Tunisian President Kais Saied has invoked emergency powers to dismiss parliament and sack his prime minister. Many fear the decision marks a return to authoritarian rule.
Opposition politician Abir Moussi was assaulted by another MP after she began a Facebook livestream during a parliamentary session.
Syrian activists in Europe have spent years documenting and verifying footage of attacks, in the hopes of one day holding the regime accountable.
Protests in Lebanon in 2019 ousted a prime minister, but a year – and a devastating explosion in Beirut later – he's back in power again.
While other dictators fled, or were toppled, in Syria peaceful protests were followed by a devastating 10-year war that is finally drawing to a close. For the people who dreamed of a better future, was it worth it?
Fuelled by anger against corruption and mishandling of wealth, this is how youth-led demonstrations in Iraq forced an elected leader to resign for the first time in history.
Youth-led protests have been sweeping the birthplace of the Arab Spring over a lack of opportunities. It seems familiar, because it is.
“One cannot deny that there is lots of anger and the Egyptian authorities seem shaken by it.”
Even though many are not particularly religious, tattoos have become a way of showing solidarity.
“It could be the beginning of a social media movement.”
The government is refusing to disclose information about its training of the Bahraini police because security services are involved.