Tuesday, 30th November 2021
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29 Aug
Tunisians express their opinions on President Kais Saied’s decision to extend the suspension of parliament until further notice, a month after freezing it in a move that opponents decried as a coup.
29 Jul
In the Bab al-Fella district of Tunis, many people are struggling to bear the consequences of an economic crisis that seems endless.
26 Jul
Tunisians backing rival sides following the ouster of the government threw stones at each other outside the parliament building early on Monday. Several hundred people both for and against President Kais Saied's decision to ouster the government gathered outside the parliament building and several appeared to have been injured in the exchange of stone throwing.
30 Jan
A decade after mass protests toppled Tunisia's long-time president and sparked uprisings across the Middle East and North Africa, anger is boiling over again amid economic stagnation, the global pandemic and a widening disconnect between people and their leaders.

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