In western Libya, festive crowds gathered in public squares despite Covid-19 restrictions to watch anniversary fireworks and military parades, but the mood was more sombre in the east.
Tunisians mark the anniversary of 2013 killing of a prominent activist and protest against allegations of police brutality in a rally backed by a powerful labour union.
The imbalanced power relations between Egypt and the Gulf is mirrored by the treatment Egyptians have been receiving in the region.
Protesters march in capital Tunis over lack of jobs and police response to ongoing demonstrations, in defiance of government ban on crowds amid coronavirus.
President-elect Joe Biden won't walk away from the UAE, but there are a number of issues that will seriously test the relationship.
Stones and gasoline bombs rain in capital Tunis' Ettadamon district,with residents reporting street violence in several cities of North Africa's Arab country.
More than 20 Yemeni farmers are reported to have been killed in what locals are calling a process of 'colonisation' by the Houthis.
On the tenth anniversary of the Arab Spring, TRT World spoke with Gilbert Achcar, who has written extensively on the politics of the Middle East, to make sense of what transpired and what comes next.
As the conflict in Syria recedes, Russian and Iranian competition for power could result in new conflicts.
The cradle of the ‘Arab Spring’, Tunisia’s 2011 Jasmine revolution secured a hard-fought democratic transition. However, unemployment rates remain high and frustration lingers as economic progress has yet to materialise.
Ten years after Mohammed Bouaziz set himself on fire in protest in the town of Sidi Bouzid, Tunisians are questioning whether “something went wrong” with the “Arab uprising”.
Experts say that shifting dynamics could lead to greater democratisation across the Middle East.
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