Al Jazeera speaks to a teenager from the Occupied West Bank about his experiences in and out of Israeli jails.
As thousands of Syrian refugees arrive at the camps in Northern Iraq, 'brotherly Kurdish bond' still seems strong.
Comments from Egyptian officers are eerily similar to those heard from the mouths of the Algerian "eradicators."
Security forces arrested the general guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, something not done under Mubarak's rule.
Despite a very real threat of death, government crackdowns have spurred a new wave of protesters to take to the streets
On Wednesday, Israel released 26 Palestinian prisoners, 15 of them to Gaza, ahead of new round of peace talks.
As Baghdad suffers another night of brutality amid an upsurge of violence, Iraqis ask the question: what hope now?
Baghdad's residents say that, despite the violence, this is a city in which life will go on.
Egyptians from varied backgrounds are at Cairo's Rabaa sit-in, but perhaps not the groups indicated by signs and flags.
Iran's new president intends to reform his predecessor Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's policies regarding domestic issues.
With Mohamed Morsi no longer in charge, Egyptians struggle to forge the path ahead.