From freedom of religion to women’s equality, civil society and human rights groups warn that crucial rights are being poorly defined—or threatened.
The infamous anti-Islam film may have sparked the demonstrations, but wrangling between Egypt’s many political factions were what really drove them.
The uprising has evolved into an armed conflict largely because of the brutal government response to what were originally peaceful demonstrations.
As the revolt against the Assad regime becomes more militarized, fighting in the town of Zabadani has given way to daily, indiscriminate shelling.
The illicit mountain journey undertaken by the Free Syrian Army from Lebanon is grueling, treacherous and fraught with danger.
Seventeen months since the Syrian revolution began, residents of this town have grown grimly accustomed to a daily routine of indiscriminate violence.
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsi will take over an office that the military has already stripped of much of its power.
On the eve of a run-off vote, two sweeping court rulings have left the country without a parliament or constitution and facing a polarizing pair of presidential candidates.
In the wake of the first round of Egypt's landmark election, two candidates are sitting on opposite poles of a divide that characterized Egyptian politcs for decades.
This Wednesday, Egyptians will hold the first competitive presidential poll after emerging from three decades of autocratic rule last year.