A former fisherman in Tunisia's coastal town of Zarzis has been burying migrants who die in the Mediterranean while searching for a better life in Europe. A one-man mission to give rest to the hundreds of people forgotten at sea.
Saudi Arabia and the UAE have a long history of counter-revolutions in the Muslim world - are they gearing up for another in Sudan?
The country’s award-winning General Labour Union says it is stepping into the political scene following the failure of the government to launch its much promised economic recovery programs. But not everyone is happy about that.
Fishermen in the Tunisian town of Zarzis have been frontline actors in saving migrant lives at sea even though their humanitarian assistance is increasingly being compromised by hostile European migration policies.
For Africa’s indigenous Amazighs, body art was more than mere images. They were a decisive social, almost poetic, marker for centuries.
"Around the world, we are seeing ever-rising anti-Muslim hatred, anti-Semitism, racism and xenophobia," Antonio Guterres says while citing the New Zealand mosque attacks by a white supremacist as well as a 2018 synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh.
Leaders meeting for the annual Arab League summit were united in their condemnation of Trump administration's policies seen as unfairly biased toward Israel but divided on a host of other issues, including whether to readmit founding member Syria.
Arab visitors to Turkey, especially from Gulf nations, have steadily increased in recent years as have tensions between Turkey and some Gulf countries. So far it hasn't bled into the tourist scene, but there have been attempts to link the two.
Demonstrations against President Abdelaziz Bouteflika enter third week posing biggest challenge to ailing 82-year-old leader, who has ruled for 20 years and is standing for re-election on April 18.
Prime Minister Youssef Chahed’s government is using draconian laws to target bloggers for expressing dissent on the internet.
David Satterfield has been the acting assistant secretary of state for Near Eastern Affairs since 2017 and has also previously served as the deputy US chief of mission in Iraq, ambassador to Lebanon.
The militants were on trial over two attacks that took place in 2015. Among those who were facing trial were six security personnel accused of failing to provide assistance to people in danger during the Sousse attack.
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