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"Under Mubarak, we lived in a time of better security, a better economy and more stability.”
Even with hundreds dead, many Egyptians are applauding the security crackdown on the Islamists.
Decades of state-led affection for the army has made many Egyptians comfortable with the military takeover.
"We will stay," supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi say after more than 60 of them are killed.
Thousands of Egyptians are taking to the streets in rival demonstrations both in support of the military and to call for the reinstatement of ousted President Mohamed Morsi. Here's what they have to say.
For Palestinians leaving Syria, their displacement is compounding decades of statelessness.
With much of Gaza's farmland swallowed by Israel's buffer zone, experts say urban aquaponic farms can curb food insecurity in the cramped territory.
High unemployment, low wages and the loss of traditional agrarian livelihoods compel Palestinians to make a difficult choice.
As the Israeli economy grows, fueled by an advanced tech industry, the gap between rich and poor widens.
Amid the Gaza conflict and around Egyptian concrete barriers, Bedouins still do a lucrative trade in smuggled goods.
Up to 1,000 migrants sneak across Israel's porous borders each month.