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Palestine is 2017's fastest-growing tourist destination

09 August, 2017

'Banksy tourism' could be behind the massive tourism boost in Palestine, but whatever it is attracting visitors, it's helping bring the world's attention to the Palestinian struggle.

Tunisian fishermen block 'racist' anti-migrant boat from docking

07 August, 2017

Far-right, anti-migration activists dealt another blow to a far-right, anti-migration European party, after Tunisian fishermen prevented their ship from resupplying at their port.

Tunisia's Jasmine revolution: A story of short-lived success?

04 August, 2017

Comment: Tunisia's 'Jasmine' revolution was heralded as a model for democratic transition in the Arab world. But crackdowns, poverty and corruption are back on the rise, writes Jonathan Fenton-Harvey.

A (relatively) good week for Middle East women's rights

03 August, 2017

The struggle for women's rights in the Middle East is by no means over, but the passionate and dedicated fight for equality and protection is paying off.

Jordan abolishes 'marry the victim' clause protecting rapists

01 August, 2017

Jordan has repealed a legal clause that allowed rapists to escape punishment if they married their victim, marking a major victory for women's rights.

Britain lifts laptop ban for some flights from Turkey

28 July, 2017

Britain's transport ministry said passengers would be allowed to carrying large phones, laptops and tablets in the cabin on all UK-bound flights from the airport.

Tunisia passes landmark law on violence against women

28 July, 2017

Human rights groups have praised Tunisia's progress in passing legal measures protecting women, however warn of financial barriers to their proper implementation.

Britain lifts warning against travel to Tunisia

27 July, 2017

Britain on Wednesday lifted its warning against "all but essential travel" to Tunisia, two years after a shooting spree by a jihadist attacker at a beach hotel

Quebec town rejects plan to build Muslim cemetery

18 July, 2017

Society: A small community near Canada's Quebec City has voted against building what would have been the first Muslim cemetery near the provincial capital, reports Jillian Kestler D'Amours.

Trial of suspected Tunisia museum attackers adjourned until October

14 July, 2017

New trial of 22 suspected terrorists who could face the death sentence adjourned until the end of October.

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