Much has been gained through Tunisia’s revolution already. Going forward, it’s important to remember that and ensure it is not lost.
Dozens of other prisoners are on hunger strike in Egypt, according to rights groups
Tunisia’s Islamist Ennahda party has said it will not back any candidate in the upcoming presidential election, in a move that could open the ...
The A-list star wondered aloud whether she would better achieve her aims as an actress or in another role
One Tunisian: “We’ve had five governments since 2011 and nothing has changed on the ground”
Islamist Ennahda party won most seats in the first parliamentary elections
The culture ministry rejected the censorship claims and dismissed the musicians letter as a "publicity stunt"
Experts warn that a terrorist attack could disrupt the country’s path to democracy
Until recently in Iraq, getting anything done on a provincial level required approval from Baghdad
The Foleys urged reporters to continue their work in war zones despite their loss
The United Kingdom urged to follow Sweden's example
The Egyptians demand the release of activist Alaa Abdel Fattah, a symbol of the 2011 uprising, and others
His campaign promised and promoted the slogans of "Government of Prudence and Hope" and “ moderation and wisdom".
Hundreds of supporters of Mursi's Muslim Brotherhood have been killed and thousands arrested since he was ousted.
Rowhani, a moderate whose tenure has so far focused on economic and foreign policy rather than social reform, said Iran.
The activists were detained last May, according to a non-violent movement seeking an end to President Omar al-Bashir’s government
The decree also stipulates establishing a commission to take care of complaints against religious institutions
Heart-throb George Clooney is reportedly planning on a future in politics after his much anticipated wedding to Lebanese Amal Alamuddin later this year
Muawad, host of ‘Point of Order’, has interviewed figures such as Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad
Since President Hassan Rowhani, a relative moderate in Iran, took office last August, there has been a surge in executions
Committee to Protect Journalists says the number of targeted killings of reporters is increasing
The powerful Shiite cleric accused the prime minister of terrorizing Sunnis and building a new dictatorship
With a few exceptions, most rebels are unstable individuals expressing their anger and sense of failure outward
Premier-designate Mehdi Jomaa wanted to demonstrate that officials should not accept presents
Established Pakistan newspaper quotes satirical website’s joke that Gulf nationals have been barred from Qatar-owned London store
Qatari foreign minister says ‘everyone’ agrees that the Syrian conflict should be ‘resolved through a political solution’
Youssef’s show had been suspended by the Egyptian satellite television channel CBC
Three cultural artists received the 2014 Crystal Awards
These three countries have the potential to offer something positive to the region’s development trajectory
The signing ceremony took place in the country’s ancient temple city of Luxor
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