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Tunisian journalists’ syndicate praises Assad, condemns bin Salman: activists

Tunisian journalists’ syndicate praises Assad, condemns bin Salman: activists

(Zaman Al Wasl)- One of the most annoying campaigns against the Saudi Crown Prince's visit to Tunisia was led by the Tunisian journalists’ syndicate which mounted on its wall a vast banner depicting the prince holding a chainsaw, representing the gruesome dismemberment of Jamal...

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Hundreds of Tunisians protest at visit of Saudi crown prince

Hundreds of Tunisians protest at visit of Saudi crown prince

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman arrived in Tunis Tuesday as part of his first regional tour since the murdering of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The prince was welcomed by Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi when he arrived at the airport in Tunis from Cairo, the presidency...

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Tunisia lawyers seek to prevent bin Salman’s visit

Tunisia lawyers seek to prevent bin Salman’s visit

Tunisian lawyers have filed a lawsuit to prevent a scheduled visit by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to Tunisia, according to a spokesman on Monday.  "We filed a request to open an investigation into crimes committed by bin Salman,” Nizar Boujalal, a spokesman for a group...

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Tunisia workers to stage nationwide strike on Jan. 17

Tunisia workers to stage nationwide strike on Jan. 17

Tunisian General Union of Labor (UGTT) on Saturday announced a nationwide strike on Jan. 17 to protest low wages.  The move is the latest sign of escalation by the country’s largest labor union to demand a pay raise for civil servants.  The decision to stage the...

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