As police and the national guard scour nearby Al Amra for a missing gun and ammunition, refugees are displaced again.
Simon Speakman Cordall
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Hundreds of Sudanese refugees are cornered in the Zarzis olive groves, fearing local anger and hoping for UN protection.
Capitalising on deep public anger against Israel and its Western backers, Tunisia is mulling laws to stifle NGOs.
Widespread protests across the Arab world may signal growing disillusionment with the US and other Israeli allies.
Thousands in Tunis rallied in solidarity for Palestinians affected by the Israeli bombardment, now in its sixth day.
A month after an earthquake killed nearly 3,000 people, the stream of refugees transiting Morocco to Europe continues.
Libya and Morocco experienced tragedies in the same week, but there are clear differences in how they played out.
Pact that promised Tunisia financial support in return for stopping migration is being debated in Europe.
European aid is increasingly being used to prop up autocratic leaders who restrict their citizens’ rights, analysts say.