After the Arab Spring
Complete coverage of the Arab Spring uprisings in the Middle East and the tumultuous rebuilding
More stumbling blocks in U.S. training of Syrian rebels
The U.S.-led training of moderate Syrian rebels has hit a roadblock
Turkey and U.S. to set up "safe zone" within Syria
Turkey and the U.S. are working together to use airstrikes against ISIS to establish a "safe zone" just north of the Syrian city of Aleppo
4 Italians kidnapped in Libya
Foreign Ministry says construction workers were seized at industrial complex owned by Italian energy company Eni
Rare view of destruction inside Yemen's civil war
The civil war raging in Yemen has killed more than 2,000 people, as Iran-backed Houthi rebels have faced off against a Saudi-led coalition. CBS News correspondent Clarissa Ward is among the first Western journalists to see the devastation in the capital city of Sanaa since the rebels took control in September. Ward reports on the toll the conflict has had on the city and its residents.
Libyan militias prepare to fight ISIS
With the taking of Serte, ISIS claimed another victory in Libya -- a country left vulnerable by civil war
Egypt frees American from sentence of life in prison
27-year-old Ohio State graduate, son of a prominent Muslim Brotherhood member, has been on hunger strike for over a year
Death sentence for Egypt's first freely elected president
Ousted President Mohammed Morsi learns his fate nearly two years after being removed by military
Former Egyptian leader Morsi sentenced to 20 years in prison
An Egyptian court sentenced former President Mohammed Morsi and a number of his aides to 20 years in prison on charges of killing protestors. Morsi, a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, came to power as the country's first democratically elected leader after the Arab Spring but was ousted in a military coup in 2013. Alex Ortiz reports from Cairo.
U.S. resumes military aid to Egypt
Fighter jets, missiles and tanks headed to Egypt for first time since 2013, when country overthrew its first democratically elected president
Deadly attack on Tunisia museum
At least eight people are dead and dozens more hurt after attackers opened fire at a museum in Tunisia
Egypt airstrikes target ISIS camps in Libya after mass beheadings
Egyptians, both Christians and Muslims, are mourning the deaths of their countrymen
Brave Syrian villagers hold the line against ISIS
CBS News correspondent Holly Williams traveled to Syria, where a small group of villagers have given up their day jobs in order to fight back against ISIS
Killing of female protester rallies Egyptian women
Images of Shaimaa El-Sabbagh have become a rallying cry for women protesters in Cairo as police suggest the images may have been "fabricated"
Flash Points: New king in Saudi Arabia, chaos in Yemen
As Saudi Arabia sees a peaceful transfer of power after the death of its monarch, its neighbor to the south, Yemen, is gripped by instability after the government is overthrown
Iraqi PM Haider al-Abadi “pessimistic” about Syria
Haider al-Abadi said that his country has paid a heavy price for the war due to the rise of ISIS
CIA insider on Yemen: Current crisis will give space for AQAP to grow
Former CIA deputy director Michael Morell joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington.
Young women entering Syria to join jihadist groups
Missing suspect Hayat Boumeddiene in the French terror attacks is believed to be in Syria
Libyan on trial for U.S. Embassy attacks dies at 50
Abu Anas al-Libi, accused of involvement in 1998 bombings in Kenya, Tanzania, dies of complications from liver surgery
Hundreds of Syrians found in 2nd abandoned vessel
The Italian Coast Guard rescued more than 400 migrants left stranded at sea after their traffickers abandoned ship
Eyewitness accounts and video from inside the besieged city of Homs offer a rare and disturbing window into the cruel realities of the Syrian civil war. Bob Simon reports.
Filmmakers were the enemy
Ossama Mohammed, director of “Silvered Water, Syria Self-Portrait,” says the Assad regime considered anyone with a camera an enemy.
Raw reporting from the Syrian civil war
Bob Simon, accustomed to being on the front lines, tells the story of a brutal civil war through the eyes of filmmakers inside Syria.
King Abdullah on core issue of mideast unrest
Jordan’s King Abdullah discusses how the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the core issue to the extremist problem in the Middle East
Flash Points: After Mubarak's murder charges dropped, what's next for Egypt?
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr and CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate on the social and political ramifications of an Egyptian court's decision to drop charges against the former president
Syrian war refugees flee through desert wasteland
Scott Pelley reports as hundreds of Syrian families pour into Jordan after fleeing 300 miles through "no man's land" desert. Watch Pelley’s full report, "War and Hunger."
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