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The New Arab Voice is our bi-weekly podcast bringing you compelling stories from the Middle East, North Africa and beyond.
An Iraqi demonstrator clad with the national flag stands in front of burning tyres blocking a street amid a general strike in the southern city of Basra, on November 25, 2019
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In-depth: Activists who took part in the anti-government protest movement that erupted in October 2019 still live under the threat of kidnapping and assassination, with widespread pessimism about Iraq's elections.
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In-depth: Jordanian security services have carried out a months-long intimidation campaign against Syrian journalists and activists as Amman moves closer to Damascus.
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In-depth: As elections approach, many parties have stated their intention to boycott. They say that despite the vote being a key demand of the October Revolution, it cannot yield change in a context dominated by armed militias and corruption.
An Iraqi youth sits leaning on a wall with a graffiti mural showing a protester with text in Arabic reaing "we see the future from the narrowest angles", at the anti-government sit-in in the capital's Tahrir Square on December 24, 2019
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In-depth: Iraq has one of the youngest populations in the world. But two years after the October Revolution, many young Iraqis feel they are powerless to change their country, whether through activism or elections.
A Palestinian artist paints a mural painting glorifying six Palestinian prisoners who escaped from Israel's Gilboa prison almost two weeks ago, in Gaza City, on September 18, 2021
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In-depth: The Gilboa jailbreak was a symbolic victory over the Israeli occupation and served to reinforce how central the issue of political prisoners is to Palestinian society and the struggle for freedom.
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In-depth: As the Iraqi elections draw near, female candidates are fighting hard for the chance to represent their regions. However, some believe that the powerful forces backing these women have agendas of their own.
Morocco's prime minister-designate Aziz Akhannouch (C), Abdellatif Ouahbi (L), president of Morocco's Authenticity and Modernity Party (PAM) and Nizar Baraka (R), president of the Istiqlal Party, gather after Akhannouch announced a coalition of RNI, PAM and Istiqlal, on September 22 , 2021 in Rabat [Getty Images]
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In-Depth: Morocco's new president Aziz Akhannouch has riden to power on the back of growing popular disillusionment over moderate Islamism, practiced by the Justice and Development Party. But what will this new era bring for Morocco?
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The New Arab Voice is our bi-weekly podcast bringing you compelling stories from the Middle East, North Africa and beyond.
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In-Depth: Hundreds of journalists and academics have signed an open letter supporting Nemi El-Hassan, a prize-winning journalist criticised for her 2014 appearance at a controversial pro-Palestine rally.