Former Congresswoman & Middle East expert Jane Harman sits down to discuss the latest uprisings in the Middle East.
Reporters flinch as explosions occur nearby. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on dodging rockets and missiles in the Mideast.
Brian Todd reports on the violence at U.S. embassies Friday, and what can/can't be done to protect them
Watch as protesters battle tear gas on the street in Cairo.
President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton receive the bodies of the four men killed at the U.S. consulate in Libya.
CNN's Brian Todd reports on a link between the anti-Islam film and the Coptic Church. The church condemns the movie.
Egyptian journalist Mona Eltahawy, who was beaten last month by Egyptian police, discuss the brutal attacks on women in Cairo and expresses her outrage at the situation.
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CNN's Mohammed Jamjoom reports on a raid by Egyptian police of U.S. rights groups in which computers were seized.
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By CNN’s Wolf Blitzer
(CNN) – The Arab League took a major decision in recent days to suspend Syria from membership because of the regime's brutal crackdown on peaceful protesters. More than 3,000 people have been killed, according the United Nations and other human rights groups.
Eighteen countries, including Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Libya, Morocco and the United Arab Emirates, voted in favor of the measure. Two countries voted against: Lebanon and Yemen. One country – Iraq – abstained.