Arab Spring

 
Peace prized as sands shift in Tunisia
Peace prized as sands shift in Tunisia
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Africans have to pull together to create peace and prosperity on the continent
Africans have to pull together to create peace and prosperity on the continent
The uprisings in North Africa and other Arab Spring countries are no different from uprisings that took place elsewhere in modern history: a quest...
Case dropped against Mubarak for death of 239 protesters
Case dropped against Mubarak for death of 239 protesters
An Egyptian court has dropped its case against former President Hosni Mubarak over the killing of 239 protesters in the 2011 revolt that ended his...
Is it really springtime in Africa?
Is it really springtime in Africa?
On October 30, as thousands of determined Burkinabé put an end to the 27-year rule of their Western-backed autocratic leader, Blaise...
Anti-Islamist Essebsi leads Tunisia's presidential vote
Anti-Islamist Essebsi leads Tunisia's presidential vote
The run-off battle in Tunisia's first free presidential election gets underway Wednesday, after secular front runners Beji Caid Essebsi and...
Tunisians vote for new president
Tunisians vote for new president
Tunisians are voting on Sunday in presidential elections, the country's first such polls since the overthrow of longtime dictator Zine El Abidine...
Egypt uprising anniversary marred by clashes
Egypt uprising anniversary marred by clashes
Nearly 250 people were wounded in Cairo and several other provinces, Egypt's health ministry said.
Late frost hits Tunisia's Arab Spring
Late frost hits Tunisia's Arab Spring
The murder of a leading left-wing opposition politician in Tunisia, the deaths of 11 soldiers in Islamist militant attacks and a series of bombs...
Social media can be used to ease extremism, says Saudi minister
Social media can be used to ease extremism, says Saudi minister
Mohammed Kuman, head of the council of Arab interior ministers, told a security meeting that "extremist thought ... on social networks has...
Tide of Salafism threatens the Arab spring
Tide of Salafism threatens the Arab spring
Late last year, largely unnoticed in the West, Tunisia's president, Moncef Marzouki, gave an interview to Chatham House's The World...

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