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'Keep up the fight', urges sister of Tunisia's Bouazizi

07 December, 2020

Mohamed Bouazizi doused himself in petrol and set himself alight a decade ago, triggering a string of historic protests across the Arab world.

Tunisia extends night-time curfew until end of year

07 December, 2020

Tunisia extended a night-time curfew until the end of the year in a bid to tackle spiking novel coronavirus cases, amid growing discontent and anti-government protests in the country.

Italy, Algeria agree to expand bilateral cooperation

05 December, 2020

Algeria and Italy have agreed to develop their economic and commercial cooperation.

Arab women's organisation launches anti-harassment app

04 December, 2020

The SafeNess app aims to 'protect women from harassment, violence and theft in public spaces'.

Outcry after Tunisian doctor dies in hospital lift accident

04 December, 2020

Tunisian doctors and medical students are demanding the health minister resign after the death of a resident doctor who fell from a broken hospital elevator.

Ten years on, Tunisia is Arab Spring's only success

30 November, 2020

Only Tunisia has made the transition during the Arab Spring, with the other popular uprisings ending in repression, war or chaos.

The soundtrack of the Arab uprisings in 10 songs

30 November, 2020

Few of the pro-democracy protesters who took the Middle East by storm in 2011 had a flag to raise or leader to follow. But all had a song to sing.

Libyan deputies pledge to end divisions

28 November, 2020

More than 120 Libyan deputies made a pledge in Morocco to 'end the divisions' that undermine their country

Separatism: Bringing Islam and France's Muslims to heel

26 November, 2020

Comment: In France, lawmakers are dreaming of giving carte blanche to the intelligence police, allowing them to say who is 'too Muslim' to be French, writes Raphaël Kempf.

Tunisian England-Argentina referee praises 'wonderful' Maradona as Arabs mourn

26 November, 2020

In a New Arab interview, Ali Ben Nasser, who refereed the 1986 Argentina-England match mourned Diego Maradona while insisting he was 'not responsible' for allowing the 'Hand of God' goal.

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