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Tunisian lawyers strike after lawyer Sonia Dahmani’s arrest

By France24
14 May 2024   |   12:28 pm
Lawyers take to the streets of Tunisia's capital, protesting the arrest of lawyer and TV pundit Sonia Dahmani, a known critic of President Kais Saied. Also, thousands of families have been displaced in Burundi after recent flooding caused by heavy rainfall. Finally we look at the upcoming South African elections where the uncompromising Patriotic Alliance party is looking to make a dent as it gains ground in Western Cape.

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