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Algeria expects influx of migrants after EU crackdown

27 April, 2018

More migrants and refugees from sub-Saharan Africa are expected to arrive in Algeria following the European Union's decision to close its doors, authorities warned.

Tears and trophies: This week in Middle East football

25 April, 2018

Football clubs in the Middle East are winding down after a grueling 2017-18 campaign, with some surprise teams among the familiar names lifting regional league trophies.

Jordan criticised for gender discrimination with nationality rules

25 April, 2018

Human Rights Watch has criticised Jordan's gender biased nationality laws that discriminate against women.

Hamas vows revenge for engineer 'assassinated' in Malaysia

21 April, 2018

Malaysian authorities said Fadi al-Batsh, 35, was killed by two suspects believed to have ties with a foreign intelligence agency in a drive-by shooting in Kuala Lumpur.

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.

'State of emergency' erodes France and Tunisia's civil liberties

18 April, 2018

Comment: The state of emergency declared by the French and Tunisian governments has led to increasing infringements of civil liberties, but civil society is fighting back, writes Cyril Lemba.

Who are the French and Tunisian Islamic State soldiers?

17 April, 2018

Comment: France and Tunisia face similar challenges, and must seek to alleviate the exclusion that has become so widespread among their young men, write Yassine Nabli and Malek Lakhal.

Radicalisation in prison cells in France and Tunisia

16 April, 2018

Comment: In overcrowded and dehumanising prison conditions, someone making a speech that is even the slightest bit comforting or inspiring can easily influence vulnerable minds, writes Jeremy Felkowski.

What is terrorism?

16 April, 2018

Comment: Broad and shifting definitions of 'terrorism' have given states free rein to act with impunity, writes Zohra el-Mokhtari.

France and Tunisia's war or terror: An introduction

16 April, 2018

Comment: 'How do we define terrorism?' and who should be classed as a 'terrorist'? Warda Mohammed introduces this special series on responses to terrorism in France and Tunisia.

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