KIEV (Reuters) - As the snow and ice began to melt in Ukraine this spring, exposing fresh cracks and potholes in the roads, hundreds of motorists gathered outside a government building carrying unusual burdens.Full story
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Supporters of an influential Pakistani political party took to the streets of Karachi on Monday to protest against cricket-hero-turned-politician Imran Khan, who has accused it of killing one of his senior staff a week after a general election. Full story
TUNIS (Reuters) - One protester died and several were injured when Tunisian Islamists defied a ban on their demonstration and clashed with police on Sunday. Full story
Secretary of State John Kerry is in Cairo, Egypt to meet with government and opposition leaders as well as business and civil rights leaders while on a nine-day trip overseas. NBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin reports.
Protesters against Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi clashed with police outside the presidential palace in Cairo on the second anniversary of former President Hosni Mubarak's ouster. NBCNews.com's Richard Lui reports.
The violence continues in Egypt and Friday it spread to the presidential palace. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.
Thousands of protesters armed with Molotov cocktails and stones clashed with police outside the presidential palace in Egypt’s capital NBC's Ayman Mohyeldin reports
A state of emergency is imposed on three cities in Egypt as a top military official warns the country is on the brink of collapse following days of anti-government protests. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.
Relatives of a Egyptian border policeman kidnapped last week take part in a protest at the main Egyptian crossing point into the Gaza Strip, which has been closed for the third day, in Rafah city, about 350 km northeast of Cairo, May 19, 2013. Egyptian police enraged by the kidnapping of seven of t
Egyptian Army soldiers guard the gates during a protest by policemen at the main Egyptian crossing point into the Gaza Strip which has been closed for the third day, in Rafah city, about 350 km northeast of Cairo, May 19, 2013. Egyptian police enraged by the kidnapping of seven of their colleagues
Tear gas is seen as protesters clash with riot police attempting to disperse the crowd in the city of Kairouan May 19, 2013. Supporters of the hardline Islamist group Ansar al-Sharia clashed with Tunisian police on Sunday after the government banned its annual rally, saying it posed a threat to soci
A riot police officer falls while chasing a demonstrator during a protest against Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan and his government's policy on Syria, in Ankara May 18, 2013. Erdogan said on Friday it would be up to the U.N. Security Council to decide whether to establish a no-fly zone insid