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EU, US and Turkey express concern over crisis in Tunisia

Tunisian President #KaisSaied has appointed a new interior minister amid mounting international and domestic pressure to form a new government. But Ridha Gharsa-llaoui's appointment has done little to pacify Tunisians, who are demanding the appointment of a prime minister and some kind of road map out of political crisis. Natasha Hussain reports. Executive Producer: Özgür Tomakin

Many Tunisians are still frustrated after 7 years of Tunisian revolution

Many Tunisians are still frustrated after 7 years of Tunisian revolution

Tunisia Protests: Thousands of soldiers deployed to restore order

Tunisia Protests: Thousands of soldiers deployed to restore order

Many Tunisians are still frustrated after 7 years of Tunisian revolution

Many Tunisians are still frustrated after 7 years of Tunisian revolution

Tunisia’s Crackdown Against LGBT Rights Group

Tunisia’s Crackdown Against LGBT Rights Group

Ghanaian photographer to open world’s biggest African photography library

Ghanaian photographer to open world’s biggest African photography library

France wanted to buy NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware - report

France wanted to buy NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware - report

US lawmakers urge Biden administration to stop Israeli settlements

US lawmakers urge Biden administration to stop Israeli settlements

Global supply and demand imbalances spike commodity prices - President Erdogan

Global supply and demand imbalances spike commodity prices - President Erdogan

Chinese photographer apologises for controversial Dior picture

Chinese photographer apologises for controversial Dior picture

Network of fake social media profiles targeting India's Sikhs exposed

Network of fake social media profiles targeting India's Sikhs exposed

France's Donald Trump - Who is Eric Zemmour?

France's Donald Trump - Who is Eric Zemmour?

The US added to an annual list of ‘backsliding’ democracies for the first time

The US added to an annual list of ‘backsliding’ democracies for the first time

Black man exonerated after 43 years in US prison

Black man exonerated after 43 years in US prison

YPG terror group releasing Daesh prisoners for money

YPG terror group releasing Daesh prisoners for money

Abu Dhabi’s Crown Prince visits Turkey for first time in ten years

Abu Dhabi’s Crown Prince visits Turkey for first time in ten years

Ethiopian artefacts looted by British soldiers returned after 150 years

Ethiopian artefacts looted by British soldiers returned after 150 years

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