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The Pakistani truck drivers who supply U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan.
Lara Logan sexual assault: how Egyptian women are reacting.
A report from Tahrir Square on the day Egyptians made history.
Egyptian protests: A report from Cairo as jubilation turns to disappointment and anger.
Egyptian protests: The Muslim Brotherhood faces internal tension and a generational divide.
Egyptian protests: Who speaks for the young people gathered in Tahrir Square?
Egyptian protests: How to collect trash, set up bathrooms and charge cell phones in the middle of a revolution.
Egyptian protesters puzzle over Obama’s response.
Egyptian protests: The view from the battleground.
Egypt’s protests were a safe space for women—until things turned violent.
Egyptian protests: A dispatch for Tuesday’s massive gathering in Tahrir Square.
Egyptian protests: A view from the streets.
Mumtaz Qadri shot Salman Taseer 28 times; in Pakistan, he’s a hero.
A WikiLeaks cable shows how Egypt’s regime has bought off the military.
Egyptian shark attacks: The government makes a clumsy response.