of an impending fuel shortage send Egypt drivers to the pumps in droves. But are they making it worse?
Fresh demonstrations again shed light on Kuwait's 'bidoon', or stateless residents.
In another show of strength, Al Qaeda fighters overrun a Yemeni town.
Concern lingers as the armed forces announces a timetable for presidential elections.
It might not be Cairo's Tahrir Square, but low-level protests are taking place in politically restricted Saudi Arabia.
Egypt's military may want to retain "special privileges" in new democracy, he said
In the latest cyber-attack on Israel, Gaza group hacks fire rescue services website.