Sudan coup: Gulf states and old allies jostle for power By Sean Mathews

Sudanese protesters in Khartoum burn tyres to block 60th Street, protesting the detention of members of…

Will the coup in Sudan end up being a rerun of the events that led to military dictatorship in Egypt? It looks as if it might by Robert Inlakesh

The military has seized power in Sudan, promising a democratic election in July 2023, but, as…

Algerian parliament marks anniversary of 1961 Paris massacre

People hold placards and Algerian flags during a rally to commemorate the brutal repression of an…

Algerian Muslim scholars refute Macron’s claims on Ottomans

ALGIERS, Algeria:  The Association of Algerian Muslim Ulema on Monday rejected French President Emmanuel Macron’s recent…

Algerian president recalls French massacre at Ottoman mosque

Algerian president Abdelmadjid Tebboune ALGIERS, Algeria:  Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune has narrated an official account of…

Tunisia: Thousands protest against Kais Saied’s power grab

Tunisians raise national flags as thousands join a rally against the president in central Tunis on…

Tunisian democracy ‘demonized’ by Arab media: Parliament speaker

Rached Ghannouchi says Ennahda party open to criticism and ready to make “sacrifices” to complete Tunisia’s…

Tunisia coup: Why its days could be numbered by David Hearst

A senior Algerian source tells MEE that the coup has no perspective and that they are…

The African Union’s back door invite to Israel has betrayed the Palestinians by Yvonne Ridley

Protesters gather and hold Palestinian flags in central Johannesburg, on May 23, 2021, as they take…

THE ANGRY ARAB: Counter-Revolution Strikes Tunisia By As`ad AbuKhalil

Super moon over Medina of Tunis, Nov. 14, 2016. (Issam Barhoumi, CC BY-SA 4.0, Wikimedia Commons) The…