Alessandra Bajec is a freelance journalist based in Tunis. Her eyes and ears are on the Middle East and North Africa.
North African nation is divided over digital survey seeking citizens’ suggestions on changes to the constitution.
As October’s military coup in Sudan threatens to roll back the gains made in the 2019 revolution, women are fighting once again the authoritarian regime, remaining one of the core revolutionary forces on the ground.
Two years ago, the lawmaker's case prompted thousands of Tunisians to publicly share personal stories of sexual harassment and abuse under #EnaZeda.
Tunisians rise up against ongoing state of exception two months since President Kais Saied seized governing powers amidst mounting frustration at the absence of a new government and worries over authoritarian ruling.
Nearly four years since Daesh's departure, Maslawi artists and musicians are reclaiming cultural life in northern Iraq’s beleaguered city, Mosul.
It all began with a tweet from an anonymous male user smacking of sexual perversion.
Food is one of the best ways to demonstrate Palestine’s unique culture and its diversity.
In the Israeli-occupied West Bank, people are living through double isolation amid a one-month state of emergency.
The uprising has opened a new-found space for women in Lebanon’s traditionally conservative second city as they lead their own fight for change.
Since Lebanon’s uprising began, DJ Madi K has livened up the protest movement in Tripoli through his music, showing the world another face of the northern Lebanese city.
The country is entering the second week of an uprising over inadequate public services, endemic corruption and painful austerity measures, despite the government's adoption of an emergency reform plan.
Tunisia will pay a heavy price for the closure of UK travel giant as its tourism industry continues to recover from the twin terror attacks in 2015.
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