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39 migrants drown off Tunisia as two boats capsize

09 March, 2021

At least 39 migrants drowned after two boats capsized off Tunisia.

14 migrants die, 139 rescued off Tunisia: national guard

09 March, 2021

Two boats carrying migrants has sunk off the coast of Tunisia, killing at least 14 people.

The unfinished gender equality revolution of the Arab Spring

08 March, 2021

In-depth: Arab women played a pivotal role as activists, organisers and leaders during the 2011 uprisings, but a decade later the promise of greater gender equality remains unfulfilled.

Gender-based violence 'devastates' women across MENA: Amnesty

07 March, 2021

Marking International Women's Day, Amnesty highlights the plight of women throughout the MENA, who struggle with added pressures deriving from the effects of the global Covid-19 pandemic.

Remarkable Muslim women throughout history

07 March, 2021

This International Women's Day, we want to celebrate brave and progressive Muslim women throughout history.

Tunisia's gender violence law struggles to get beyond paper

07 March, 2021

Adopted in 2017, the Tunisian gender violence law is supposed to protect women from domestic violence but is rarely applied properly and affects women in custody battles

Tunisians protest to demand release of jailed activist

06 March, 2021

Rania Amdouni, a 26-year-old LGBT rights campaigner, has been the target of a smear campaign by police unions after taking part in protests against police repression.

Tunisian activist jailed for 'insulting' police while lodging complaint

04 March, 2021

The lawyer of a Tunisian gay rights and democracy activist said she was accused of 'insulting' police officers and sentenced to prison while filing a complaint.

UK coronavirus strain detected in Tunisia

03 March, 2021

It is not clear how many cases of the variant have been recorded by the country.

Libya government urges UN experts to publish corruption claims

03 March, 2021

Libya's interim government called on UN experts to publish a report containing allegations of vote-buying during UN-led peace talks.

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