Hundreds protest outside Tunisian parliament after govt shake up • FRANCE 24 English

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Tunisia’s president dismissed the government and froze parliament on Sunday, prompting crowds to fill the capital in support of a move that dramatically escalated a political crisis, but that his opponents called a coup. Crowds of people quickly flooded the capital’s streets, cheering and honking car horns in scenes that recalled the 2011 revolution that brought democracy and triggered the Arab spring protests that convulsed the Middle East.

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