Sunni-Shiite tensions help explain Iran's stance
Thousands of Egyptian citizens descended on Tahrir Square late Saturday to protest the verdict they believe was either too soft, or could leave the door open for Mubarak to walk in an appeal.
In Yemen, meanwhile, protesters stabbed a government official
U.S. intelligence adviser concludes the Libyan regme "is in this for the long haul"
Originally, the markets weren't taking the demonstrations seriously
ElBaradei announced he plans to run, but what are his chances of winning?
On Wednesday, Kuwaiti women received more rights and a Saudi prince questioned the ban on women driving
Libya may be capturing our attention, but the situation in Egypt remains unstable
Demonstrators set fire to buildings and blocked access to a port road in a key industrial center
Live ammo used on protesters and helicopters attacks on reporters
Though the Iraqi government is arguably more democratic than other Arab nations, it still leaves a lot to be desired
Protesters are met with tear gas, rubber bullets, and hot-water cannons in the country's second-largest city
Many say White House leadership will be crucial as Egypt's military dissolves parliament and suspends the constitution
And given that Egypt's president is supposed to have a fixed salary, where'd the money come from?
Backing Mubarak's transition plan is wrong and could squelch Egypt's chances for democracy
Conflicting stories, but the president's envoy to Egypt has a troubling item on his resumé
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