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Tunisia: The Left Against Marzouki
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Tunisia: The Left Against Marzouki

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By: Sadri Khiari / From the Spanish translation by Francisco Fernández Caparrós / Source / Nawaat / The Dawn News / January 17, 2017 Could anyone explain this to me? I want to understand why the Tunisian left (and, even more surprisingly, the tendency that deems itself “radical”) shows what […]

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Made in Tunisia: Women textile workers resist poor working conditions
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Made in Tunisia: Women textile workers resist poor working conditions

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Women textile workers are learning that they can be their own bosses despite the challenges Tunisia’s tough economy poses.   CHEBBA, Tunisia –  “I borrow money from friends to buy food,” said 35-year-old Dalel Mdimegh at a coffee shop in Chebba, near the coastal city of Mahdia in east Tunisia. Having free […]

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Tunisia, five years after the revolution
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Tunisia, five years after the revolution

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By: Santiago Alba Rico / Photos: Gladys Martínez López / DiagonalPeriodico.net / The Dawn / January 20, 2016 If we want to understand the situation in Tunisia five years after the revolution of January 14, it is best to pass by the official celebration in the palace of Cartago, where […]

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