The Arab League and the government of Syria reached an agreement Thursday to end the bloody crackdown in that country — part of the Arab Spring protests.
After a violent crackdown against Arab Spring protesters in Syria, the government is using its hospitals to find and isolate dissidents. To get the treatment they need, they're having to go to independent, underground, make-shift hospitals.
Tunisians of all ages, men and women, turned out by the millions on Sunday to vote in an election to determine who will write a constitution for the newly Democratic country.
Violent demonstrations in Cairo over the weekend led to an attack on Israeli embassy and the evacuation of diplomatic staff.
The big worry once fighting in Libya is over: locating all the weapons looted from Libyan army depots over the last six months.
Now that Hosni Mubarak has been pushed from power, women in Egypt want a bigger role in government. Some fear they'll be further marginalized.
Spain's youth is rising up in protest over unemployment. But the protests are different from those in Cairo and around the Arab world.
In protests commemorating Israel's creation, what Palestinians call the "Naqba" or the "catastrophe," thousands of Arabs marched on Israel's borders. Dozens were killed.
Mohammed Bouazizi, credited with starting the Tunisian revolution when set himself on fire in protest, is still grieved by many. But his family still struggles.
If the Libyan rebels hope to stand up against Moammar Gadhafi, they'll need training. But it won't be easy.