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The Arab Spring, 10 years on: How FRANCE 24 told the story that shook the Arab world

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Ten years ago, the Arab Spring saw huge change across the Middle East and North Africa. FRANCE 24's reporters were there as people power on the streets turned into revolution: from Tunisia to Egypt, to Libya to Yemen.  A decade on, we relive the Arab Spring with footage from our teams on the ground.

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