Against all odds, the popular revolts in Sudan and Algeria both succeeded in forcing the removal of their long-time autocratic leaders
On Wednesday, several unnamed U.S. officials seemed to confirm the death of Hamza bin Laden, the son of al-Qaeda’s founder and longtime leader Osama bin Laden
The Trump administration is so firmly aligned with the Saudi royal family that even rare bipartisan measures in Congress aimed at curtailing U.S. arms sales to Riyadh have failed
Last-minute pressure exerted by rights groups failed to prevent the Bahraini government from executing three men on July 27. Two of the men, Ali al-Arab and Ahmed al-Malali, were Shia dissidents accused of terrorism-related charges and murder
Throughout the bloody stalemate that is Libya’s civil war, widespread allegations have surfaced that strongman Khalifa Haftar operates as a modern-day warlord seeking to consolidate his grip on power to further his burgeoning criminal enterprises