Tunisia in political turmoil after President Saied removes PM | Eye on Africa • FRANCE 24 English

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Turmoil grips Tunisia as the President sacks the Prime Minister and suspends parliament. Protests in Eswatini leave at least 2 dead. Finally in Cameroon, we meet the young entrepreneur hoping to reduce his country’s reliance on fishy imports. All that and more on tonight’s ’Eye on Africa’.

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