Europe warns Putin on eve of Ukraine truce deadline

The leaders of Germany and France warned Vladimir Putin Sunday that Russia could be hit with punishing sanctions within days unless he forced Ukrainian rebels Moscow is accused of backing to suspend their deadly uprising.

Hamas Gaza chief calls for new violent uprising

Gaza`s Hamas chief is calling for a renewed violent uprising against Israel.

Kerry says Egypt is at `pivotal moment` in history

As violence in Egypt turned increasingly deadly Saturday, Secretary of State John Kerry said the Mideast nation was at "a pivotal moment" more than two years since the uprising that ousted the longtime President Hosni Mubarak.

`Arabs groping for new forms of governance`

Arabs are groping for new models of governance in the wake of uprisings that began in 2010 that led to regime changes in some countries.

Bahrain charges 7 police with uprising abuses

Bahrain says it has charged seven police lieutenants with alleged abuses against suspected anti-government protesters.

3,000 people missing in Syrian uprising: Report

The online activist group Avaaz.org said its
investigation has identified 2,918 Syrians who were arrested
or abducted by force by security troops and whose whereabouts
are now unknown.

Tunisia: 300 people died in uprising, says UN

A Tunisian rights activist said security forces raped and tortured prisoners.

Egypt uprising echoes in Iran, Yemen

The possible heirs of Egypt`s uprising took to the streets in different parts of the Middle East.

Egypt`s revolt met with wide support, censorship

From London to Seoul, the world was savouring the fall of Egypt`s President.

Uprising in Egypt reflects `aspirations for reform`: India

As mass movement for leadership change gained momentum in Egypt, India viewed it as an articulation of the "aspirations of the Egyptian people for reform".

Kyrgyz opposition seizes power, dissolves Parliament

Kyrgyzstan`s opposition said on Thursday it had taken power and dissolved Parliament in the poor but strategically important Central Asian state after deadly protests forced President Kurmanbek Bakiyev to flee the capital.

Kyrgyzstan crisis: PM flees country, Interior Minister killed

Kyrgyzstan`s Prime Minister Daniyar
Usenov has resigned with his entire cabinet tonight and has
fled to neighbouring Kazakhstan as anti-government protesters
seized the Parliament and clashed with security forces in
which at least 40 people were killed and over 400 injured.