A few kilometres away from the hype in Israel, Palestinians will greet the American president with anger and apathy.
UN-backed meeting between leaders of main factions could be the last chance for political disputes to be settled.
Ahmed Wasfi, in charge of the military's operations in Port Said, is one officer most people seem to especially like.
School in Turkey funded by charities faces challenges to foster "upcoming generations who will rule over Syria".
Having experienced the joy of the revolution, and the transition realities, most Tunisians want reform and democracy.
The group says deadly mortar attack on camp near Baghdad airport was a joint operation by Iraq and Iran.
For all the million-dollar pledges, the chance of aid reaching some of the most in need is very slim.
What we have seen in Suez over the last few days can only be described as a breakdown of law and order.
The difference between revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt may lie in one word - "consensus."
Residents say they have no choice but staying in Syrian town bombarded by fighter jets.
Amid a shortage of weapons, rebel groups have been using media to attract financial support