Angry Egyptians who have to endure power cuts on a daily basis are blaming the crisis on the president.
At least 16,000 homeless villagers must now begin to repair their shattered lives.
In the bloodied, frenetic mess of a Syrian opposition field hospital, one question emerges: "Where is the world's help?"
Some Kurds in northeastern Syria see unrest in the country as a golden opportunity.
Whatever the motives behind the president's move, the Second Republic is a new era indeed for Egypt.
The class divide in Syria is not new. Rural regions as well as the urban working class have always felt disenfranchised.
Blurring a video can be a painstaking process, but it’s essential, writes Al Jazeera's Will Jordan.
As Syrians head back to Damascus from Lebanon, differing opinions on what the future will hold for their country.
If Free Syria Army can consolidate and expand border gains it could lead to the establishment of buffer zones.
Baghdad is evacuating Iraqis trapped in Syria but is reluctant to open its border to Syrian refugees.
Was there anything in the medical report requested in 2004 on Arafat's declining health that was surprising?