Reporter's Notebook

Did the protests in Iran bring about any success?

A month after protests erupted in Iran, there are signs that those who demonstrated in the streets may have had some success.

Protests, 2018 budget and public discourse in Iran

Hong Kong

Outrage in Hong Kong as activist is barred from polls

Agnes Chow, 21, was seeking to become Hong Kong's youngest council member for a pro-democracy party.

Outrage in Hong Kong as activist is barred from polls

Russia

Russian opposition leader arrested amid protests

Alexei Navalny organises nationwide rallies, calling for boycotting March presidential vote, prompting police crackdown.

Russia police arrest Alexei Navalny amid protests

Latin America

Honduras president sworn in amid protests

Juan Orlando Hernandez takes oath of office for a second term amid protests against a bitterly disputed election.

Reporter's Notebook

One month after Iran protests: A climate of uncertainty

Delegation of Iranian MPs are expected to visited suspected anti-government protesters on Sunday.

Tunisia

Tunisia austerity protests go on amid wave of arrests

Dozens of protesters rallied in Tunis on Friday to demand the government cancel recent austerity measures.

Tunisia austerity protests go on amid wave of arrests

Europe

Romania: Tens of thousands protest against corruption

Demonstrators brave police and poor weather to protest against law that will make it more difficult to prosecute high-level officials.

Opinion

Can the subaltern speak English?

For weeks, journalists, pundits and global leaders were making assumptions about Iranian protesters ... in English.

Hamid Dabashi

by Hamid Dabashi

Hamid Dabashi

Tunisia

How can Tunisia rebuild its economy?

Some blame an IMF loan as the main reason Tunisia's government included strict austerity measures in its 2018 budget.

How can Tunisia rebuild its economy?

Hong Kong

Hong Kong activists jailed for role in 2014 protests

Hong Kong pro-democracy activists jailed for contempt of court for their role in the country's 2014 'Umbrella' protests.

Hong Kong activists jailed for role in 2014 protests

Tunisia

'Employ us or kill us': Tunisian youth on the margins

In one of the country's poorest areas, young people describe the hardship and boredom of being out of work.

'Employ us or kill us': Tunisian youth on the margins

Iran

What unblocking Telegram app means to Iranians

With an estimated 40 million users, app's shutdown by authorities had a serious effect on the lives of many Iranians.

One year under Trump

Trump's America: A shrinking space for protests

Critics accuse US President Donald Trump of overseeing an increasingly severe crackdown on activism and dissent.

One year under Trump: A shrinking space for protests

Tunisia

'Stolen revolution': Anger as Tunisia marks 2011 revolt

Commemoration of the fall of Zine El Abidine Ben Ali coincides with broader protests against state austerity measures.

Tunisia

Q&A: Tunisia's protest leaders vow to keep up pressure

Al Jazeera speaks with an organiser of the protest movement leading rallies against the country's austerity measures.

Q&A: Tunisia's protest leaders vow to keep up pressure