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Citizens are gathering to express themselves in ways once thought impossible.
Suicide bombings and city take-overs as Al Qaeda battles government tribes for control of remote and rugged south Yemen provinces.
On the streets of Syria, joyous protestors hail the fall of Qaddafi with predictions their own dictator will be soon to follow.
Saleh’s three-decade rule coming to an end say opposition as 143-member National Council formed to take over state.
US leads international calls on Assad to step down but EU stops short of boycotting all important Syrian oil.
Before his assassination, Lebanon’s five-time prime minister was struggling to convince Syrians he was their ally, alleged transcript shows.
Residents of Yemen’s capital struggle to feed their children as country crumbles amid political turmoil.
With northern city now the center of Syria's rebellion, the army weighs an assault to wrest back control, stirring dark memories of 1982 massacre.
Security forces are still immune from prosecution.
A loose network of activists has managed to circumvent Syria's powerful control on information.
Roaming gangs of black-clothed thugs turn peaceful protests into deadly chaos.
After leaving reforms out of his Wednesday speech, is Assad's pledge today too little, too late?
Syrians are watching Egypt's popular uprising carefully.