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Tahrir Square had the dubious distinction of making it to the new Reporters Without Borders list
Some of the Emirati men said the move was based on their political beliefs
Unrest in the Middle East this year was also one of the most covered international news stories since 2007.
One western analyst says it's not just the ruling military council.
One of Egypt's most prominent bloggers - and a former parliamentary candidate - says no
The U.S. citizen - believed to be John Redwine - was hiking in a remote area northeast of Beirut
A military source confirmed the operation to AFP - but did not say how long it would last
The self-immolation of a fruit vendor in central Tunisia sparked the ‘Arab Spring’
The violence comes one day after activists claimed they were deliberately poisoned
More than one-third of Iraq war veterans have PTSD, according to 2010 Army studies
The State Department’s human rights envoy was in Manama during the crackdown
After big win in 1st round of Egypt election, Islamist parties aim for a repeat.
The Arabic-language news channel helped give a voice to Libya's Muammar Gaddafi
The woman could still get 6 years in jail for "attacking and insulting police officers"
The ultraconservative Salafist Nour Party would, according to a spokesman
Footage of the unmanned American drone was broadcast on Iranian state television last week
A Muslim civil rights organization said that the show's detractors are trying to "demonize Islam"
Nine men had their heads shaved to "shame" them and prevent future harassment
Israeli Defense Forces confirmed a "direct hit" on two suspected terrorists in the Gaza Strip
A quota giving Egyptian women 64 seats in the parliament was repealed earlier this year