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By Joey Cappelletti, Ed White, Associated Press
After a popular uprising brought down the regime of former president Omar Al Bashir in 2019, a transitional government has led Sudan. It established a timetable for democratic elections, and started undertaking economic reforms. But to some Sudanese, the pace…
By Benedict Moran, Jorgen Samso
In Syria’s ongoing war, doctors are under attack in the very places they expect to be safe: their hospitals. Last week, pro-government forces bombed a maternity hospital in the northwestern city of Idlib -- just one of the more than…
By Marcia Biggs
In the wake of the Arab Spring, Tunisians hoped that jobs and prosperity would follow the rise of democracy in their country. But persistent unemployment and poverty have disenchanted many young people, sending waves of former protesters to fight for…
By PBS NewsHour
“Pop music is dead.” You’ve heard the refrain dropped by nostalgic music lovers at backyard barbecues. And it’s no surprise. Everyone thinks the tunes of their generation marked a sort of cultural pinnacle and that music has since become bland.
By Nsikan Akpan
Four years ago, a dramatic act by a Tunisian street vendor prompted weeks of protests, the ousting of a president who had ruled for 25 years and an eruption of upheaval and transformation around the Arab world. In collaboration with…
In Libya, rival militias fighting for control of Tripoli airport set ablaze a major fuel depot. Some Western governments, including the U.S., have pulled their personnel from the country, as factional violence and regional rivalries unravel the gains of the…
Crackdown disappoints Egyptians expecting social justice from revolution…
Tunisia, birthplace of the Arab Spring, struggles to reset its democracy…
Nicky Nodjoumi's art in exile: From Tehran to Brooklyn…
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