Iranian officials now forbid men from wear necklaces, adding to bans on hairstyles and tight clothing.
In Egypt after Mubarak, television talk shows have become one of the major forums for political discussion and debate. But some topics are still off limits.
While chaos is reigning in Yemen's government, drones and fighter jets operated by the US government have stepped up air strikes on militants.
Women aren't allowed to drive cars in Saudi Arabia, but some, inspired by the Arab Spring, are defying the ban and driving openly.
Saudi Arabia says that it wants OPEC to increase oil production to keep the price of oil down. Some think that high oil prices could, in fact, threaten the global economy.
Syrian protests continue in the face of gruesome images of torture by the Syrian government. Human rights groups are making sure the world can see those images.
A video of a 13-year-old boy being brutally killed and brutalized has raised outrage and ignited more protests in Syria calling for regime change.
Hamid Karzai, the President of Afghanistan, has stepped up warnings to NATO, saying it risks becoming an "occupying force."
Explosive new evidence has emerged about bribery surrounding Qatar's bid to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
In September, Palestinians are expected to go to the United Nations to ask for statehood based on pre-1967 border.