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Who is Tunisia's first female prime minister?

Najla Bouden Romdhane was appointed Tunisia’s first female prime minister after President Kais Saied sacked the elected prime minister and suspended parliament in July 2021. Here is what we know about her. #NajlaBouden #Tunisia #FemaleLeaders

This mechanic's a woman

This mechanic's a woman

Focus on Sierra Leone: Female genital mutilation rises

Focus on Sierra Leone: Female genital mutilation rises

Tunisia’s hungry left with less to eat during lockdown

Tunisia’s hungry left with less to eat during lockdown

Tunisia’s New Hope?

Tunisia’s New Hope?

Joe Biden’s stance on China may signal a major shift in US economic and foreign policy

Joe Biden’s stance on China may signal a major shift in US economic and foreign policy

Study finds ‘systemic racism’ in UK maternity care

Study finds ‘systemic racism’ in UK maternity care

More than 1,000 Palestinian face eviction

More than 1,000 Palestinian face eviction

Mentally ill Indian man beaten to death 'on suspicion of being Muslim'

Mentally ill Indian man beaten to death 'on suspicion of being Muslim'

Are we in a 'new phase' of financial market sell-offs?

Are we in a 'new phase' of financial market sell-offs?

Who are the female referees of the World Cup?

Who are the female referees of the World Cup?

US university's law faculty backs BDS movement

US university's law faculty backs BDS movement

TalentForBIZ 2022 in Cologne offers opportunities for young people in Turkish global cooperations

TalentForBIZ 2022 in Cologne offers opportunities for young people in Turkish global cooperations

Türkiye's President Erdogan on Sweden and Finland's NATO bid

Türkiye's President Erdogan on Sweden and Finland's NATO bid

France seeks to overturn decision that allowed burkinis

France seeks to overturn decision that allowed burkinis

The reason Türkiye opposes Sweden and Finland’s NATO bid

The reason Türkiye opposes Sweden and Finland’s NATO bid

Lafarge charged with ‘complicity in crimes against humanity’

Lafarge charged with ‘complicity in crimes against humanity’

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