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Turkish warplanes bombed Kurdish rebel targets in northern Iraq - for the second straight night.
Libya's Gaddafi is reported to be seeking refuge for his family, as rebels push closer to Tripoli.
A young female activist has been threatened with a court martial for comments she posted on Facebook and Twitter.
The official arrived in Egypt "unexpectedly" on Monday. Is it a vacation or a high-level defection?
Middle Eastern countries embroiled in turmoil turn to Saudi Arabia for economic aid.
Egypt's revolutionaries take their cause from Tahrir to the television studio.
Clashes between police and protesters broke out this weekend in Sidi Bouzid, the birthplace of Tunisia's recent revolution.
Zahi Hawass, Egypt's famous minister for antiquities, had long stirred controversy in the post-Mubarak era.
Unrest is still frequent in Tunisia, six months after Ben Ali was toppled from power.
Egypt's former president told judicial officials he was not behind the uprising violence, according to a recently published transcript of Mubarak's interrogations.
A day in the life of Cairo's Tahrir Square sit-in - which is now entering its seventh day.
Egypt's first democratic elections since Mubarak's ouster could be postponed.
But demonstrators in Cairo continue their sit-in for sixth straight day.
Not even a stern warning from Egypt's military on Tuesday could force protesters to end their five-day sit-in near Cairo's Tahrir Square.
Masked assailants destroyed a section of the northern Sinai pipeline.
Still, only around 12 percent of Emirati citizens are allowed to vote in the country's upcoming election.
Protesters in cities throughout the country threaten to bring Egypt to a standstill.
Jordanians debate the Islamic custom that allows men to marry up to four wives.
Conservative pundit Ann Coulter got a history lesson in the Arab Spring while appearing on a recent episode of HBO's 'Real Time with Bill Maher'.
But not all demonstrators are spending Friday night in Cairo's main traffic circle - and it's not just because of the lack of pillows.