Trading houses and brokerages expect Facebook’s initial public offering, the second-largest U.S. debut ever, to stoke heavy volume in the
By Sharon Waxman
With “Kony 2012,” social media has taken on its next mission impossible: stopping an international child-killer.
rces shot dead at least 11 people during mass protests on Friday against President Bashar al-Assad, rights activists and witnesses
By closing its embassy in Damascus and calling back its ambassador to Doha, Qatar is contributing to Syria’s growing international isolation, says political scientist Karim Sader.
Human rights activists and residents of Homs, Syria’s third largest city, are reporting intense gunfire as security forces conduct raids
Qatar lived up to its reputation as a maverick in Middle Eastern politics this week by suspending the operations of its embassy in Damascus.
If we call the Egyptian revolution “the revolution of Facebook,” we can say that the Syrian revolution is “the revolution of YouTube.”
Syrian state intelligence, or the Mukhabarat, is upping it’s information warfare game. Instead of generating bad PR by blocking websites
In an attempt to seek revenge on the protesters, Moammar Gadhafi’s regime has turned its fury on those it blames
A Facebook page has called for mass protests in Syria and in several Western countries against the rule of President