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New domestic violence law empowers abused Tunisia women

25 February, 2018

The law, passed in July, entered into force on 1 February and recognises physical, moral and sexual abuse as well as abuse in the form of financial exploitation.

Libya's neighbours are obstructing its path to peace

22 February, 2018

Comment: Regional involvement in Libya's conflict is hindering its efforts towards stability, writes Guma El-Gamaty.

Tunisia arrests 50 migrants headed for Europe

22 February, 2018

Fifty teenagers attempting to flee Tunisia for Europe's southern shores were captured over the weekend.

Tunisian coastguard rescues 48 migrants from sinking boat

17 February, 2018

The Tunisian authorities rescued the migrants, who were among thousands each year to attempt the perilous journey from North Africa to Europe since the 2011 Arab uprisings.

Dozens of police injured in Tunis stadium violence

17 February, 2018

At least 38 police officers have been injured in another after another incident of 'stadium terrorism' at a football game.

Tunisian legislator rips Israeli flag to protest formal ties

13 February, 2018

Opposition lawmaker Ammar Amroussia tore the flag on Tuesday to protest the delay.

Libya's smugglers are getting rich dealing in migrant lives

12 February, 2018

In-depth: Human traffickers are making fast cash on the migrant trade, yet many desperate people are willing to pay any price to escape, reports Francesca Mannocchi. Photos by Alessio Romenzi.

Egypt's struggle for freedom goes online

11 February, 2018

Egypt's clampdown on activists has moved from the streets to online, where following the wrong group on social media could land you in serious trouble with the law.

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.

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