A mass rally in Habib Bourguiba Street demanding the dissolution of the Tunisian Parliament

Map. History of Tunisia conflict

18 April 2021
A mass rally in Habib Bourguiba Street demanding the dissolution of the Tunisian Parliament
The Tunisian Journalists Syndicate decides to file a complaint against the Ministry of Interior against the background of the attacks on journalists in the Al-Nahda demonstration and the skirmishes between supporters of the Free Constitutional Party and the Dignity Coalition
The European Court of Human Rights has condemned Romania for deporting a Tunisian citizen in 2012 without disclosing the "national security" threat that led to the decision. Romania has already been condemned for two similar deportations last year.
The Tunisian Ministry of Interior imposes more security restrictions on separating the two demonstrations
Tunisia's main party holds street protest, escalating government row
The Tunisian Labor Union describes the march of the Al-Nahda movement as a "muscle-flexing"
Reda Zoghmi, a member of the Tunisian Democratic Bloc: Ghannouchi insulted his statements to the President of the Republic, considering the latter to have honorary authority
The Tunisian General Labor Union: We accuse the parties that reject the civil state and our social and economic vision of being behind the death threat received by the Secretary-General of the Union
Tunisia- MoI denies reports circulating on social media of a death of a member of the National Guard in clashes with militants in Jilmah, Sidi Bouzid Governorate
Tunisia- MoI claims arresting a militant who confessed to being the "head of the media wing" for ISIS in Tunisia (after leaving AQIM/OIB)
Tunisia- 13 year old wounded in a landmine/IED explosion near Jabel Semmama, Kasserine Governorate, as she went rosemary picking with her mother. The area is traditionally an AQIM-OIB stronghold, but this is not necessarily a sign of activity (and likely unintentional)
Thousands of protestors have gathered in Tunis to protest against Police Brutality - the nation's largest demonstration in years
Spokesman for the Tunisian General Labor Union: The Tunisian people cannot be bartered for bread in exchange for their freedom
Tunisia: Demands for reform, exposing those involved in the assassinations, and the release of protest detainees
The demonstrators are calling for the release of detainees during the protests in Tunisia
Mass demonstrations in Tunisia on the anniversary of the assassination of Chokri Belaid
Security alert in the Tunisian capital in conjunction with demonstrations
Tunisia:Participants in the anniversary of Belaid's assassination demand that the perpetrators be held accountable
Demonstrations start in the center of Tunis demanding the disclosure of those involved in political assassinations
Tunisia- : the soldier who was wounded in an IED/landmine explosion in Jabel Ouarghi, near Tourief, Kef Governorate, on January 14, died of his wounds
2 month ago
The Tunisian president says the country is "more determined than ever" to continue the fight against terrorism after the death of four soldiers by the explosion of a bomb near the border with Algeria
Tunisia- 4 soldiers conducting search operations in Jabel Mghila, on the Kasserine-Sidi Bouzid border, killed in a mine/IED explosion.  While these events aren't very rare, the casualty toll is relatively high compared with the usual 1-2 light-medium wounded2 month ago
Tunisia- 4 soldiers conducting search operations in Jabel Mghila, on the Kasserine-Sidi Bouzid border, killed in a mine/IED explosion. While these events aren't very rare, the casualty toll is relatively high compared with the "usual" 1-2 light-medium wounded
The Tunisian Democratic Bloc: A Project for Chaos in the Country and Ghannouchi is a burden on Parliament
The Tunisian President: Some are trying to employ the security establishment and exploit the current conditions for their benefit
A Tunisian MP accuses Ghannouchi of trying to adapt the constitution according to his own interests
Tunisians demonstrate in front of the Ministry of Interior to demand the overthrow of the government and to protest against the deteriorating economic conditions in the country
Significant security reinforcements with renewed protests in central Tunis
Tunisia Project Movement: Sending a suspicious parcel to target the president amounts to a "terrorist act"
The Tunisian Presidency: The envelope with a suspicious substance was addressed to the President of the Republic and did not bore the name of the sender
Algeria's presidency: President Tebboune is calling his Tunisian counterpart to check on him after finding a suspicious expulsion
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