For decades, military tribunals have been used to try civilians for offences that would not stand up in civil court
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Economists are sounding the alarm about a possible economic collapse in Tunisia, urging for reforms to revive the economy that had been suffering since 2011 amid political instability.
In dramatic news, Tunisian president appoints country’s first female prime minister – apparently first female head of government in Arab League
Najla Bouden Romdhane tasked with fighting corruption and restoring hope during this tenuous time in the nation’s history
All roads leading up to the avenue have been closed in anticipation of the protests.
Political parties come out against president's suspension of much of the constitution
G7 calls for Tunisia's 'swift return to a constitutional order'
Kais Saied will maintain sole control of the government
Nearly 600,000 people under 40 received a dose of Covid-19 vaccine on Sunday
official US delegation headed by deputy national security adviser Jonathan Finer, who carried a written message from President Joe Biden, the Tunisian presidency posted on Facebook.
“We will support President Kais Saied and do what contributes to his success, including our willingness to make sacrifices in order to preserve the country’s stability and the continuation of democracy,