29 Jul 2023
Two years after Tunisian President Kais Saied suspended parliament and extended his executive powers, our correspondents report on where the situation currently stands. Also in this edition: Zimbabwe is gearing up for an election in one month's time, but rising inflation could affect the way the vote goes and upset the status quo. And dozens of people have been killed by wildfires across Algeria. Days in, firefighters are continuing to battle the flames, as residents take stock of what they've lost.
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Following the fire outbreak at Agbado Road, Toyin Bus Stop, Iju Ishaga on Tuesday night, GuardianTV decided to visit the scene to get more information. Here's what people had to say.
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The Al Ula event saw individual men and women, as well as teams of up to four, spend 8 hours running, jumping, climbing, crawling, and swinging over a trail in the middle of the desert. British athlete Jon Albon took the men's individual honors with Australian Ryan Atkins finishing second and American Mark Batres third.
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As shoppers await price cuts, retailers like Home Depot say their prices have stabilized and some national consumer brands have paused price increases or announced more modest ones. Yet some industry watchers predict deflation for food at home later this year.
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German bishops are concerned about right-wing extremism and have explicitly positioned themselves against the populist Alternative for Germany. An unusual move, as they are usually loath to comment on political parties.
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Neither side has gained significant ground in the war started by Russia's invasion of Ukraine nearly two years ago. DW's Nick Connolly visited Ukrainian artillery units near Bakhmut, who are into their second winter on the front lines.
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In wake of Russia’s attack on Ukraine, Germany is re-examinig compulsory military service. The defense minister has called for the draft's return. A 2023 poll showed broad support - also for including women.