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.

Middle East

Tunisia's revolution: Relatives of victims demand justice

The government has not released a list of those killed and wounded in the revolution, stymying attempts to seek justice against members of the regimes security forces or get medical care for injuries suffered during the revolution.

Opinion

In memory of the 'Watcher of Tahrir'

Pierre Sioufi may be gone, but his legacy will continue to inspire courage in Egypt and beyond.

Mark LeVine

by Mark LeVine

Mark LeVine

Special series

Libya 2011: Through the Fire

Through the eyes of a Libyan-born filmmaker, we explore the dark stories that emerged from Libya during the 2011 revolt.

Libya 2011: Through the Fire

UpFront

Has the Arab Spring failed Libya and Bahrain?

We ask if the Arab Spring has ultimately failed to bring change to Libya and Bahrain, or if there's hope for the future.

Has the Arab Spring failed Libya and Bahrain?

UpFront

Libya: From Arab Spring to failed state?

We debate whether today's war-torn Libya can be blamed on the legacy of Colonel Gaddafi's 42 years in power.

Libya: From Arab Spring to failed state?

UpFront

What happened to the revolution in Bahrain?

We ask Bahraini activist Maryam al-Khawaja if there has been any progress in Bahrain seven years after the uprising.

What happened to the revolution in Bahrain?

Yemen

Yemeni Nobel laureate: Saudi Arabia, UAE occupy Yemen

Tawakkol Karman tells Reuters that Riyadh and Abu Dhabi occupy her country and repress democratic change in the region.

Yemeni Nobel laureate: Saudi Arabia, UAE occupy Yemen

Opinion

The myth of Tunisia's exceptionalism

The popular idea of Tunisia being a post-Arab Spring 'success story' is quite harmful.

Haythem Guesmi

by Haythem Guesmi

Haythem Guesmi

Opinion

Will the 2010s be the 'wasted decade' of Arab hopes?

Between the "Arab Spring", "Islamist Winter" and "Zionist conspiracy", Arabs may seem in despair, but all is not lost.

Youssef Cherif

by Youssef Cherif

Youssef Cherif

In the Field

Ibrahim Halawa: I woke up to the sound of torture

Irish national Ibrahim Halawa, who spent four years in an Egyptian prison, talks to Al Jazeera.

Middle East

Leaders in the Arab Spring era: Where are they now?

In the wake of Saleh's death, we look at the fate of Arab leaders affected by Arab Spring protests.

Leaders in the Arab Spring era: Where are they now?

Egypt

Ex-Egypt PM 'blocked from leaving UAE'

Ahmed Shafiq tells of travel ban in video message following announcement of his plan to run in 2018 presidential poll.