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Is Tunisia’s President Acting in the Interest of the State?

Tunisian President Kais Saied is doubling down and banning protests following the announcement of sacking the country's prime minister and suspending the legislature. The Ennahda Party is calling for dialogue but will Saied listen? Tunisia was once hailed as the Arab Spring's greatest success, but now the country appears to be heading towards dictatorship. Will Tunisia be able to save its fragile democracy? Guests: Radwan Masmoudi Ennahda Party Member Ghaya Ben Mbarek Tunisian Journalist Larbi Sadiki Professor at Qatar University

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?

Tunisia Protests: Demonstrations against austerity measures erupt

Tunisia Protests: Demonstrations against austerity measures erupt

Tunisian workers self-quarantine in factory to manufacture masks

Tunisian workers self-quarantine in factory to manufacture masks

20 Years After 9/11 | Inside America with Ghida Fakry

20 Years After 9/11 | Inside America with Ghida Fakry

One on One - Mansoor Ahmad Khan, Pakistani Ambassador to Afghanistan

One on One - Mansoor Ahmad Khan, Pakistani Ambassador to Afghanistan

Iran Agrees to Let International Observers Monitor Its Nuclear Facilities

Iran Agrees to Let International Observers Monitor Its Nuclear Facilities

‘Biden has blood on his hands!’ Says Gold Star mom

‘Biden has blood on his hands!’ Says Gold Star mom

9/11: Decades of Blame

9/11: Decades of Blame

Turkish TV Exports Set to Top $1 Billion by 2023

Turkish TV Exports Set to Top $1 Billion by 2023

AFGHANISTAN: Will terrorism increase in Europe?

AFGHANISTAN: Will terrorism increase in Europe?

Remembering Jean-Paul Belmondo | The Matrix: Resurrections | Like Lodka

Remembering Jean-Paul Belmondo | The Matrix: Resurrections | Like Lodka

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