Stories about Middle East & North Africa from November, 2016
Digital rights advocates and Tunisia's Data Protection Authority are voicing concern about the bill. At present, Tunisia does not require government authorities to obtain court approval before accessing citizen data.
Hussein Baydoun was barred from photographing the PM after this image was published. Photographs he took during last year's ‘you stink’ protests against government corruption were featured in numerous outlets.
"As long as there is a human being exploiting a human being, there are revolutionary dreams, and dreams make the future."
"What was done tonight is not only a coup but also an operation to separate the country!"
Yet another independent media outlet in post-coup attempt Turkey is on the brink.
Albalad is the second independent media to stop publishing of its own accord this year. Another newspaper, Alzamn, was suspended by the government last August.
Sattar Beheshti has come to embody the spirit of resistance in Iran, in an ongoing struggle against freedom of expression and government repression.