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Algerian anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration in the capital Algiers, on 26 February, 2021. [Getty]
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In-depth: Protests led by the pro-democracy Hirak movement have once again spread across Algeria, despite President Tebboune's attempts to repress them.
A man stands on a pole as people attend a protest in support of Palestine in Queens in New York on 22 May, 2021.[AFP via Getty]
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In-depth: Until now, the assumption has been that being staunchly pro-Israel was par for the course in New York. But the past several years have seen a surge of progressive activism across America, part of which has been the Palestinian cause.
A Kashmiri Muslim woman walks past graffiti saying 'free Kashmir'
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In-depth: An artist's arrest in Kashmir for his 'We Are Palestine' mural is part of a wider campaign of repression and censorship in the region.

Muna al-Kurd, a Palestinian activist in Jerusalem
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In-depth: The mobilisation of young Palestinians in solidarity with residents facing forced displacement has made Sheikh Jarrah the heart of a new wave of Palestinian activism.
A cannabis field in Rif. [Getty]
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In-depth: Cannabis legalisation in Morocco could provide economic opportunity, dependant upon Europe, party politics, and upcoming elections.
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In-depth: From Sheikh Jarrah to Damascus Gate, Palestinians face a battle to protect their presence in Jerusalem.
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In-depth: Saudi Arabia's decision to ban Lebanese produce comes as the country is experiencing the worst economic crisis in its modern history.
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In-depth: For Palestinians in the Israeli-designated military area, daily life is plagued by settler violence, army harassment, and the ever-looming threat of displacement.
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In-depth: Ramadan tables in Lebanon are lighter this year, as inflation makes Iftar meals unaffordable for many families.
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In-depth: Ten years after the Arab Spring there is no sign of reform, just growing economic and social distress and a reduced space for citizens to express their grievances.