Asma Ajroudi

Asma Ajroudi

Tunisia

Tunisia's Nidaa Tounes in shambles amid political turbulence

Ruling party's secretary-general initiates legal proceeding against PM Youssef Chahed following cabinet reshuffle.

Tunisia's Nidaa Tounes in shambles amid political turbulence

Jamal Khashoggi

'No to the murderer': More protests in Tunisia against MBS visit

More protests in Tunisian capital as hundreds express anger at Saudi crown prince's visit in wake of Khashoggi's murder.

'No to the murderer': More protests in Tunisia against MBS visit

Tunisia

Tunisians 'speak their mind', say no to Mohammed bin Salman visit

Saudi crown prince set to arrive in Tunis on Tuesday as part of a regional tour, his first in wake of Khashoggi killing.

Tunisians 'speak their mind', say no to Mohammed bin Salman visit

Lebanon

Lebanon in stalemate over new cabinet: What's the hold up?

Six months after general election, parties are still wrangling for ministerial posts to form a new government.

Lebanon in stalemate over new cabinet: What's the hold up?

Tunisia

Tunisia 'needs a cultural revolution' to combat racism

Tunisia becomes first Arab country to criminalise racial discrimination in move activists hail as historic.

Tunisia 'needs a cultural revolution' to combat racism

Middle East

Unpicking the results of Lebanon's elections

Analysts dispute significance of Hezbollah's gains at the expense of Saad Hariri's party as poll fever cools.

Unpicking the results of Lebanon's elections

Middle East

Hezbollah, Amal and allies biggest winners in Lebanon elections

Unofficial tallies showing big gains for 'Shia duo' at the expense of Saad Hariri's bloc set to raise regional tensions.

Hezbollah, Amal and allies biggest winners in Lebanon elections

Lebanon

Polls close in Lebanon's first general election in nine years

First parliamentary elections in nearly a decade introduces electoral law with proportional representation.

Polls close in Lebanon's first general election in nine years

Middle East

In Lebanon's Zahle, elections are local

Bizarre alliances competing for one eastern city's seven seats reflect manoeuvring for votes in parliamentary elections.

In Lebanon's Zahle, elections are local

Women's Rights

Record number of Lebanese women running for office

Impressive surge generates sense of hope in many Lebanese about women's participation in their country's politics.

Record number of Lebanese women running for office

Interactive

Lebanon elections 2018: Politics as usual

Lebanon heads to general elections for the first time in nine years.

Lebanon elections 2018: Politics as usual

Lebanon

Will the Lebanese vote in parliamentary elections?

New electoral law has citizens divided over upcoming general election happening for the first time in years.

Will the Lebanese vote in parliamentary elections?