Tunisian president sacks PM, suspends parliament after violent protests • 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.

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