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In-depth: The political freedoms of Tunisia's revolution have not brought economic equality, with wealth still concentrated in the hands of a small elite.

Comment: The EU's double standard when it comes to 'friendly authoritarians' like Sisi undermines its credibility and weakens the promotion of human rights worldwide, writes Eldar Mamedov.

TNA Voice Podcast: How Arab Americans helped beat Trump

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TNA Voice Podcast: How Arab Americans helped beat Trump

Our podcast bringing you compelling stories from the Middle East, North Africa, Asia and beyond.

The New Arab US election 2020 newsletter

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The New Arab US election 2020 newsletter

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US election 2020 Arab-American perspectives: Tell us your story

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US election 2020 Arab-American perspectives: Tell us your story

Call for submissions to The New Arab focusing on US election 2020

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UN experts demand release of Algerian journalist

The UN has called for the release of Algerian journalist Khaled Drareni.

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Experts: Libya rivals UAE, Russia, Turkey violate UN embargo

The new report follows a warning last week from the top UN official for Libya that the oil-rich country is at 'a decisive turning point'.

Brooke Anderson

Black Muslims and America's fight for racial justice

Black Muslims are part of the backbone of America's civil rights movement.

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TNA Voice: Biden, Uighurs, and Egypt's #MeToo moment

Our podcast bringing you compelling stories from the Middle East, North Africa, Asia and beyond.

India tightens the noose on Kashmir's media

Aamir Ali Bhat

India tightens the noose on Kashmir's media

A new law empowers the Indian state to legally and economically punish journalists in Kashmir for publishing 'fake news' and 'anti-national ...

Danya Hajjaji

Celebrating Juneteenth in the age of Black Lives Matter

Juneteenth, an annual celebration commemorating a 19th century proclamation that freed slaves in Texas, comes with deep significance amid this ...

Fresh world protests against racism and police violence

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Fresh world protests against racism and police violence

There were rallies in cities across Europe, with thousands demonstrating in several French cities, and clashes breaking out in Paris and Lyon.

Atlanta police chief resigns after officer kills black man

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Atlanta police chief resigns after officer kills black man

Chief Erika Shields resigned after an officer fatally shot 27-year-old Rayshard Brooks during an arrest, injecting fresh anger into protests ...

Harper’s Bazaar US appoints black-Arab woman for top post

Narjas Zatat

Harper’s Bazaar US appoints black-Arab woman for top post

Harper's Bazaar US just appointed its first black Arab EIC in the form of Samira Nasr, a Canadian with Lebanese and Trinidadian roots.

Narjas Zatat

How coronavirus has transformed education in the Middle East

Access to education has become difficult under Covid-19 lockdown measures, but parents and teachers are fighting to ensure that children can continue learning.

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Ramadan 2020: Keeping the faith in times of adversity

The New Arab curates the best Ramadan 2020 content in celebration of the holy Muslim month.

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Together Against Coronavirus: Shining a spotlight on frontline heroes

In this special series, The New Arab profiles charities, organisations, and initiatives leading the response against the coronavirus ...

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Are Palestinians on the cusp of a coronavirus outbreak?

Confirmed cases among Palestinians in Israel and the occupied West Bank are proportionally very low, but here’s why that will change.

'Use prisoners' as medical lab rats, Saudi actress suggests

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'Use prisoners' as medical lab rats, Saudi actress suggests

Maram Abdulaziz became the latest Arab influencer to spark controversy amid the ongoing global health pandemic.

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Quarantine all foreigners in the desert, says Kuwait actress

Kuwaiti actress Hayat al-Fahad triggered an uproar when she said expats should be 'sent out' and 'put in the desert' to free up hospital beds.

Lebanon's revolution is on hold but far from over

Florence Massena

Lebanon's revolution is on hold but far from over

The Covid-19 lockdown may have put Lebanon's revolution on hold, but activists are organising despite the crisis and vow to renew the protest ...

Iran's army sets up hospital in virus-stricken capital

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Iran's army sets up hospital in virus-stricken capital

Iran set up a 2,000 bed hospital in 48 hours to treat patients recovering from coronavirus.

Coronavirus Pandemic: Weekly positive stories of resilience and bravery

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Coronavirus Pandemic: Weekly positive stories of resilience and bravery

Top five stories highlighting the Middle East’s resilience in the face of coronavirus this week

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