Egypt’s former military ruler Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi has died aged 85, Egypt’s presidency said.
Power cuts have become a regular occurrence in the war-torn country where people say authorities are not doing enough.
Tunisia’s largest parliamentary party faces an existential threat after President Saied assumed executive powers.
But that all changed when government forces fired on peaceful protesters. A Yemeni demonstrator remembers that day.
Since the Arab Spring, the media has been muzzled, but independent voices and a new US president offer hope.
The Houthis are pushing towards the gas-rich region of Marib, the government’s last stronghold in northern Yemen.
Donald Trump’s policies encourage authoritarianism in Manama, rights groups say; want Biden to reset relations.
The MENA region accounts for half of UNICEF’s worldwide humanitarian response appeals, a marked rise since 2011.
Ten years after Libya’s Day of Revolt, Al Jazeera’s Imran Khan recalls the hope and optimism he witnessed in 2011.
Graffiti artists expressed the arc of Egypt’s uprising – from rage to euphoria to disillusionment.
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.
Al Jazeera looks at the Arab Spring through the eyes of some of the people who lived through it.