The annual conference of the National Council of Resistance of Iran began in Villepinte, Paris, on Saturday with the arrival of political figures, ...
This year, the Iranian fire festival of Chaharshanbe Suri, will be marked on Tuesday, March 14, 2018. It may also mark the beginning of a new uprising ...
Tunisia, shaken by days of nationwide unrest over price hikes, is marking seven years on Sunday since the North African nation drove out its long-time ...
The massive and widespread arrests of young people in different Iranian cities continue since the people took to the streets on December 28. According ...
Despite the scandalous attempt of the regime to launch counter-demonstrations in some cities, people in different cities of Iran came to the streets ...
January 25 marks the anniversary of the day in 2011 when protesters began to gather in Cairo’s Tahrir Square
'In the past, people used to say he was out of touch with reality... Apparently we were out of touch with reality'
Bahraini police said it detained four Americans for providing ‘false information that they were tourists’
For many the anniversary raised mixed feelings that of pride and concerns over economic problems and a rise in militant violence
Mohamed Mokhtar Gomaa said during a meeting with officials in his ministry that maintaining stability and security is a priority
A court in the Nile delta city of Tanta sentenced Lieutenant Ahmed al-Kafrawi and Sergeant Hani Salah in absentia to life
Human Rights Watch also have repeatedly accused the security forces of unleashing ‘excessive force’
The Presidential Commission intervened to stop the fighting after heavy losses on both sides
Mehdi Jomaa said Tunisians will have to make sacrifices but promised not to lower salaries
Mursi, who is being tried along with 14 other senior Muslim Brotherhood members was unable to reach the courthouse
A number of demonstrators were detained after the incident
The decision to carve out six regions, with the capital Sanaa given special status, comes at a sensitive time in Yemen’s efforts to escape from instability
The gunmen opened fire late Saturday at State Security Colonel Ahmed Hashim in the city of Ataq
The parliament reached the conscensus following popular pressure after it had extended its mandate that ended on Feb. 7
In Dec. 2010, Alex Owumi found himself at the heart of the bloody Libyan uprising
Under military rule in 2011, members of the Muslim Brotherhood were destroying the country, Farid El-Deeb said
Dmytro Bulatov flew out of Ukraine after a dramatic stand-off between opposition leaders and police
The detainees were accused of helping in the anti-government protests in 2009
Their return casts fresh doubts about the stumbling political transition in the biggest Arab state
Yemen is struggling against southern secessionists and an economic crisis
Fresh clashes erupted in the southern town of Sebha when a gunmen group seized a military base
The man was shot and killed when police clashed with protesters trying to ransack a customs office near the southern city of Kasserine
Tunisian activists have called for a peaceful demonstration as they mark the third anniversary of the Arab Spring’s first uprising
Pro-Mursi demonstrations have been banned in Tahrir since the ouster of the Islamist president on July 3
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