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Qulqas is the worthiest epithet of Egyptian cuisine

A military court in Algeria has found the brother of ousted former president Abdelaziz Bouteflika and his allies innocent of conspiracy charges, reports Amira Howeidy

Algerian President Abdelmejid Tebboune has been receiving medical treatment in Germany since October, with his absence giving rise to alarm in the country

Members of Tunisia’s moderate Islamist Ennahda Movement are asking leader Rachid Al-Ghannouchi to step down

While more Gulf countries are expected to normalise their relations with Israel, Kuwait’s political structure makes it an exception

While protests in Beirut have forced the Lebanese government to resign, pressure from the civil protest movement might not be enough to drive meaningful change, writes Amira Howeidy

Egypt has taken the GERD dispute to the UN Security Council as Addis Ababa says it will fill the reservoir with or without an agreement

The Nile has been synonymous with Egypt and its survival for millennia. Today, Ethiopia wants to rewrite this history

Palestinians in Gaza face the terrifying prospect of being locked into an open-air prison with almost no resources to effectively respond to the coronavirus pandemic, Amira Howeidy reports

Algerians are marking the anniversary of a year of massive popular protests demanding an overhaul of the ruling system

Five out of 23 candidates selected by a government-appointed elections committee are running today in an effort by the military-backed regime to maintain its grip on power

Candidates have registered for next month’s presidential election in defiance of the protest movement. Amira Howeidy reports

The landslide victory of anti-establishment candidate Kais Saied in Tunisia’s presidential elections has been described as a second revolutionary wave, writes Amira Howeidy

Tunisians were glued to their TV screens this week to watch unprecedented televised debates between the country’s presidential elections candidates

Algeria’s army chief of staff has rejected an initiative by nationalist figures that could have offered a breakthrough in the stalemate in the country

Calls to boycott Algeria’s presidential elections scheduled for July are gaining momentum

Algerians on both sides of the divide are grappling with the country’s future after the resignation of former president Abdel-Aziz Bouteflika

Algeria’s president Abdel-Aziz Bouteflika has resigned following an ultimatum by the army chief of staff


Tarek Al-Bishri tells Amira Howeidy of the lasting significance of the 1919 Revolution

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