Egypt’s former military ruler Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi has died aged 85, Egypt’s presidency said.
Arab Spring: 10 years on
Taking an award-winning photo helped one Spanish photographer connect with a country rarely seen beyond the stereotypes.
Tunisia’s largest parliamentary party faces an existential threat after President Saied assumed executive powers.
Revisiting five months in a hospital that was at the heart of Syria’s rebellion.
A photojournalist who covered Syria’s civil war tells the story of a young rebel fighter he met.
Set in 2053, it follows group of undercover agents plotting to take down hereditary ruler.
But that all changed when government forces fired on peaceful protesters. A Yemeni demonstrator remembers that day.
A decade after the Arab Spring, Westerners’ perceptions of events and Arabs’ perceptions of themselves remain muddled.
A photojournalist describes capturing some of the most memorable moments of the war in Libya.
“He carried his son – the same way he had many times before – crossing the hall to the front door, where he crumbled.”
What can we learn from the failures and successes of revolutions in the Arab world over the last 10 years?
Lebanese military intelligence officers committed violations against Syrian refugees including torture, Amnesty says.
Lebanon hosts the largest per capita population of Syrian refugees in the world, providing shelter to 1.7 million.
Many in Syria say it is an open secret the vaccine is Russia’s Sputnik V that had been bought by Israel.