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Hassan Rouhani made a last minute jump in the polls as reformists threw their weight behind him, and because some conservatives say he appeals to them, too.
Iranians will go to the polls Friday to elect their new president. But their choices are limited to a handful of conservative candidates.
Hezbollah claimed victory over the Free Syrian Army in Qusayr, but its entry into the war is fueling Sunni-Shia violence at home.
Sunni and Shia have lived in peace in Bahrain for centuries. But since the 2011 uprising, tensions between the two groups have divided the country.
Though illegal in the kingdom, open dissent is alive and well in Qatif.
Human rights activist Sayed Yousif al-Muhafdha had a month to reflect on his country's uprising.
GlobalPost has learned that hundreds of young Saudis are flocking to Syria in a 'holy war' against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
A centuries-old rift been Sunni and Shia Islam runs through the increasingly sectarian revolt.
When the uprising in Bahrain began, both Sunni and Shiites took to the streets together. Now they barely talk. And it has nothing to do with religion.
A new union association set up to support the government is dividing Bahrain's labor movement.
Frustrated by a lack of progress, a younger, more militant faction of Bahrain’s reform movement is threatening the moderates.
In the town where the Arab Spring began in Tunisia, the economic condition remains as bad as ever.
Tunisia struggles to embrace democracy and all the free speech that brings with it.