Arab revolt: Middle East uprisings
Unprecedented scenes of people power from Tunisia to Egypt - Channel 4 News reports from the heart of the uprisings.
Egypt's political roadmap is altered so that the president will be elected before parliament is. It hastens the likely election of army chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi as head of state.
Twelve people are killed in Cairo, security sources say, as Egypt marks the third anniversary of the revolution that led to the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak.
Today Egyptians vote again on a new constitution - a draft document that would leave the army's powers intact and cast the Muslim Brotherhood back into the political wilderness.
After August's chemical attack on the Damascus suburb of Ghouta, prospects for peace in Syria looked remote. But then Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and his US counterpart, John Kerry, managed
As they drove off, down another street littered with rubble and glass, I wondered how any Syrians, whatever their religion or political allegiance, would ever be able to live a normal life again.
Old scores are being settled in Libya as militias fight to assert their power in towns and cities across the country.
As Egyptians get deja vu at the trial of another deposed president, a Channel 4 News interactive graphic looks at what has happened more than two and a half years on from the Arab Spring.
Thousands protested after the military ousted the Muslim Brotherhood's President Morsi, and hundreds were killed in the crackdown that followed. This is filmmaker Mani's account of what he saw.