In Cairo, Egypt, protests against the military government have entered their third, bloody day as many of the same protesters who pushed former President Hosni Mubarak from power seek to rid themselves of military rule as well.
In Pakistan, supposedly in an effort to combat the sending of spam text messages, the country has introduced a list of 1,500 words that will trigger a text message to be blocked.
The Shaam News Network, run mostly by Syrians living in America, is providing tools and funding to help Syrians get photos, videos and news of the protest out of heavily controlled Syria and into the wider world.
Keli Carender in Seattle held one of the first protests to be considered part of the Tea Party Movement. Today, she remains committed to the group and is optimistic about its future.
The so-called "price tag" attacks are reprisals against Palestinians and Israelis they view as collaborating with the Palestinians by tearing down settlements that Israeli government considers to be illegal.
In the hours before and after New York police dispersed the Occupy Wall Street camp at Zucotti Park, law enforcement in Switzerland and the United Kingdom began taking steps to disperse their own camps. But protesters were undeterred.
After nearly two months, the New York Police swept into Zucotti Park Tuesday night, ordering Occupy Wall Street protesters to leave the park with their belongings, or be arrested. About 150 protesters were taken into police custody.
Many conservatives are taking signs of tension and disorganization as indication that the Occupyn Wall Street movements are coming to a close. But for many liberals, this is just a reorganization of the beginning.
Syrian loyalists attacked embassies in Damascus over the weekend — retribution for those countries supporting an Arab League decision to suspend Syria over its violence against protesting citizens.
As the months since the Arab Spring protests in Tahrir Square drag on, thousands of those who protested now find themselves under fire from the very people they thought had fulfilled their dreams.