21 September 2021
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
Tunisian Radio: Hit and flee between youth and security forces in Sbeitla, Kasserine
A sit-in by the Constitution of Al-Hur in the Tunisian parliament to demand the withdrawal of confidence from Ghannouchi and El-Mechichi
Riot police advancing at regular intervals with force, some demonstrators panic & retreat quickly, then return to front line
Tunisia: The demonstrators insist on staying in front of the parliament despite the security forces' attempt to expel them
Tunisian security prevents protesters from reaching the parliament building
The threat of the water cannon still hangs over the heads of the demonstrators
The funeral of Haykel Rachdi, the young man killed with tear gas by the police in Sbitla Kasserine, was gassed: with women, old people and children
A Tunisian protester injured during clashes with police has died in hospital, state media reported, leading to more violent confrontations between demonstrators and security services in the town of Sbeitla about three hours south of the capital Tunis
The Tunisian Labor Union calls for the release of underage detainees in recent protests
Tunisian Foreign Minister Othman Al-Jarandi announces on Facebook that he has been infected with the Coronavirus
Tunisian Foreign Minister Othman Al-Jarandi announces that he has been infected with the Coronavirus
Intense security has spread around the protests in the capital, Tunis
Tunisian MP Mounji Rahoui: Ten years of Brotherhood rule caused Tunisians to starve
Tunisia- Tunisians protested Wednesday to demand the release of hundreds of young demonstrators arrested in several nights of disturbances, venting their anger also against the government's handling of a deepening social crisis
Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt says Tunisian President called him and apologized for his anti-semitic remarks where he accused Jews of stealing from Tunisia
Violent clashes between demonstrators and the police broke out on Tuesday for a sixth consecutive night in several Tunisian cities, including the capital Tunis and SidiBouzid8 month ago
Violent clashes between demonstrators and the police broke out on Tuesday for a sixth consecutive night in several Tunisian cities, including the capital Tunis and SidiBouzid
Tunisian Defense Minister: Civil society and political forces did not participate in supporting security efforts during the protests
Tunisian Defense Minister: The security intervention towards the protests was characterized by restraint, and there were no injuries among the protesters, but rather among the security forces
8 month ago
Renewed clashes between protesters and security in the Tadamon neighborhood in the capital, Tunis
8 month ago
Tunisian Prime Minister: I say to the youth, do not allow groups of saboteurs to infiltrate protests into campaigns of looting
Security prevents a march towards Habib Bourguiba Street in Tunis
Tunisian Labor Union: The recent protests are expected as the situation worsens
The Tunisian Labor Union: A large part of the protests are riots and an assault on property
8 month ago
Tunisian media: Renewed protests in Regueb and Sidi Bouzid
10:15 p.m. The police turned back. Abenue empty and calm. Young people repelled in the alleys of "district 105". No big victims, no breakage to deplore tonight a priori
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