Seven decades ago, in the midst of a civil war and at the tail end of the decades-long British Mandate for Palestine, the state of Israel was born. The...
Even before the revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt, turmoil in Yemen had already begun. TIME photographer Yuri Kozyrev documented its beginnings in December 2010...
Videos released by insurgents and the Yemeni government give two perspectives on a hidden war
Government loyalists battle with antigovernment protesters demanding an end to Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh's 32-year rule
Palms and fingers provide a canvas for demonstrators calling for political change
Yemen's "mother of the revolution" is recognized by the Nobel Committee for her activism in the country during, and before, the Arab Spring
An island off the coast of Yemen is home to hundreds of plants found nowhere else on earth Photographs by Tomas van Houtryve — VII Network
Tension grows as activists demand the ouster of President Ali Abdullah Saleh's regime
In the wake of Mubarak's resignation, demonstrators take to the streets in Iran, Bahrain, Yemen and Algeria
In honor of International Women's Day, TIME looks at some unlikely revolutionaries, from Joan of Arc to Harriet Tubman and a modern-day mother of three who...