The protesters converged on the presidential palace in the Sudanese capital Khartoum, shouting "One army, one people" and demanding "a military government".
Human rights groups and Algerian associations in France called on authorities to further recognise the French state's responsibilities in the 1961 massacre of Algerians and to further open up archives.
Nearly 4,000 worshippers protesting mosque’s conversion into church were massacred by French colonial forces in the mid 19th century.
No comment by Saudi or Emirati authorities on growing speculation that Tunis will rely on Gulf countries in a bid for Saied to consolidate power.
Frustrated with the transitional government, the protesters gathered in front of the presidential palace in the capital Khartoum, demanding military control over the country.
A military criminal court in June 2019 handed down life sentences to the 32 suspects on charges of plotting to kill President Abdel Fattah el Sisi and a former Saudi crown prince.
Tunisian PM Najla Bouden, appointed by Kais Saied last month, announces a new cabinet that includes several interim ministers appointed by the president.
Algerian President Tebboune has spoken publicly for the first time about the row with France, demanding "total respect" from the former colonial power.
The UN mission mediating between the rivals says a 10-member joint military commission, with five representatives from each side, inked a “gradual and balanced” withdrawal deal at the end of three-day, UN-facilitated talks in Geneva.
The National Rally of Independents won 102 of parliament's 395 seats in the September 8 polls, sweeping away the Justice and Development Party which had headed the governing coalition for a decade taking just 13 seats.
Injured have been transferred to two hospitals for medical care, Tunisian Radio Mosaique says.
"They need to free themselves of certain behaviours, which are intrinsically linked to the incoherent logic driven by the West's claimed mission to bring civilisation," says Algerian FM Ramtane Lamamra.
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