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Ennahdha's Ghannouchi sues Sky News Arabia over 'defamatory' report

21 June, 2017

Rached Ghannouchi, chief of Tunisia's Ennahdha party, is taking legal action against Sky News Arabia over a report accusing him of involvement in the assassination of political leader Chokri Belaid.

Anti-Qatar blockade: Consequence of Doha's support for Arab Spring?

19 June, 2017

Analysis: What really lies at the heart of Gulf accusations against the Qataris? American academic and Middle East affairs analyst Professor Gary Sick talks to The New Arab.

Turkey FM in Saudi Arabia to continue Qatar mediation

16 June, 2017

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu will meet Saudi Arabia's King Salman in Mecca in a bid to resolve the Gulf's worst diplomatic crisis in years.

Tunisia extends 2015 state of emergency law

14 June, 2017

Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi has ordered a four-month extension of a state of emergency in place since 2015 when

Tunisian tribal row over land sends 78 to hospital

11 June, 2017

Scores of people were injured, one seriously, after tribal clashes erupted over land disputes in the south of Tunisia on Saturday.

Algeria, Egypt and Tunisia push political dialogue in Libya

07 June, 2017

Libya's neighbours on Tuesday agreed to push for political dialogue to end the crisis in Libya, rejecting any foreign interference or a military solution to the conflict.

Neither consistent nor ethical: Britain's Middle East policy

06 June, 2017

Comment: Brexit will drive British foreign policy after the election. For the Middle East this means privileging security and trade to the detriment of human rights, writes Chris Doyle.

Has Trump provoked a second wave of Arab counter-revolution?

06 June, 2017

Comment: The roots of the counter-revolutionary movement go back to the first days of the Arab Spring, if not to decades of authoritarian regimes in the region, writes Alaa Bayoumi.

'No one safe' from graft probe: Tunisian PM

05 June, 2017

Prime minister Youssef Chahed vowed to continue a crackdown on corruption, amid accusations that the drive is a guise for repressing regional protests.

Has Trump provoked a second wave of Arab counter-revolution?

05 June, 2017

Comment: The roots of the counter-revolutionary movement go back to the first days of the Arab Spring, if not to decades of authoritarian regimes in the region, writes Alaa Bayoumi.

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