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Behind the scenes of Tunisia’s extradition of an Algerian political refugee

by on September 14, 2021 0

In detail: Algerian political refugee Slimane Bouhafs was kidnapped in Tunisia and forcibly extradited. Amid mounting speculation, activists say this sets a worrying precedent for human rights after Kais Saied took power. Rights groups in Tunisia are demanding an explanation from the authorities on the mysterious kidnapping of Algerian political refugee Slimane Bouhafs and...

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Green energy takes hold

by on September 6, 2021 0

It is of paramount importance that we examine the political economy of energy transitions in our current context where the energy security of the Global North trumps the human rights and sovereignty of the peoples of the South and where priorities are dictated by the people of the South. The richest and most powerful...

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Algeria breaks diplomatic relations with Morocco for “hostile actions”

by on August 24, 2021 0

Algerian Foreign Minister Ramtane Lamamra blamed Moroccan leaders for being “responsible for repeated crises” and behavior that “led to conflict instead of integration” in North Africa after months of tension between two neighbors. Algerian Foreign Minister Ramtane Lamamra makes a gesture while reading a statement by the country’s president in Algiers, August 24, 2021....

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Algeria begins three days of mourning amid forest fire allegations caused by arsonists

by on August 12, 2021 0

AAlgeria began three days of mourning on Thursday after 69 people were killed by forest fires that ravaged parts of the country. Meanwhile, in neighboring Tunisia, record temperatures have sparked fires that have so far engulfed around 3,000 hectares of forest, though no deaths have yet been recorded. Speaking Wednesday, Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune...

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Tunisia investigates Ennahda, the heart of Tunisia’s funding sources – Middle East Monitor

by on July 28, 2021 0

Tunisian justice has opened an investigation into three political parties, including Ennahda and Heart of Tunisia, suspected of having received foreign funds during the 2019 election campaign, a judicial source said. Reuters. The investigation was opened on July 14, before President Kais Saied used emergency powers to sack the prime minister and freeze parliament,...

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Tunisian army bans speaker of parliament from taking office – Middle East Monitor

by on July 26, 2021 0

The Tunisian army this morning barred Parliament Speaker Rached Ghannouchi from entering Parliament, while President Kais Saied was seen celebrating his decision to freeze the government. Hours after Saied announced that he would freeze parliament and sack the government, Ghannouchi and several MPs walked towards the parliament building, but were prevented from entering by...

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