A month after Muammar Qaddafi’s regime collapsed, Dania Ben Sasi swept onto a makeshift stage in the west Libyan town of Zuwara and filled its streets with songs in a Berber dialect that had been banned for more than 40 years.
The deadly coronavirus linked to the Middle East was detected in three-quarters of samples taken from camels across Saudi Arabia, showing it’s widespread in the country and suggesting a way to control transmission.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry made an unannounced stop in Tunisia to express support for the birthplace of the Arab Spring uprisings, after secular and Islamist rivals ratified a new constitution in the first formal step in the delayed transition to democracy.
Venezuela is bringing criminal charges against opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez for organizing protests that have left at least five dead as violence escalated across the country amid anti-government marches.
Detained Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez faces arraignment at a military prison outside Caracas amid calls from supporters for more protests after a fifth person died following violence yesterday.
Samir Weslati has taken down the wooden door of his Tunisian home and fitted an iron replacement along with three locks, just to make sure no one can force their way in. Inside, he’s stockpiled food, diapers and milk.