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Tunisian president announces referendum, future elections - The Associated Press (13 December 2021)

Tunisia: LGBT activist’s assault by police seen as a pattern - The Associated Press (10 December 2021)

Tunisia: at a glance - The New Internationalist (1 December 2021)

Tunisian trial shines light on use of military courts - The Associated Press (21 November 2021)

Tunisia’s #MeToo: Lawmaker faces sexual harassment hearing - The Associated Press (29 October 2021)

Tunisia protest shows rift over president’s seizure of power - The Associated Press (10 October 2021)

Tunsians march to support president’s usurpation of power - The Associated Press (3 October 2021)

As the Tunisian Leader Tightens His Rule, Some Worry When Democracy Will Return - Newlines Magazine (1 October 2021)

Tunisian president promises to announce PM soon - but emergency measures to stay - The National (21 September 2021)

Tunisia: Extension of parliament's suspension expected but concerning, analysts say - Middle East Eye (24 August 2021)

'RoboCop' or revolutionary: who is Kais Saied? - The National (11 August 2021)

Tunisia crisis: cracks emerge in Ennahda after president takes control  - The National (6 August 2021)

With no government, it's worry, trust and wait in Tunisia - The Associated Press (2 August 2021)

Tunisia's Popular Coup? - Newlines Magazine (28 July 2021)


Tunisia coup: Law experts split on whether president Saied's power move is legal - Middle East Eye (27 July 2021)

Tunisian President declares curfew through August 27  - MSNBC (26 July 2021)

Radio interview on political events in Tunisia - BBC World Service (26 July 2021)


Tunisia: Rivals hold rallies outside parliament after presidential power grab - Middle East Eye (26 July 2021)

President Saied sacks PM, freezes parliament, amid violent anti-government protests - Middle East Eye (25 July 2021)

Tunisia: Citizen-led initiatives rally to bridge gap in Covid-19 response - Middle East Eye (15 July 2021)


Tunisia: New Covid-19 wave mutes jubilation over tennis star Ons Jabeur - Middle East Eye (6 July 2021)


Libya: Hopes for reconstruction boom clash with reality on the ground - Middle East Eye (3 July 2021)

Syrian mercenaries: New report reveals predatory recruitment tactics - Middle East Eye (28 May 2021)

The Tunisia Heist - Newlines Magazine (7 May 2021)


Algeria to mark colonial-era massacre with inaugural 'Day of Memory' - Middle East Eye (7 May 2021)


Tunisian police are using drones and Facebook to doxx LGBTQ protesters - Coda Story (22 April 2021)


Tunisia's Saied accused of 'soft coup' as he makes his latest power play - Middle East Eye (22 April 2021)

Lebanon: Half of families could struggle to afford iftar meal - Middle East Eye (13 April 2021)


Poverty and hopelessness beget violence in Tunisia's suburbs - The Associated Press (22 January 2021)

Swiss lift freeze on millions linked to ex-Tunisia leader - The Associated Press (18 January 2021)

Nostalgia for old era challenges Tunisia's democratic gains - The Associated Press (13 January 2021)

Self-immolation persists as grim form of protest in Tunisia - The Associated Press (17 December 2020)

The Voice of Feminism: On "F Letter: New Russian Feminist Poetry" - The Los Angeles Review of Books

(6 December 2020)

Eco-fashion offers a renaissance for new Tunisian brands - The Associated Press (8 November 2020)

Tunisia's first satellite to highlight country's technology - The Associated Press (16 June 2020)

Moscow targets Chinese with raids amid virus fears - The Associated Press (23 February 2020)

Russian protesters aided by digital tools, self organizing - The Associated Press (6 September 2019)


Outlawed app remains key tool for Russian protesters - The Associated Press (6 September 2019)

Moscow's Metropol: elegance to revolution and back again - The Associated Press (23 July 2019)

Russian journalist freed after police abruptly drop charges - The Associated Press (11 June 2019)


Top Chechen official claims blood feud against blogger - The Associated Press (12 March 2019)

In Russia, gender equality still a long way off - The Associated Press (8 March 2019)

Taliban: Half of US troops to leave Afghanistan by May 1 - The Associated Press (7 February 2019)

Chechen critic fears for his life as he faces deportation - The Associated Press (19 December 2018)

Russian rappers, artists still rebel despite government crackdown - The Associated Press (7 December 2018)

Russian pussy riot activist conscious after poisoning - The Associated Press (25 September 2018)

Journalist sees her world collide in UK nerve agent attack - The Associated Press (9 August 2018)

Russian women push back at shaming over World Cup dating - The Independent / The Associated Press (15 July 2018)

In World Cup's shadow, layoffs and anger at Russian factory - The Associated Press (15 June 2018)

Meet Russia's trolls: From standup comic to a Siberian Jay Z - The Associated Press (2 March 2018)

Khodorkovsky plots out a long game: a post-Putin Russia - The Associated Press (16 February 2018)

Russian youth activists canvass uphill for opposition leader - The Associated Press (12 December 2017)


Ultra-nationalist ‘war camps’ train Russian youths - The Associated Press (18 October 2016)

Russia opposition recalls protests before parliamentary vote - The Associated Press (13 September 2016)


Russian opposition supporters protest new repressive law - The Associated Press (9 August 2016)

Women in Russia, Ukraine unite online against sex abuse - The Associated Press (19 July 2016)

Young, Russian, Gay, and Pro-Putin - Coda Story (27 April 2016)

Gulag Archipelago by Vladimir Putin - Politico (3 March 2016)

Alexei Navalny, Russian dissident in winter - Politico (5 February 2016)

Has Ukraine's 'Revolution of Dignity' left women behind? - OpenDemocracy (26 October 2015)

Ukraine crisis: After the bullets and shells, it is red tape causing a million refugees to suffer - The Independent (12 April 2015)

Scarred by Ukraine crossfire, Slovyansk faces long road to recovery - The Moscow Times (13 August 2014)