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Aggressive development projects are threatening Turkey's natural resources and its iconic fishing trade.
In the capital, Syrians wait for potential US airstrikes.
Pushed out of Gezi Park, Turkey's demonstrators are fanning out to parks across Istanbul to keep their cause alive.
Following his resignation as prime minister of the Syrian National Council, Ghassan Hitto talks to GlobalPost about arms, US policy and his country's future.
The popular uprising and military power that brought Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood to its knees is worrying political Islamist movements across the region.
The battle between Turkey’s government and protesters goes cyber.
The attempted clearing of protesters from Istanbul’s Taksim Square by Turkish riot police is drawing some unlikely critics — but also some local allies.
From afar, it may appear that the ongoing protest movement is well documented. But domestic coverage is lacking.
The protest movement sweeping Turkey has drawn people from all strata of society.
Protests quickly morphed into a lightning rod for a broad set of social and political grievances against the Turkish government.
Cobh, the great ship's last port of call, remembers the tragedy 100 years later.
Syrians from all over the country and from differing backgrounds gave GlobalPost their thoughts of where Syria is today, and where they think it is headed.
While some Syrians support international intervention, others warn of a new Iraq.
Among ordinary Syrians, deep divisions are emerging over who is right and who is wrong.
Syria's Christians, a fellow minority, believe they need the ruling Assad regime for protection.
GlobalPost visits Saqba after the Syrian army cracks down.
One trip to a besieged town in Syria showed a difficult, stage-managed mission.
Fear in Damascus spreads as battles between Syria's security forces and rebels inch closer to the capital.