Despite the lifting of emergency laws and other political concessions, unrest in Syria persists.
Yemen has been struck by fresh new violence, one day after a summit in the United Nations failed to reach a consensus on the nation’s crisis.
Security forces in the city of Homs in Syria have opened fire to disperse thousands of anti-government protesters, according to media reports and witness accounts.
At least eight people have been killed during clashes between state security officers and anti-regime protesters in Homs, a town in western Syria, according to reports.
As the Libyan inferno continues to elicit China's muted response punctuated by its anti-NATO stand, it has, however, evoked multiple questions about its underlying motivation.
Another suicide bombing in Afghanistan has killed at least two people and injured seven in an attack inside the country’s defense ministry in Kabul.
An Egyptian supreme administrative court has dissolved the former ruling organization of deposed president Hosni Mubarak.
Security forces have fired teargas to disperse tens of thousands of protesters in Damascus, in one of the biggest rallies against the regime Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad since unrest erupted one month ago.
The Bahraini government has delayed plans to ban two principal opposition political parties -- al-Wefaq and the Islamic Action Society --on the heels of criticism from the U.S. government.
An Italian peace activist was murdered in Gaza as a result of a feud between Hamas and another militant group, the ultra-radical Salafi.
Amidst a spiraling wave of protests against his repressive regime, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has formed a new government under Adel Safar, the recently-appointed Prime Minister
Opposition forces in Yemen have spurned a peace initiative by the Gulf States to resolve the country’s political crisis and have now set a two-week deadline for embattled President Ali Abdullah to resign his office.
The international “contact group” that is meeting in Qatar to discuss the crisis in Libya has agreed to establish a temporary “trust fund” that will be used to move financial assistance to rebel groups seeking to topple Moammar Gaddafi.
Egypt’s former president Hosni Mubarak is in intensive care in a hospital after reportedly suffering a heart attack, according to state-run media.
Deposed Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak has been taken to a hospital in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, according to state security sources.
A protest by students in Damascus Syria has turned into a melee after security forces beat some of the demonstrators up and arrested several others, according to the Associated Press.