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President dismisses head of national TV channel Wataniya

Tunisian President Kais Saied has sacked more top officials, including the head of national television station, #Wataniya. This comes days after he fired the prime minister, suspended parliament and assumed judicial powers. Saied's been accused of staging a coup but says his moves are constitutional and necessary to address a dire economic situation. Natasha Hussain.

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Tunisia’s New Hope?

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Tunisia’s Political Turmoil

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Tunisia's first human rights trial against ousted president Ben Ali

Tunisia’s Crackdown Against LGBT Rights Group

Tunisia’s Crackdown Against LGBT Rights Group

Spike in gun licence requests in Israel

Spike in gun licence requests in Israel

Lebanon unemployment continues to rise

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Protesters rally in Washington to demand voting rights law

Protesters rally in Washington to demand voting rights law

Tsunami-hit Tonga islands suffer extensive damage

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Sudanese protesters' grievances run deeper than power-sharing deal

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Albania's quake survivors given new homes

Ukraine on edge as Russian troops converge on border

Ukraine on edge as Russian troops converge on border

India's healthcare workers struck by Covid-19

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Australian court upholds cancellation of Djokovic's visa

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