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In this issue … Our collection of feature articles look back at a year of popular revolts and forward to the intensifying crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Sudan continues to resist
Revolutionary organisations are stepping into the gap left by the failures of the state.
Algeria’s year in the streets
Shelagh Smith draws up a balance sheet of the popular movement and Kamal Aissat analyses Beijaia’s general strike.
‘We just want them all to go’ – Iraqi protesters
Irang Bak speaks to Iraqi activists about the wave of mass demonstrations demanding radical political and social change.
Refugees and the Lebanese revolution
Sophie Chamas discusses the hopes and contradictions at the heart of Lebanon’s rebellion.
‘You can’t liberate the land without liberating women’
Manar Raje and Haya Abu Shukhaidem speak out on violence against women in Palestine.
A letter from Raqqa
Khaled, who survived three years in hiding during the ISIS occupation of Raqqa sends a message of solidarity to locked-down London.
Gaza’s daily struggle for survival
Ibtisam speaks to Dave Clinch about Palestinians’ fears over coronavirus after years of Israeli attacks on Gaza’s health system.
Coronavirus crisis hits region
Hospitals in firing line in Syria offensive
Secret police benefit from Egypt-Israel gas deals
Saudi state spreads the virus of sectarian hate
The Shi’a community is being scapegoated by the regime writes Ameen Nemer.