Egypt’s army, which continues to cement — and flaunt — its grip on power, appears to have hijacked the revolution.
Israeli diplomats and their families have been evacuated out of Egypt after protesters stormed the embassy in Cairo.
Transitional Council is recognized by Arab League, plans to move to Tripoli.
There’s peace in eastern Libya, but now people must clean up all the leftover explosives.
The mass proliferation of small arms is worrying authorities in Libya.
Wild celebrations in Libya are tempered by recognition of long road ahead.
Despite taking of Gaddafi compound, rebel council in Benghazi admits that pockets of resistance remain.
Supporters of Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak are fast becoming its most marginalized minority.
Middle Eastern countries embroiled in turmoil turn to Saudi Arabia for economic aid.
The UAE may be sitting on the sixth largest reserves of petroleum in the world, but the leaders in this tiny Gulf sheikdom know that their oil wells will dry up sooner than later. Originally published by Global Post on July 24, 2011.
Egypt’s revolutionaries take their cause from Tahrir to the television studio.
The opposition unites against a new common enemy: the transitional government.