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Saif al-Islam, who was reportedly captured by rebels Sunday, was seen stepping out of car in Tripoli on Monday.

Two days after Libyan rebels marched on Muammar Gaddafi's once-feared Tripoli stronghold, residents in this de facto revolutionary capital city were still triumphantly celebrating the apparent finale to a six-month, mostly stalemate, civil war. Read more»

A young female activist has been threatened with a court martial for comments she posted on Facebook and Twitter. (with video) Read more»

These five items that were stolen from Cairo's famed Egyptian Museum on the night of Jan. 28 have been recovered.

More than four months after the fall of former president Hosni Mubarak, police are back on duty and Egypt's top archeologist believes the celebrated Egyptian Museum in Cario, which was looted during the revolution — as well as the rest of the country — is ready to open for business. Read more»

Protestors call for Mubarak's trial in May.

Hosni Mubarak is heading to court, satisfying the demands of millions of Egyptian revolutionaries. Read more» 1

American reporters James Foley and Clare Gillis cross into Tunisia after six weeks of detention in Libya.

American reporters Foley and Gillis said South African Anton Hammerl was shot by Gaddafi forces on April 5. Read more»

Supporters of Mohamed Bouazizi, who immolated himself in December after reportedly being slapped by a female police officer, gather around a mural in Bab Bahr, Tunisia, of the man whose suicide sparked the popular uprising that eventually toppled then-President Zine al-Abidine Ben Al.

When Mohamed Bouazizi, a fruit vendor from central Tunisia, was slapped by a female police officer on Dec. 17 last year, his pain was felt by millions of Arabs. His self-immolation suicide sparked the popular uprising that eventually toppled then-President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali. Read more»

Tunisian police dispersed anti-government demonstrators on the fourth day of protests as Coptics took to the streets in Cairo to protest the burning of a church. Read more»

As the first traffic returned to the streets of Tahrir Square on Sunday, following 18 days of anti-government demonstrations there that topped the 30-year regime of Hosni Mubarak, members of Egypt's internal security forces took to the streets in a rare moment of protest. Read more»

Protesters in Cairo, Friday.

Hundreds of thousands of protesters in Cairo erupted in celebration Friday after the country's new vice president, Omar Suleiman, announced on state television that Hosni Mubarak, after more than three decades in power, had stepped down. Protesters chanted "Egypt is free! Egypt is free!" (with video) Read more»

The tug of war between President Hosni Mubarak and the hundreds of thousands of protesters in Cairo continues. Demonstrators erupted in anger Thursday night in Cairo's Tahrir Square after Mubarak said he would not resign but would only transfer some of his power to Omar Suleiman. Read more»

An Egyptian demonstrator on Wednesday.

Tens of thousands of people, all on their feet, crowded Cairo's central Tahrir Square on Thursday, expecting an announcement from President Hosni Mubarak that he would resign. (with video) Read more»

Egypt's newly appointed cabinet met for the first time on Monday, as protesters continued to demand the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak. Read more»

Thousands of protesters walked the streets of the coastal city of Alexandria on Friday to express their rejection of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.

Thousands of Egyptians continued protesting in Tahrir Square in Cairo on Friday after two days of violent clashes between pro- and anti-government demonstrators. The opposition protesters dubbed it a "day of departure" and prayed for an immediate end to the rule of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. Read more»

Cairo's Tahrir Square on Thursday.

President Hosni Mubarak said Thursday that he wanted to step down, but that he feared the nation would be plunged into chaos if he did. "I am fed up. After 62 years in public service, I have had enough. I want to go," Mubarak, 82, told ABC. "If I resign today, there will be chaos," he added. Read more»

After beating back pro-Mubarak men at around 2:00 in the morning, anti-government protesters flooded into the former no-man's land.

The happy street party in Liberation Square is over. Violent clashes erupted in downtown Cairo's city center for a second day in a row on Thursday, after thousands of supporters of President Hosni Mubarak stormed into the square, some riding horses and camels, toward a large crowd of protesters demanding the ouster of Egypt's leader for the past three decades. Read more»

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