Zaatari camp is the sprawling Syrian refugee camp in Jordan. It was set up last summer and it already houses 110,000 people. Some refugees say the camp lacks adequate policing and governance so they've taken it on themselves.
The northern city of Tripoli has seen clashes that echo what's going on in Syria. In some cases, the fighting in Tripoli pits one neighborhood that supports the Syrian government against one that backs the Syrian rebels.
For months, Hezbollah leaders denied their fighters were in Syria. Now, they're crowing about their military prowess.
Egypt's post revolution media is more open, but as President Mohammed Mursi's power spreads, fears grow for the future for a free media.
Waves of Syrian refugees to neighboring Lebanon and Jordan are threatening to destabilize the region.
Part fantasy, part musical, the movie tells the tale of Christian and Muslim villagers who live together peacefully, but whose lives are forever changed by sectarian violence elsewhere in Lebanon.
One of the many things that has changed in Tunisia since the revolution is the media landscape, which enjoys a lot more freedom today.
Coptic Christians in Egypt had a degree of protection during the reign of Hosni Mubarak, but now that Islamist parties dominate the new parliament, Egypt's Copts are feeling increasingly vulnerable.
The World's Ben Gilbert has the second part in his series on the role of Islamists in Egypt a year after the departure of president Hosni Mubarak. In this report he focuses on Egypt's conservative Islamic movement, the Salafis.