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Using and abusing the state of emergency

30 March, 2018

Comment: The amorphous concept of 'terrorism' has created the opportunity for both foreign and domestic wars, writes Hassina Mechai.

US confirms airstrike kills top al-Qaeda leader in Libya

29 March, 2018

A US airstrike last weekend in southwestern Libya killed two al-Qaeda militants, including a top recruiter, the military's Africa Command said.

Tunisia parliament votes to end human rights tribunal

27 March, 2018

Tunisian MPs rejected an extension of the Truth and Dignity Commission's mandate in a vote that some say was tainted by irregularities.

Jewish candidate for Muslim party breaks barriers in Tunisia

26 March, 2018

A member of Tunisia's dwindling Jewish community is running for office as a candidate of Tunisia's Islamist Ennahdha party, causing a sensation and some controversy.

Major Tunisian union to protest privatisation plans: official

24 March, 2018

The head of Tunisia's powerful UGTT union said it would stage protests if the government carries out controversial privatisation programmes.

Police station torched in Tunisia mining region protest

22 March, 2018

A police station in Tunisia's impoverished mining region was set alight by protesters on Wednesday.

Talk of Cairo: This week in Middle East football

21 March, 2018

Egypt has taken centre stage in football, with Mo Salah continuing to increase his remarkable goal scoring tally while a new Egyptian star has angered Al-Ahly loyalists.

Saudi Arabia to purge Muslim Brotherhood influence in schools

21 March, 2018

Teachers who are deemed sympathetic to the Muslim Brotherhood will be dismissed, as Saudi Arabia prepares to purge school curriculum from any influence of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Saif Gaddafi should be a prisoner, not president

20 March, 2018

Comment: Saif al-Islam Gaddafi will first have to deal with the judicial obstacle of being already criminally indicted by a Libyan court, writes Guma El-Gamaty.

Tunisia's LGBT community demand change

20 March, 2018

In-depth: Tunisia's LGBTQI community are taking bold steps to demand equality and recognition and hope to drag the conservative government with them, writes Alessandra Bajec

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