An estimated 500 people have been killed since fighting within the Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM) army broke out over the weekend in what the government calls an attempted coup.
As police scour the rubble in Nairobi's Westgate mall, analysts warn that the country will be vulnerable to future attacks unless security policies are changed.
The information wars are heating up in Egypt.
Just days after a UN team arrived in Syria to investigate alleged chemical weapons use, opposition groups say the government made use of an unknown 'poison gas.'
After days of warning, Egypt's interim government finally moved to clear protest camps filled with supporters of the deposed president.
The Muslim Brotherhood, revolutionary activists, Coptic Christians, and the Army all make the cut.
A poll by Northwestern in Qatar, due out tomorrow, shows growing trust in regional news outlets across the Arab world.