In Izmir, on Turkey’s Mediterranean coast, the crackdown on smuggling boats has frustrated refugees and locals alike.
Proposed legislation could grant amnesty to many who benefitted from the previous regime, critics say.
Mass unemployment is gripping Tunisia’s troubled mining regions, while the country’s tourism sector gets a major blow.
A new commission will be reviewing the cases of victims of Tunisia’s past regimes, yet some doubt its potential.
Desperate and vulnerable, many attempting the deadly journey from Africa to Europe end up in Tunisia after boats sink.
Residents of Tunisia’s border town of Dehiba struggle to make a living amid governmental neglect and illegal trade.
Tunisians fear consequences of the museum attack on the economy and democratic transition.
Nidaa Tounes is still managing the fallout after parliament approved a unity government including rival party Ennahda.
The recent trials of a controversial blogger and a film-maker have highlighted the need for legal reform in Tunisia.
Human rights advocates fear there will be a backsliding on transitional justice process under the new president.