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Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, leaving Royal Court of Justice on July 13, 2011.

The Anonymous collective has publicly pulled its support for Julian Assange and his infamous whistleblowing website, Wikileaks, calling the controversial whistleblowing website the "One Man Julian Assange Show." Read more» 1

Analysts say that Anonymous' collaboration with Wikileaks, along with recent hacks against the FBI and its release of a video Monday declaring "war" on the U.S. government, has elevated the hacker group from its previous status as a petty annoyance to a real threat. Read more» 3

In one of the largest porn password heists in history, up to one million users’ email addresses and passwords from YouPorn were hacked and made accessible to the general public. Read more»

Internet activists may have won this round in the battle over SOPA. But the fight ain't over yet. Read more» 2

Men protest in Sanaa, Yemen, on March 7.

Yemen’s young people, who began holding anti-government protests outside of Sanaa University five months ago, have lost control of the cause they started. Read more»

The presidential compound in Sanaa came under attack June 3, leaving Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh injured. A forensic team arrived in Yemen to help with the investigation into the attack.

The United States has sent an FBI forensics team to Yemen to investigate the attack on the compound of President Ali Abdullah Saleh that seriously injured the president, forcing him to leave the country last week. Read more»

Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh was reportedly injured when the presidential palace in the capital city of Sanaa was targeted by rebel forces.

The health of injured President Ali Abdullah Saleh remains uncertain, with Yemeni and Saudi officials denying that he was taken to Saudi Arabia for medical treatment. Read more»

Protesters in Sanaa last month.

In what appears to be an assassination attempt, Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh was wounded Friday when opposition forces shelled his presidential compound. Read more»

The armed men are said to be members of an Al-Qaeda group. Critics of President Ali Abdullah Saleh say he may have purposely let Zinjibar fall in order to distract from the continuing protests against his rule. Read more»

Yemenis protest in the streets of Sanaa on Thursday.

As fighting rages for a fourth day between anti-government tribesmen and forces loyal to Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, thousands of peaceful demonstrators camped out in front of Sanaa University, now sleeping amid the light of explosions and the crack of gunfire, are contemplating their next move. Read more»

Clashes between Yemeni government forces and pro-democracy demonstrators left many injured Monday and Tuesday in Yemen.

Government forces shelled the neighborhood where a prominent anti-government tribal leader lived Tuesday, escalating a conflict in the capital that began Monday and that could plunge the country into civil war. Read more»

Government forces shelled the neighborhood where a prominent anti-governement tribal leader lived on Tuesday, escalating a conflict in the capital that began yesterday and that could plunge the country into civil war. (with video) Read more»

More than ever, Yemen looks headed for civil war. Clashes erupted between anti-government tribesmen and loyalist military forces here on Monday, a day after Yemen’s embattled president backed out of a deal to transfer power. Read more»

A protester in Sanaa, Yemen, beats a photo of Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh with a shoe on Feb. 25—a sign of disrespect in the Arab world.

A mob of gunmen loyal to Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh trapped the American, British, European Union ambassadors, as well as the Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council, for hours inside a diplomatic compound. Read more»

People demonstrate for democracy in Yemen and the departure of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh and his regime Friday in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Despite increased violence against protesters and rising tensions, the international community remains hopeful that Yemen can achieve a peaceful transfer of power. Read more»

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