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Bernard Lewis: The clash of civilisations that never was

23 May, 2018

Comment: Lewis' 'clash of the civilisations' theory made him the orientalist of choice for America's neo-conservative establishment, writes Khaled Diab.

Tunisia's tourism industry recovers from jihadi violence

23 May, 2018

A series of terror attacks in Tunisia rocked the country's tourism sector from 2015, but there are rays of light on the horizon.

Former PM warns election would risk Libya's partition

22 May, 2018

Mahmoud Jibril has said an election would sow further division in Libya unless all parties agreed to respect its results.

Tunisia pilot boots passenger over racism against black attendant

20 May, 2018

A pilot with Tunisia's national airline has kicked off a passenger after she hurled racist abuse at a black flight attendant.

Egypt's Jekyll and Hyde approach to atheists

17 May, 2018

Comment: Atheists in Egypt have been enjoying greater public acceptance, but their increased visibility has also resulted in shrill panic towards the atheist 'tsunami', writes Khaled Diab.

Tunisia police foil knife attack near synagogue

15 May, 2018

Tunisian authorities have handed over a 45-year-old man to anti-terror services after he reportedly tried to knife two police officers near a Tunis synagogue.

UN Human Rights Council to meet over Gaza killings

15 May, 2018

A special session will be held on Friday to discuss the "deteriorating human rights situation" in Palestinian territories.

Tunisia sentences ousted leader Ben Ali to life

15 May, 2018

A Tunisian court has sentenced ousted President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali to life in prison over the killing and wounding of protesters during the 2011 uprising that toppled him.

Tunisia still has much democratic progress to make

08 May, 2018

Analysis: Seven years after their uprising, Tunisians marked their first free municipal election on Sunday, but many still feel disappointment with living conditions, government corruption and slow democratic progress.

Tunisian elections: capital gets its first ever female mayor

07 May, 2018

Head of Ennahda's Tunis list Souad Abderrahim is set to be elected the first female mayor of the capital in historic local elections.

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