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Lagging economy threatens Tunisia’s fledgling democracy

By Onize Ohikere
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Africa | Nationwide protests have rocked Tunisia, whose representative democracy was one of the few success stories to come out of the 2011 Arab Spring. Last year, a…

Egypt’s low voter turnout brings a chill to Arab Spring

By Julia Thompson
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Egypt | UPDATE (9:20 a.m. May 29): With nearly all of the votes counted, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has declared his expected victory in the presidential election.

A second chance

By Jamie Dean
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Egypt | Egypt’s Christians rejoice at the president’s ouster but fear reprisals

Another revolution in Egypt

By Jamie Dean
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International | Tensions build—and celebrations continue—as Egyptians mount their second revolution in less than two years

Showdown in Egypt

By Jamie Dean
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Egypt | Egyptian demands for a change of power raise a crucial question: Who would be the next leader?

Pew survey: Religious freedom an Arab mirage

By Elise Grafe
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Religion | In the summer of 2011, G-8 governments—excited about the Arab Spring uprisings—pledged $40 billion to “newly democratic” nations in North Africa and…

Globe Trot: Unrest in Tunisia, confirmation battles, killings in Nigeria and Christians fleeing Syria

By Mindy Belz
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International | Tunisia is following Egypt into post-revolution uproar after the shooting death of Chokri Belaid, a prominent secularist opponent of the…

Caught in the middle

Caught in the middle

By Jamie Dean
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Arab Spring | Increasing crimes against Christians in Syria reveal the difficult road to 'democracy' that lies ahead in the Middle East

 
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