Middle East

From hope to agony, what's left of the Arab Spring?

In this file photo taken on January 20, 2011, flowers are displayed on the barrel of a gun as people demonstrate against Ben Ali's Constitutional Democratic Rally (RCD) in a new wave of anger about the presence of RCD stalwarts in the transitional government in Tunis. "The revolution showed me that everything is possible," says Ameni Ghimaji, remembering the heady days of the Tunisian protests that sparked the Arab Spring uprisings a decade ago. She was just 18 when Tunisian dictator Zine El Abi

 

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