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Does Tunisia have sovereignty over its natural resources?

Tunisia's sovereignty over its natural resources has become a controverisal issue after the 2011 revolution. One of the most notorious cases that has sparked outrage is the allowance given to a French company to extract Tunisian salt for the same price since 1949. #Tunisia #NaturalResources #Revolution

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Is the Oil Age Coming to an End?

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Tragedy in Mexico after state-owned pipeline explodes

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Oil prices give up gains after OPEC+ extends production cuts | Money Talks

What's fracking?

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Tunisian artists bring new life to old shoes

Tunisian artists bring new life to old shoes

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UK liver disease deaths soar by 400% since 1970

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Separated during the partition, two siblings finally reunite after 75 years

Separated during the partition, two siblings finally reunite after 75 years

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UN experts express concern over Ukraine’s disabled children

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What is ‘Greek Watergate’?

WHO condemns attacks on Brazil's monkeys over monkeypox fears

WHO condemns attacks on Brazil's monkeys over monkeypox fears

Why is Iraqi actor Enas Taleb suing The Economist?

Why is Iraqi actor Enas Taleb suing The Economist?

What is the newly identified Langya virus?

What is the newly identified Langya virus?

Sam Cakmak: a new-generation digital illusionist

Sam Cakmak: a new-generation digital illusionist

Trapped in a filter bubble: What are the algorithms hiding from you?

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Top countries with the largest number of cell phone subscriptions, 1990 to 2020

Top countries with the largest number of cell phone subscriptions, 1990 to 2020

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