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In-depth: From women's rights to freedom of expression, progressives in Tunisia's young democracy are fighting to preserve and advance the social gains of the revolution.

Comment: Renegade General Haftar's attempted coup in Tripoli is being backed by international and regional authoritarians, writes Imad K. Harb.

In the depths of Calais, the return of trenchfoot

Tajana Tadić

In the depths of Calais, the return of trenchfoot

Comment: A century after the First World War, trench foot has returned to northern France, but it is refugees, not soldiers, being forced to live in desperate unsanitary conditions.

Tunisia might end law allowing rapists to marry victims

The New Arab

Tunisia might end law allowing rapists to marry victims

Tunisia's prime minister said on Friday that his government would seek to amend a controversial law that allows men who rape underage girls to ...

Why is AQIM still a regional threat?

Dalia Ghanem-Yazbeck

Why is AQIM still a regional threat?

Comment: While international media focuses on ISIS, al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb remains a regional threat, and its attack are as deadly as ...

Alexander Ayyoub & Sama al-Rahbi

Meeting the child soldiers of Syria

All sides in the Syrian conflict are recruiting children to fight their battles, regardless of international law.

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