Tunisia's revolution: Relatives of victims demand justice

The government has not released a list of those killed and wounded in the revolution, stymying attempts to seek justice against members of the regimes security forces or get medical care for injuries suffered during the revolution. Families of people killed in Tunisia’s revolution say they’re still seeking justice, seven years on. They accuse members of the security forces of […]

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Tunisia: equal inheritance laws for women still controversial

A parliamentary group is drafting revised rules and recommendations to change existing inheritance laws. When Tunisia’s president proposed last year that the country’s inheritance laws should be revised, women’s rights activists applauded the move. But the issue remains controversial for the government and public.   Al Jazeera’s Mohammed Jamjoom reports from Tunis. Source: Read Full Article

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How can Tunisia rebuild its economy?

Some blame an IMF loan as the main reason Tunisia’s government included strict austerity measures in its 2018 budget. Tunis, Tunisia – Tunisians have taken to the streets across the country this month to demand the government overturn strict austerity measures that have jacked up prices and taxes. Protesters chanted “work, freedom and national dignity” and “people want the fall […]

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How can Tunisia rebuild its economy?

Some blame an IMF loan as the main reason Tunisia’s government included strict austerity measures in its 2018 budget. Tunis, Tunisia – Tunisians have taken to the streets across the country this month to demand the government overturn strict austerity measures that have jacked up prices and taxes. Protesters chanted “work, freedom and national dignity” and “people want the fall […]

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Tunisians stage first Arab protests against visiting Saudi crown prince

TUNIS (Reuters) – Hundreds of Tunisians staged the first protests of the Arab world against Saudi Arabia’s crown prince as he arrived on a visit on Tuesday, denouncing him as a murderer involved in the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The protests were a rare occurrence for Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the kingdom’s de facto ruler who faces […]

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Hundreds of Tunisians protest at visit of Saudi prince

TUNIS (Reuters) – Hundreds of Tunisians staged the first protests of the Arab world against Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince as he arrived on a visit on Tuesday, denouncing him as a murderer involved in the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The protests were a rare occurrence for Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the kingdom’s de facto ruler who faces […]

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Osama Bin-Laden devised terror plot on England v Tunisia at France ’98

‘Brutal, bloody and audacious’: Osama Bin-Laden allegedly devised horrific attack on England vs Tunisia at France ’98 that included blowing up David Beckham, shooting Alan Shearer and massacring thousands of supporters Osama Bin-Laden allegedly tried to attack England vs Tunisia at France 1998 He planned to blow up a number of players and then massacre thousands of fans Alan Shearer, […]

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