Tunisia

Migrant Boat Sinks Off Tunisia Coast; 4 Dead, 7 Missing

The Tunisian Defense Ministry says four people died after a boat carrying Europe-bound migrants on the Mediterranean Sea sank off Tunisia’s coast while heading for Italy
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Reigning Champions Algeria Crash Out Of Cup Of Nations As Group Stage Ends

Douala (AFP) – Reigning champions Algeria were dumped out of the Africa Cup of Nations after an abject 3-1 defeat against the Ivory Coast as the group stage came to a conclusion on Thursday with Tunisia, Equatorial Guinea and tiny tournament...
Related topics: Algeria, Ivory Coast - Cote D'Ivoire, Equatorial Guinea

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Jallow Fires Last-gasp Winner As Gambian Scorpions Sting Tunisia

Limbe (Cameroon) (AFP) – Forward Ablie Jallow and goalkeeper Baboucarr Gaye starred as Gambia snatched a last-gasp 1-0 win over Tunisia on Thursday to finish second in Group E of the Africa Cup of Nations. Jallow came off the bench to score...
Related topics: Cameroon, Gambia

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Police Crack Down On Unrest In Tunisia

Trevor Filseth Tunisia, Middle East The protests follow President Kais Saied's unconstitutional suspension of the parliament.  Police in Tunisia used water cannons and tear gas to disperse protesters in central Tunis, the nation’s capital, who...
Related topics: Police, Protests, Tunis

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Tunisia Lose Protest Over Afcon Match Which Ended Too Early

Yaoundé (AFP) – Tunisia’s protest over their bizarre Africa Cup of Nations defeat to Mali in which the referee blew the final whistle twice before full-time was thrown out late on Thursday, as it emerged the official in question may...
Related topics: Protests, Mali

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Tunisia: Un Rights Office Calls For Release Of Former Justice Minister

Authorities in Tunisia are being urged to immediately release - or properly charge - former justice minister Noureddine Bhiri, and another man, who have been detained under suspected terrorism offences, the UN human rights office, OHCHR, said on...
Related topics: Human Rights, Terrorism

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Italy: 30 Foreigners Surround 19-year-old Woman, Grope Her And Try To Undress Her

The most common countries of origin among recent migrants to Italy include Tunisia, Egypt, Bangladesh, Iran, Ivory Coast (37% Muslim), Iraq, Guinea (85% Muslim), Morocco, Eritrea (36% Muslim), and Sudan. Thus it is likely that these 30 foreigners...
Related topics: Italy, Egypt, Bangladesh, Iran, Ivory Coast - Cote D'Ivoire, Iraq, Guinea, Morocco, Eritrea, Sudan

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On Arab Spring Anniversary, Tempers Run High In Tunisia

Trevor Filseth Tunisia, Roughly a thousand protesters gathered in a central square in Tunis on Friday, chanting slogans that described the July events as a coup d’etat and pushing for a restoration of democracy. December 17 marked the...
Related topics: Anniversaries, Protests, Tunis

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Tunisia Recyclers Struggle To Tackle Mountains Of Waste

"When I see plastic, I see money," says Tarek Masmoudi, owner of one of the few recycling companies in Tunisia, where a waste crisis is threatening widespread social unrest.

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Demonstrators Rally In Tunisia As President Announces Referendum And Future Elections

On 14 December, President Kais Saied said that a referendum in Tunisia on constitutional reforms will take place on 25 July 2022, and parliamentary elections will be held in December 2022.
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Tunisia: New Prosecutions Resurrect Shadow Of Dictatorship

Despite reforms in 2011, gaps in legislation allow for repressionOriginally published on Global VoicesScreenshot from Facebook video of Tunisian Presidency homepage, showing President Kais Said in a visit to Avenue Habib Bourguiba in the capital...
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Tunisia: Lgbt Activist's Assault Seen As A Pattern By Police

Police violence is among the myriad challenges that LGBTQ people experience in Tunisia, and observers say officers who can dispense beatings with impunity are becoming increasingly brazen
Related topics: Activism, Police

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Politics And Resilience In A Tunis Salon

In Sarra El Abed’s documentary short “Ain’t No Time for Women,” a group of beauty-shop regulars process political upheaval through lighthearted chat.
Related topics: Tunis, Documentaries

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Links 1-30 November 2019

Tab dump.Moral Leadership and the Lebanese Military | CarnegieReforming Tunisia’s military courts | BrookingsIraqi Prime Minister Resigns in Deepening Political Crisis | NYTSudanese protesters demand justice for killed and missing. |Middle East...
Related topics: Military, Protests

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Khazri’s 68-metre Goal Earns Point For Saint-etienne

Paris (AFP) – Tunisia international Wahbi Khazri scored from well inside his own half as Saint-Etienne drew 1-1 at fellow Ligue 1 strugglers Metz on Saturday. Farid Boulaya drilled in a long-range free-kick to give Metz an early lead, but his...
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Must Read: Gateway Pundit Attorney Destroys Fake “fact-checker” Daniel Funke On His Latest...

In August The Gateway Pundit reporter Cassandra Fairbanks reported exclusively on Dr. Fauci’s macabre experiments with beagles in Tunisia. The report finally started making the rounds in the media this week. * * * * * * * * * * * From the...

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Florida Gov. Desantis Says Anthony Fauci Should Be Held Accountable For ‘unethical’ Experiments

The statement comes as US non-profit organisation the White Coast Waste Project accused Fauci of spending thousands of taxpayer dollars on "cruel" experiments on dogs in Tunisia. According to the organisation, dozens of puppies had their vocal...

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President Of Tunisia Approves New Government

The newly-appointed ministers will be sworn in amid mass protests gripping the country over the past several months, with thousands of people accusing President Saied of usurping power in democratic Tunisia.
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At Least 33 People Injured As 2 Passenger Trains Collide In Tunisia

CAIRO (Sputnik) – At least 33 people have been injured as a result of the collision of two passenger trains in Tunisia, a spokesperson for the Tunisian Railways said.
Related topics: Egypt, Cairo

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‘best Paris Baguette’ Winner Bakes Up Controversy Over Alleged Extremist Posts

The Tunisia-born baker who won the coveted annual award for the best baguette in Paris last week is at the centre of a fermenting controversy after claims he shared extremist posts on social media. Makram Akrout, whose achievement in beating off 173...
Related topics: France, Paris, Social Media

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