Al Jazeera World

Bahrain: Playing With Fire

Did the Bahraini government collude with al-Qaeda members to target Shia opposition figures during the 2011 unrest?

Twitter

How Arab governments use cyberspace laws to shut down activism

Critical Arab voices are being silenced on Twitter, and laws across the Middle East are created to further this cause.

How Arab governments use cyberspace laws to shut down activism

Middle East

'It exists to demobilise opposition': How Twitter fails Arabs

Social media platforms were essential in the Arab Spring, but governments soon learned how to counter dissent online.

'It exists to demobilise opposition': How Twitter fails Arabs

Social media

How armies of fake accounts 'ruined' Twitter in the Middle East

Twitter in the Middle East changed from a tool for transparency to a platform overrun by bots and propaganda.

How armies of fake accounts 'ruined' Twitter in the Middle East

Sudan

What can Sudan learn from its neighbour Egypt?

The Stream explores the power-sharing agreement between Sudan’s Transitional Military Council and pro-democracy opposition.

What can Sudan learn from its neighbour Egypt?

Middle East

What to expect from the Arab League summit in Tunis

Meeting in Tunisia's capital comes against backdrop of divisions, wars and, in some countries, increasing repression.

What to expect from the Arab League summit in Tunis

Al Jazeera World

Egypt's Morsi: The Final Hours

An investigation into the behind-the-scenes turmoil during the final days of Mohamed Morsi's presidency.

Muslim Brotherhood

Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood calls for end of army rule

Banned group urges opponents of President Sisi to free Egypt from military control and release political prisoners.

Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood calls for a unified opposition

Tunisia

Tunisia: Socioeconomic injustice persists 8 years after uprising

Economic malaise that sparked the revolution continues on the anniversary of the 2011 Arab Spring's beginning.

Tunisia: Socioeconomic injustice persists 8 years after uprising

Inside Story

Is it Sudan's version of the Arab Spring?

President Omar al-Bashir says protesters demanding an end to his 29-year rule are 'traitors'.

The Big Picture

The Death of Gaddafi

What led to Muammar Gaddafi's downfall and the break-up of Libya?

The Big Picture

How Libya was Torn Apart

The legacy of the life and death of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi.

Human Rights

Hundreds of Bahrainis stripped of citizenship: report

Since 2012, 738 people lost their citizenship including journalists, human rights activists and religious scholars.

Hundreds of Bahrainis stripped of citizenship: report

Tunisia

Will Tunisia's municipal elections change anything?

Analysts say deep structural change at local and national levels needed to resolve 'shocking' levels of inequality.

Will Tunisia's municipal elections change anything?

REWIND

Revisiting Egypt's April 6 movement, 10 years on

A core group of young activists coordinated protests that rocked the country in the earliest days of the Arab Spring.