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Women in rural Tunisia mix hot sauce with business

06 December, 2017

Tunisian women earn a living by producing, selling and even exporting Harissa, the spicy hot pepper paste notorious in the North African Maghreb region.

Who will Arab teams face in the World Cup?

02 December, 2017

Four Arab nations have finally learned their long-awaited opponents for next year's FIFA World Cup in Russia next year following Friday's draw.

Razzia: Nabil Ayouch's critical homage to Morocco's cultural tapestry

01 December, 2017

Society: An ensemble cast share a story that reflects the complexity of Moroccan identity. Nabil Ayouch and Maryam Touzani speak to Jordan Elgrably.

Libya's sovereign wealth scandal: Taxpayers' billions squandered through incompetence

30 November, 2017

Part one of an exclusive investigation into the mismanagement of an opaque and secretive operation that mimics the country's divided politics.

#SheDefends: Honouring the Middle Eastern women fighting for change

29 November, 2017

There is a long way to go to achieve gender equality in the Middle East, but progress - and sacrifice - has been made by brave women human rights defenders.

Can Tunisia eliminate violence against women?

29 November, 2017

In-depth: In probably the most progressive Arab nation for women's rights, officials are making efforts to end gender-based violence. But powerful obstacles stand in their way, reports Jonathan Fenton-Harvey.

What next for the IS fighters returning to Tunisia

28 November, 2017

Indepth: Hundreds of Islamic State fighters are returning to Tunisia, but what can be done to prevent the spread of radicalisation in a country reliant on tourism, writes Francesca Mannocchi.

Saudi Arabia: Targeting scholars from Malaysia to Tunisia

28 November, 2017

Comment: Saudi Arabia's decision to ban the Qatar-based International Union of Muslim Scholars has sparked political controversy in Malaysia, Tunisia and beyond, writes James M. Dorsey.

Arab economies look set to stay in the doldrums

23 November, 2017

Analysis: While European economies appear to have weathered the storm, dark forecasts for the Arab world persist, writes Jean-Pierre Sereni.

Tunisia PM continues painful tax reforms and job cuts

22 November, 2017

Tunisia's Prime Minister Youssef Chahed has pushed through tax raises and job cuts in a bid to cut the country's deficit, despite opposition from unions and business leaders.

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