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New Tunisia protests over unemployment

12 July, 2020

"Either we get a better life or we all die," demonstrators, including women, could be heard shouting.

Tunisian families battle to repatriate children of jihadists

12 July, 2020

Tunisians have constituted one of the largest groups of foreign jihadists in Syria, Iraq and Libya since 2011.

Moscow push to reduce cross-border aid to Syria fails

09 July, 2020

The UN Security Council voted down a Russian bid to abolish one of two vital aid crossing points between Turkey and Syria, and keep the second open for six months.

Tunisia’s biggest party's 'suspicions' about PM threatens government stability

07 July, 2020

Tunisia's premier has answered questions, which could threaten the government.

How Abu Dhabi is helping out Damascus

03 July, 2020

Comment: Khaled Sid Mohand of The Justice and Liberties for All Committee discusses normalisation, and the UAE's monetary, military and security partnerships with the Syrian regime.

UN adopts resolution calling for pandemic-related halt to conflicts

01 July, 2020

The resolution, drafted by France and Tunisia, calls for "an immediate cessation of hostilities in all situations" on the Security Council's agenda.

The Middle East at war with coronavirus: Top stories

01 July, 2020

In Iran, nearly 11,000 have died due to Covid-19, whereas Turkey is urging the EU to include it in the list of 'safe' coronavirus partners.

Greek FM visits seat Libya's pro-Haftar government

01 July, 2020

The surprise visit from the Greek offical is the latest sign of deepening ties between Athens and Haftar

Palestinian journalist accused of attempted recruitment for Hezbollah: reports

01 July, 2020

Israel's security agency has accused a Lebanon-based Palestinian journalist of attempting to recruit Palestinian Israelis to join Islamist group Hezbollah.

Tunisia's marginalised Tataouine rises up against broken government promises

30 June, 2020

In-depth: Tunisia's south has long been marginalised, with successive governments since the revolution unable or unwilling to address the country's socioeconomic divide.

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