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Travel agency to add more holidays to Egypt, Turkey

08 February, 2018

After suffering a blow in the tourism industry following terror attacks, travel warnings and flight suspensions, tourism demand for Egypt and Turkey is expected to rise again.

'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.

In a suspicious world, Middle East arts flourish

30 January, 2018

It's refreshing to remember that the terrorists depicted in western media and entertainment as modern-day bogeymen represent but an infinitesimal fraction of the real Middle East, writes Jordan Elgrably.

Hashish sparks Algeria-Morocco war of words

29 January, 2018

Chances of a swift resolution go up in smoke as Algeria's accusations against Morocco threaten to deepen the rift between the two countries.

IMF urges Arab states to tackle economic 'frustration'

28 January, 2018

Reforms in Arab states have proved a delicate balancing act with countries seeking to benefit from IMF loans having to reduce budget deficits, resulting in rising living costs.

Chinese, Russian visitors boost Middle East tourism

21 January, 2018

The Middle East region drew 58 million foreign tourists last year, nearly five percent more than 2016, the Madrid-based WTO said in its latest figures.

Tunisia takes groundbreaking steps towards gender equality

20 January, 2018

A new bill being drafted in Tunisia could see gender equality within marriage through a selection of new laws, including a long-awaited reform on equal inheritance.

IMF denies pressuring Tunisia to adopt austerity measures

19 January, 2018

The International Monetary Fund says 'outdated' views about its work are leading to misplaced anger against the Fund.

A return to authoritarianism in Tunisia: (Part II)

18 January, 2018

Comment: Essebsi is thwarting the fight against corruption, stalling transitional justice and postponing municipal elections. The 2018 protests should serve as a warning, writes Khadija Mohsen-Finan.

A return to authoritarianism in Tunisia: (Part I)

18 January, 2018

Comment: On the anniversary of a revolution that brought hope to many, Tunisians are back on the streets. Khadija Mohsen-Finan looks back at what became of democratic transition, post-2011.

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