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Arab Spring: How has Tunisia changed ten years on from the anti-government uprising?

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Arab Spring: How has Tunisia changed ten years on from the anti-government uprising?

Arab Spring: How has Tunisia changed ten years on from the anti-government uprising?

The Arab Spring led to the ousting of longtime dictators in Tunisia, Libya, Egypt and Yemen.


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Arab Spring Arab Spring Protests and revolutions in the Arab world in the 2010s

Bahrain Arab Spring: Ten-year anniversary of popular uprising [Video]

Bahrain Arab Spring: Ten-year anniversary of popular uprising

Bahrain ten years on. Al Jazeera look back at the only Gulf country to see protests during the 2011 Arab Spring.

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A look back at the Arab Spring 10 years later [Video]

A look back at the Arab Spring 10 years later

Ten years ago, mass protests demanding freedom and dignity rocked the Arab World and for a while, hope soared that decades of decay and dictatorship were coming to an end. But internal divisions, foreign intervention, war and authoritarians who stopped at nothing to seize or cling to power dashed much of that hope. CNN’s Ben Wedeman covered most of the uprisings and reflects on the meaning of these events.

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The Arab Spring, ten years on [Video]

The Arab Spring, ten years on

Egyptian novelist Ahdaf Souief and Amnesty International’s Amna Guellali discuss how the region has changed since the revolutions one decade ago.

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Tunisians protest after Arab Spring anniversary [Video]

Tunisians protest after Arab Spring anniversary

Hundreds of youths clashed with police in cities across Tunisia late on Monday, throwing stones and gasoline bombs in the capital as security forces used tear gas and water cannons to try to quell the unrest. Libby Hogan produced this report.

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Tunisia Tunisia Country in North Africa

Try a slice of 'Africa's most expensive' pizza [Video]

Try a slice of 'Africa's most expensive' pizza

Everyone loves pizza. But in Tunisia you can find a slice for everyone, including those who love gold and can afford it.

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Tunisian doctor dazzles virus ward with violin [Video]

Tunisian doctor dazzles virus ward with violin

A doctor in the Tunisian city of Sfax has taken to the violin in an attempt to boost the spirits of patients battling the coronavirus.

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Tunisian parliament reshuffled after violent protests [Video]

Tunisian parliament reshuffled after violent protests

Ten years after Tunisians toppled their regime and sparked uprisings across the Arab world, they are back on the streets of Tunis and other cities. Nighttime clashes and rioting have engulfed the streets of some of the impoverished areas. The unrest erupted earlier this month over poverty, unemployment and a deteriorating economic situation made worse by the pandemic.

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Tunisian protesters march on parliament amid cabinet reshuffle [Video]

Tunisian protesters march on parliament amid cabinet reshuffle

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Tunisia: Protests continue against police brutality, corruption [Video]

Tunisia: Protests continue against police brutality, corruption

Tunisians march against police brutality, inequality, as government bans gatherings amid surge in COVID-19 cases.

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Libya Libya Country in North Africa

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Efforts to rescue Libya's Tripoli under way

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UN and IOM call for Europe to resume search and rescue after latest Mediterranean deaths [Video]

UN and IOM call for Europe to resume search and rescue after latest Mediterranean deaths

UN data shows that out of the 3,800 people who arrived in Italy by sea this year, 2,527 departed from Libya.

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EU 'must give Libya more autonomy' over stopping Europe-bound migrants [Video]

EU 'must give Libya more autonomy' over stopping Europe-bound migrants

Euronews spoke to Admiral Fabio Agostini, head of the EU mission to enforce the Libyan arms embargo in the Mediterranean Sea, who said that more autonomy must be given to the war-torn country.

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Egypt Egypt Country spanning Northern Africa and Western Asia

Egypt's Sisi ups pressure for Ethiopia dam deal [Video]

Egypt's Sisi ups pressure for Ethiopia dam deal

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi called for a binding deal by the summer on the operation of a giant Ethiopian hydropower dam. Olivia Chan reports.

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Skateboarding competition is first of its kind in Egypt [Video]

Skateboarding competition is first of its kind in Egypt

Around 30 amateur skateboarders gathered at a downtown gallery house in Cairo, showing off their jumps and flips and competing for up to 10,000 EGP in first-prize money.

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India at UN urges Myanmar to resolve differences in peaceful, constructive manner [Video]

India at UN urges Myanmar to resolve differences in peaceful, constructive manner

India called on Myanmar leadership to resolve differences in peaceful and constructive manner. 'Rule of law and democratic process must be upheld and those detained be released'. It urged all stakeholders to restore democratic order. India has been steadfast in support to the process of democratic transition in Myanmar. At UNSC meet on the Middle East, India reaffirmed support to the Palestinian cause. It advised for establishment of a sovereign, viable and independent state of Palestine living side by side in peace and security with Israel. 'Recent diplomatic efforts to revive the stalled peace talks are encouraging'. India also acknowledged Egypt's efforts in facilitating the Cairo agreement. India is in the process of sending another batch of medicines as a grant to the Palestinian people. It will facilitate an early supply of Made in India vaccines to Palestine. At UNSC meet on Somalia, India condemned frequent terror attacks by Al-Shabaab. It said that Somali security forces and institutions need continued support to tackle Al Shabaab and other armed groups. India asked for transition of security from the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) to Somali security forces, keeping in mind ground realities.

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Yemen Yemen Country on the Arabian Peninsula

Houthis fire missiles, drones at Saudi oil facilities [Video]

Houthis fire missiles, drones at Saudi oil facilities

Yemen’s Houthi rebels fire ballistic missiles and drones at oil facilities and military sites in Saudi Arabia.

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Yemen's Houthis attack Saudi oil heartland [Video]

Yemen's Houthis attack Saudi oil heartland

Yemen's Houthi forces fired drones and missiles at the heart of Saudi Arabia's oil industry on Sunday, including a Saudi Aramco facility at Ras Tanura vital to petroleum exports. Flora Bradley-Watson reports.

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Egeland: Yemen's aid shortfall is going to be measured in children's lives lost [Video]

Egeland: Yemen's aid shortfall is going to be measured in children's lives lost

Jan Egeland, Secretary-General of the Norwegian Refugee Council, speaks to Becky Anderson about the lack of international support for Yemen’s humanitarian crisis and what this will mean for the country.

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Boris Johnson claims aid cuts are in line with the priorities of Britons [Video]

Boris Johnson claims aid cuts are in line with the priorities of Britons

Boris Johnson criticised Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer for using his six questions at Prime Minister’s Questions to focus on the humanitarian disaster in Yemen and the UK Government’s decision to cut its support.

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Johnson 'proud' of UK's support for Yemen [Video]

Johnson 'proud' of UK's support for Yemen

Boris Johnson said the British people can be “hugely proud” of the country’s support for Yemen.Mr Johnson replied that the UK Government “continue scrupulously to follow the humanitarian guidance which are amongst the toughest measures anywhere in the world in respect of all arms sales”.He added: “He talks about humanitarian relief and actually I think the people of this country can be hugely proud of what we are doing to support the people of Yemen – almost £1 billion of aid contributed in the last five years.”

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