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A gradual return to dictatorship in Tunisia?

04 February, 2021

Comment: Tunisians' biggest fear remains the return to a dictatorial regime that crippled their country. Recent events suggest they have good reason to worry, writes Tharwa Boulifi.

4 Tunisian soldiers killed in landmine blast: ministry

03 February, 2021

A landmine killed four Tunisian soldiers on Wednesday during an counter-terrorism operation

Making sense of Europe's response to the Arab Spring

03 February, 2021

The New Arab speaks to analyst Lorenzo Trombetta about the impact of the Arab Spring uprisings on Mediterranean geopolitics.

We needed a cultural revolution, not another uprising

01 February, 2021

The long read: Bahey el-Din Hassan explores how elites, who were unable to rise to the task of mounting organised collective action, caused the Arab Spring to run aground.

Libyan election vow must be honoured: UN

01 February, 2021

The 75 participants at the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum have until Friday to select a prime minister and a three-member presidency council from a list of 45 candidates.

Libyans meet in Geneva to select transitional leaders

01 February, 2021

The 75 participants at the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum have until Friday to select a prime minister and a three-member presidency council from a list of 45 candidates.

Three Tunisians jailed for 30 years for cannabis use

31 January, 2021

Amna Guellali, from campaign group Amnesty International, said such sentences for drug use and possession were "unacceptable on principle".

Peace in troubled Libya brings back traditional weavers

31 January, 2021

For some, the ancient tradition of weaving offers a way to earn an income - as well as resuming a way of life that the war had stopped.

Tunisians protest against 'police state'

30 January, 2021

Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Tunis to demonstrate against police repression.

No poison found in suspect letter to Tunisian president

29 January, 2021

A suspicious letter addressed to Tunisian President Kais Saied did not contain any dangerous material.

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