Tunisia to seek $4 billion IMF loan

Tunisia to seek $4 billion IMF loan

Tunisia will seek a $4 billion loan programme from the International Monetary Fund in talks starting next week, Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi told Reuters, saying politicians faced a "last opportunity"…
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Riots in Tunisia enter second day

Riots in Tunisia enter second day

TUNIS (Reuters) - Riots and violent clashes between Tunisian police and protesters broke out on Sunday in the capital Tunis and several other cities for the second consecutive day, as…
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Tunisian PM sacks interior minister

Tunisian PM sacks interior minister

Tunisian Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi on Tuesday sacked his interior Minister, who is close to President Kais Saied, a move underscoring tensions between the country’s two most powerful leaders. Saied…
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Protesters clash with police in Tunisia

Protesters clash with police in Tunisia

Hundreds of stone-throwing protesters clashed with police in a provincial Tunisian town on Tuesday after authorities bulldozed an unlicensed cigarette kiosk, killing its owner sleeping inside, witnesses said. Street protests…
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11 migrants die off Tunisia

11 migrants die off Tunisia

At least 11 migrants from Africa died when their boat sank off Tunisia on Sunday, as they tried to cross the Mediterranean to the Italian island of Lampedusa, a Tunisian…
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