Police and military appeared unable Monday to quell growing anger.
Egypt election: Signs of fraud, vote-buying and corruption
Concerns of election fraud and security cast doubt on Egypt’s upcoming vote.
Mahmoud Salem: from “douchebag” to politician?
An irreverent activist blogger tries to take his popularity to parliament.
Israeli-American ‘spy’ released by Egypt
Prisoner swap may ease tensions between Israel and Egypt. Egypt’s tourism industry certainly hopes so.
Egypt erupts in violence
Egypt’s military blames sectarian clashes for Cairo’s recent violence. Everyone else blames the military.
Has Egypt’s revolution become a military coup?
Egypt’s army, which continues to cement — and flaunt — its grip on power, appears to have hijacked the revolution.
Egypt: anti-Israel sentiment erupts
Israeli diplomats and their families have been evacuated out of Egypt after protesters stormed the embassy in Cairo.
Benghazi rebels assert control in Libya
Transitional Council is recognized by Arab League, plans to move to Tripoli.
Gaddafi’s land mines still a threat
There’s peace in eastern Libya, but now people must clean up all the leftover explosives.
Libya: For love of guns
The mass proliferation of small arms is worrying authorities in Libya.
In Libya, party gives way to concern for future
Wild celebrations in Libya are tempered by recognition of long road ahead.
Libya: It ain’t over yet
Despite taking of Gaddafi compound, rebel council in Benghazi admits that pockets of resistance remain.