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Friday, 23 October 2020
The parliament authorised interim president Foued Mebazaa to rule by decree, including a possible general amnesty, the organisation of political parties and a new electoral code
Netanyahu prepared on Wednesday a package of economic relief measures aimed at quelling public anger fuelled by record-high gasoline prices.
A Euro MP says the EU's ambassador to Tunisia must be removed
Gulf activists on Wednesday urged conservative monarchies which have ruled the region for centuries to embrace democracy and freedom of expression.
South Sudan's minister of cooperatives and rural development was shot dead Wednesday
Israel's minister of defense was to hold top-level talks in Washington over recent developments in the Middle East
Lebanon's new prime minister expects to form his cabinet this week
Bomb attack in Iraq's Kirkurk wounds around 20 and kills 2 people
Darfur troubles linger on after south Sudan's self-determination referendum
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Israeli air force attacks the Gaza Strip wounding 8
Russia calls for a Security Council mission in the Middle East in light of recent events and a deadlocked peace process
Saudis utilize Facebook to push for reform following similar Arab examples
Turkey plans no action against Istanbul-based companies implicated in a US case of illegal exports to Iran
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Nobel peace prize winner Desmond Tutu praised south Sudan's landmark independence referendum
Tunisia's interim government said Tuesday it had called up military reservists to bolster the army as it confronts unrest
Government officials: the Palestinian cabinet will meet later Tuesday and is expected to name a date for the first elections since 2006
Arab regimes are taking steps aimed at stopping Tunisian and Egyptian-style popular revolts spreading to their doorsteps
Supporters of a settler rabbi rallied outside his West Bank home to stop police arresting him
Experts spell out to Ahram Online how developments in Egypt are being seen in Israel which anticipated suck a revolt
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Authorities in Algiers announced Monday they had banned an opposition rally set for the capital next Saturday to call for an end to Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's rule
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