Ten years after Hosni Mubarak was deposed from power, a photographer who documented the 2011 protests looks back.
Ten years after Egypt’s President Mubarak stepped down, a protester remembers a night of hope and celebrations in Cairo.
Ex-journalist Afrah Nasser remembers Yemen’s journey from revolution to war to the world’s worst humanitarian disaster.
While some developments have shined hope on ostensibly unsolvable conflicts, other dynamics have exacerbated issues.
Graffiti artists expressed the arc of Egypt’s uprising – from rage to euphoria to disillusionment.
Ten years ago, protests swept across Arab nations that changed the course of history.
Local media report Tunisian authorities saying some 600 people arrested after two days of clashes with police.
Tunisian leader tells protesters in Tunis suburb to not let looters exploit their ‘poverty and misery’.
A look inside escalating demonstrations rocking the North African nation amid restrictive COVID-19 containment measures.
After securing historic gains, the political engagement and representation of Tunisian women is now waning alarmingly.
Country marks 10 years since the start of demonstrations that led to the downfall of long-time ruler Hosni Mubarak.
Whether crossing a bridge in Selma, Alabama in 1965, or in Cairo in 2011, our struggles for justice share much.
Rights group says thousands held for years in overcrowded prisons with abysmal conditions; given unhealthy food.
Euphoria of revolution’s early days has simmered with officials cracking down on freedom of expression.
Ten years ago, the Middle East changed forever. Relive the events exactly as they unfolded, one tweet at a time.
An Egyptian protester describes how the revolution lives on inside those who were there.
From Egypt to Libya, a generation has been traumatised, but still, they swim against the tide of repression.
More than 1,000 people arrested in Tunisia over past two weeks in protests against corruption and police brutality.
A photojournalist who was in Cairo’s Tahrir Square in January 2011 revisits the day he knew things had changed for good.
Ten years ago, Tunisia toppled its dictator, offering ‘a glimpse of hope that began to glow across an entire region’.
Ten years on, the winds of change that brought us the Arab Spring have kept blowing, but not always in our favour.
Turkey is home to four million refugees – mostly Syrians – along with Arab activists, journalists and political figures.
Ten years on, the status quo in post-revolution countries has only had a change of clothes.
Ten years since the start of the uprisings, we revisit Al Jazeera documentaries that captured the spirit of the time.
Tunisia’s former president discusses the Arab Spring, 10 years on.
Ten years ago, a Tunisian fruit vendor set himself on fire. His cousin reflects on that day and what followed.
Ten years ago, revolts spread like wildfire across the Arab world, spurring events that changed the region.
A photographer who documented the early days of the uprising reflects on the first month – from Bouazizi to Ben Ali.
Protests against joblessness, corruption, inequality in Tunisia in 2010 sparked a regional explosion of popular anger.
Economic hardships, corruption grip Tunisia 10 years after an uprising that spread across the Arab world.