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Revolution in Tunisia


The state ‘should fear hungry people’ in Tunisia

The state ‘should fear hungry people’ in Tunisia Thousands of people in Tunisia have defied a state crackdown to protest against unemployment and poverty.

‘The crisis for the revolution in Tunisia is also a crisis for the regime’

‘The crisis for the revolution in Tunisia is also a crisis for the regime’ Tunisian socialist Jaouhar Bani says revolution has left a regime in constant crisis—and increased outbursts of resistance

Tunisia in revolt—ten years on

Tunisia in revolt—ten years on Ten years have passed since the start of the Tunisian revolution. Nick Clark explains how it toppled a dictator, encouraged more fightbacks, and shook the world

North Africa - from a democratic uprising to revolution

North Africa - from a democratic uprising to revolution The massive protests that have gripped Algeria in recent weeks are inspiring. How can they win?

Anti-austerity protests erupt in Tunisia

Anti-austerity protests erupt in Tunisia Widespread demonstrations have erupted in Tunisia over mass unemployment, poverty and social inequality. They are also questioning the government.

Unemployed uprising on the streets of Tunisia

Unemployed uprising on the streets of Tunisia Five years since revolution brought down the Tunisian dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, mass protests have returned writes Jaouhar Tounsi

Anger returns to the streets of Tunisia, the birthplace of the Arab Spring

27 August 2013
Protests in Tunis confront the government over its inability to challenge neoliberalism, writes Jaouhar Bani

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