CNN Site Map for Section Middle East (Galleries) for December - 2012
- 2012-12-22The interior of the former presidential palace of deposed Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, who fled the country with his family in January 2011 amid a popular revolution. The palace is in Sidi Dhrif, in a seafront suburb of capital city, Tunis
- 2012-12-14According to the United Nations' admittedly conservative estimates, the conflict has pushed close to 2 million Syrians out of their homes. In other words, roughly one in ten Syrians is now living on the run.
- 2012-12-13The U.N. reports that half a million people have registered as refugees from the Syrian civil war -- but a recently returned Red Cross worker says the true figure is far higher because those fleeing are too scared to register.
- 2012-12-12An employee of the 'Stay Stylish' shop in Gaza City displays a bottle of M75 perfume -- named after the long-range rocket used by Hamas in the recent conflict with Israel.
- 2012-12-11Sudanese officials say a GPS-tagged vulture captured in the western part of the country was transmitting photos back to Israel.
- 2012-12-11Orthodox monks tour the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, situated in the West Bank near Jerusalem. Palestinian authorities fear that visitor numbers will be lower than usual this Christmas, following a spate of cancellations due to violence in Gaza.
- 2012-12-06The Uprising of Women in the Arab World photo campaign asked supporters to submit photos of themselves holding signs supporting the demands of Arab women. "I am with the uprising of women in the Arab world because many women get fired during their ma
- 2012-12-06Pro- and anti-government protesters have filled the streets of Cairo since last month, when Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy moved to extend his powers in a move he said was to protect the country's nascent revolution. In this image by iReporter Mage
- 2012-12-04Rebels celebrate next to the remains of a Syrian government fighter jet, which was shot down at Daret Ezza on the border of the provinces of Idlib and Aleppo on Wednesday, November 28. Look back at photos from the conflict in October.