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Marginalisation drives Tunisians to migrant boats

19 July, 2018

In-depth: A worsening economy and frustration among civilians drives more Tunisians from the marginalised interior towards irregular migration, writes Alessandra Bajec.

America's got 99 problems...

19 July, 2018

Comment: America's spiralling descent towards fascism and dictatorship is almost entirely of its own making, writes Khaled Diab.

Arab views of US low, support for Palestinians high

18 July, 2018

Comment: Washington continues to be seen as a threat, writes Derek Davison.

Tunisia passes illegal enrichment law to fight endemic corruption

18 July, 2018

The legislation will force the president, ministers, senior public sector officials, banks, judges, security forces, journalists and unions to declare their property.

Pressure piles on Tunisian prime minister amid economic crisis

16 July, 2018

Tunisia's president has called on hiws premier to resign,following months of clashes over reforms and economic policy.

Germany deports 'Osama bin Laden's bodyguard' to Tunisia

13 July, 2018

The Tunisian man was deported on Friday, more than a decade after his asylum bid was first rejected.

American feminists should drop the 'global saviour' rhetoric

12 July, 2018

Comment: American women's activists should start by asking why the US has resisted ratifying global women's rights treaties and human rights initiatives, writes Ebti Numari.

What Obama 'didn't know' about Palestine is almost unfathomable

11 July, 2018

Comment: Obama's administration was reportedly unaware of the extent of Israeli settlement activity. Was this stunning ignorance? Or an attempt to justify Kerry's failed peace initiative, asks Khaled Diab.

Tunisian women lead battle for truth and justice

11 July, 2018

Women are watching closely to make sure the transitional justice process will give dignity to those who suffered violence and abuse, writes Alessandra Bajec.

Keeping Abul Fotouh behind bars puts Egypt in chains

10 July, 2018

Comment: Five years after a military coup d'etat, the achievements of Egypt's 2011 revolution have been liquidated, and no dissenting voices are allowed, write Francois Burgat and Bjorn Olav Utvik.

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