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Ines Bel Aiba

Ines Bel Aiba

    'Milestone' election for Tunisia
    'Milestone' election for Tunisia
    Tunisia's main secular party was in a confident mood on Monday with vote counting underway following a general election seen as critical for...
    Analysts blast Morsi as court calls off Egypt elections
    Analysts blast Morsi as court calls off Egypt elections
    Since his election in June 2012 in the aftermath of the revolution that toppled the veteran president Hosni Mubarak, Morsi has had to backtrack on...
    Egypt's police fire tear gas at protesters
    Egypt's police fire tear gas at protesters
    Clashes erupted in the Egyptian capital on Thursday between protesters and police, as the government scrambled to contain mounting anger over...
    Anger grows in Libya's forgotten town
    Anger grows in Libya's forgotten town
    Sirte was a city protected, even pampered, by the regime of Muammar Gaddafi. But now, the fallen leader's forgotten hometown is simmering with...
    Cairo under curfew after 24 Copts killed in clash with army
    Cairo under curfew after 24 Copts killed in clash with army
    A curfew was imposed overnight in Egypt's capital after 24 people, mostly Coptic Christians, died in clashes with security forces in the deadliest...
    We will fight until we win, declares Gaddafi
    We will fight until we win, declares Gaddafi
    A defiant Muammar Gaddafi vowed to fight until victory in a message broadcast by a Syrian station, as his forces launched surprise fightbacks on...
    Mubarak, two sons detained for 15 days
    Mubarak, two sons detained for 15 days
    Egypt's former president Hosni Mubarak has been placed in detention for 15 days, prosecutors said on Wednesday shortly after state media reported...
    Tunisian army chief warns against 'power vacuum'
    Tunisian army chief warns against 'power vacuum'
    Tunisia's army chief on Monday warned that a "power vacuum" in the country could lead to dictatorship, as the government prepared a major Cabinet...
    Egyptian anger soars with food prices
    Egyptian anger soars with food prices
    Sky-rocketing food prices in Egypt since the start of the year are being matched by a rumbling wave of popular discontent and unprecedented strikes...
    'Sexual predators' prowl Egypt's streets
    'Sexual predators' prowl Egypt's streets
    From lewd looks to inappropriate touching, experts say Egypt's growing street harassment of women is a deep-rooted and largely ignored problem...