Thousands protest in Cairo's Tahrir Square, saying they are not happy with either of their choices in the second round run-off election for the country's presidency.
Russia's patience with Assad's government isn't limitless, and its position has shifted more in line with the West and the Arab League.
A two-time member of parliament during the Mubarak era who was jailed 17 times under successive presidents, is battling with Ahmed Shafiq for second place, after initial results showed him lagging far behind.
Iran and world powers will meet in Moscow next month for more talks to try and solve a longstanding dispute about Tehran's nuclear energy programme, as Baghdad meeting ends without a deal.
The election's question - who will succeed Hosni Mubarak - lies atop multitude of complicated and emotional undercurrents: Who represents the revolution, whose economic policies will bring the country out of crisis, who will deal correctly with Israel and the United States?
Jane Ferguson reflects on the changes Yemen has witnessed over the past five years, and how the violence and chaos is a relatively new phenomenon.
Sectarian tension stirred by the revolt in neighbouring Syria tests the country's national unity.
The most deadly bombing in the country's history could be seen as a sign of al-Qaeda's strength, or desperation.
What can be gleaned from the IAEA chief's visit to Iran is that there is a willingness to make progress on the thorny nuclear issue.
I saw a Lebanese fighter hoist the Syria opposition flag on a sandbag barrier on the frontline between two Lebanese communities who shot at each other for days last week.
Presidential candidate Khaled Ali describes protesters arrested earlier this month as some of the “best Egyptians”.