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A cabinet of kleptocracy in Sisi's pseudo-parliament

23 April, 2018

Comment: In Egypt's recent election Sisi was simply re-anointed as president without any fuss, but the ghosts of the revolution will persist, writes Sam Hamad.

Tunisia's quiet class struggle against austerity measures

20 April, 2018

In-depth: Three months after January's unrest, Tunisians cope with the government’s neoliberal policies and IMF’s austerity agenda that are noticeably hitting the country’s poor and middle class, writes Alessandra Bajec.

Briton seeks help repatriating slain daughter's body from Syria

21 March, 2018

Anna Campbell, 27, was killed last week during shelling by Turkey's armed forces in the Afrin region, the Kurdish Women's Protection Units (YPJ) confirmed Monday.

Sisibook: Egypt to launch Facebook rival 'to fight terrorism'

14 March, 2018

Egyptian authorities have announced they are developing an online platform to rival social media giant Facebook in a bid to "combat terrorism", local media has reported.

Anan 'could face execution' for possession of military secrets

15 February, 2018

A legal expert has claimed that Sami Anan could face the death penalty for possessing military documents he threatened to use as blackmail, which allegedly contain information implicating Egyptian leaders.

Egypt: Jailed presidential hopeful Sami Anan threatens military blackmail

12 February, 2018

Imprisoned former Egyptian presidential hopeful has threatened to divulge military secrets should he be mistreated in detention, as a leading anti-corruption campaigner voices assassination fears.

Hamza Namira: 'I'm not a politician or activist'

09 February, 2018

The New Arab spoke to renowned Egyptian artist Hamza Namira, an icon in the Arab World whose song, "Issmy masr", My name is Egypt, was a national hit.

'Employment, freedom, dignity': The enduring call of Tunisia's streets

30 January, 2018

The Tunisian people have borne the consequences of the country's dire post-revolution finances, but political and economic concerns cannot always be easily separated, reports Francesca Mannocchi.

Chronicles of the Egyptian Revolution

29 January, 2018

Book review: Bassiouni's account of Egypt's revolution is an engaging insight into Egypt's Arab Spring and its aftermath, from the side of state power, writes Laith Saud.

Egypt's regime-sanctioned opposition leader 'set to run against Sisi'

26 January, 2018

A politician has signalled his intention to provide Sisi's guaranteed re-election with a thin veneer of respectability after credible rivals were forced to withdraw.

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