Tunisia Protests: Fourth night of protests sees hundreds of protesters being arrested

Tunisia is witnessing widespread protests, entering into its fourth night. On Monday, the centre of Tunis, capital city of Tunisia saw protesters returning to streets


More demonstrations in Iraq, clashes and victims

Thousands of Iraqis took to the streets in the southern Iraqi city of Nassiriya after a citizen died of injuries sustained in clashes last week


Amid protests for revolution, Lebanon’s ruling class continues to control the system

The devastating blast at Beirut’s port on August 4 sent shock wave across Lebanon, affecting thousands of life in the aftermath. Notedly, the responsibility of


Libya: Al-Serraj’s speech does not convince the demonstrators

The televised speech last night by the Libyan President of the Council of the Government of National Accord (GNA), Fayez Al-Sarraj, failed to calm the


Repression against journalists continues in Algeria

Algeria condemned to three-year prison a well-known Algerian journalist for reporting on anti-government demonstrations. Local activists and international organizations of Human Rights defenders repeatedly denounced


Beirut blast sparks anger in people, protestors raise call for government to quit

On Sunday, Central Beirut turned into a battle ground as over 10,000 protestors, gathered at Martyrs’ Square, tried to storm into the Parliament, government ministries

Lebanese protesters against the current government
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A new wave of protests against the government in Lebanon

A new wave of protests against the government is putting Lebanon on fire. Demonstrators set fire to roadways and clashed….

Revolution in Lebanon, Protests in Lebanon
Middle East News

Elections in Libya: Question of Peace or Protest in the country

People in Lebanon have taken to the streets expressing their anger over the government’s handling of economic crisis. The protests all across the nation took

Lebanese Revolution, against the current government
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Israeli Supreme Court proposes “protected rent” to Arab families in East Jerusalem

In conjunction with the return of the Lebanese demonstrators to the streets to protest the deteriorating economic conditions,members of the Lebanese Parliament were received by

Muhammad Allawi, appointed by the Prime Minister of Iraq, resigned after the second failure of the parliamentary vote on the new composition
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Allawi’s government is “politically besieged” … and security continues to kill protesters in Iraq.

The government of Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi is still “politically besieged” awaiting to be entrusted, while Iraqi security continued to use violence against protesters,