The U.S. embassy's new effort to teach Egyptians about American electoral politics
In the desert with the world’s friendliest hostage-takers
After centuries of being told their culture is forbidden, can Berbers figure out what it means to be Amazigh today?
Finally free from Qaddafi's rule, Libyan Berbers want to rebuild an ancient identity that was almost driven to extinction
The original inhabitants of North Africa, Amazigh (also called Berbers) may have finally won the freedom to observe their culture -- if they can convince the Arab majority to go along
Despite intimidation and threats, leaders and activists push on
Riding the waves and testing Hamas’s limits
How the easing of Israel's blockade has made tunnel lines, and one of the Palestinian territory's most vital industries, suddenly obsolete. With a slideshow by the author.