Authorities in Yemen begin clean-up operation in Sanaa to combat deadly cholera outbreak
Haider al-Abadi joined troops and commanders in the city to celebrate 'victory' against the self-proclaimed Islamic State.
The 21 kings, presidents and top officials gathered on the Jordanian side of the Dead Sea, with a clear view of the Israeli-occupied West Bank on the opposite shore.
Bringing stability to Arab counties is a greater priority than promoting democracy, according to a survey of 3,500 young people across 16 countries
Tunisia gets its Learning World two-year report card as Maha Barada returns to see if the Arab Spring has blown a wind of change through the country's classrooms
The Cinémas du Sud festival in the French city of Lyon is a chance for European movie-goers to discover cinematic gems from North Africa and the
Israeli filmmaker Amos Gitaï‘s new film, ‘Ana Arabia’ or ‘Me, the Arab’ tells the true story of a holocaust survivor who comes to the young state of
The French writer and philosopher Bernard Henri Levy is in Cannes to present his documentary on the war in Libya: “The Oath of Tobruk”. He talks to
Syria’s uprising started on March 15 2011.
After bubbling for several weeks, protests erupted on the streets of cities all over the country as
Syria’s people-power uprising has turned into open warfare. After months of trying to crush a largely peaceful Arab Spring movement, and after more
Two months after taking power, Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki faces multiple challenges. His top priorities are to restore security and to solve
Since the death of Colonel Gaddafi, there have been scenes in Tripoli which would have been unthinkable just a few months ago. His Bab al Aziziya
The WISE education Summit in Doha, Qatar, brought together 1,300 education experts from 120 different countries. Meeting the educational challenges
Fariba Mavaddat, euronews: Over the past year, Middle East and North Africa have seen monumental change sin their histories. As citizens across the
To find out more on about the possible future of Libya, euronews has been speaking to Mohammed Farhat the representative of Libya’s National
Since the beginning of the conflict in Libya, more than 60,000 Libyans have fled to Tunisia. Normally, the island of Djerba, some 300 kms from the
The upheaval sweeping the Arab world has generated new hope for the future, but investment will be crucial if demonstrators’ expectations are to be
Many think this could be Africa’s century. The continent weathered the global recession relatively well and the IMF predicts faster growth than in
Repercussions in Morocco of social movements in the Arab world: King Mohammed VI is reforming the constitution, ready to cede some of his power and
Turkey has been increasingly visible on the world stage in recent years, especially in relation to the Middle East. The population is almost 100
Many Tunisians would like to see the former occupants of the presidential palace return to stand trial on corruption charges. The Ben Ali family
In the light of the recent revolts in Tunisia and Egypt, the internet has been championed as one of the driving forces behind social change. euronews