Tunisia Protest


'Tunisia Protest' - 12 News Result(s)

  • Tunisia Police Disperse New Protest After Jobless Man's Death

    Tunisia Police Disperse New Protest After Jobless Man's Death

    Tunisian police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse hundreds of job-seeking demonstrators Wednesday in the impoverished town of Kasserine, in a second day of protests after the death of an unemployed man.

  • Man Shot Dead by Police in Tunisia Protest, Say Witnesses

    Man Shot Dead by Police in Tunisia Protest, Say Witnesses

    A man was shot dead on Sunday in clashes between demonstrators and security forces in the southern Tunisian town of Dhiba, near the border with Libya, during a protest over the economy, witnesses said.

  • Tens of thousands rally to oust Tunisian government

    Tens of thousands rally to oust Tunisian government

    Tens of thousands of Tunisians crowded the streets of downtown Tunis on Tuesday to demand the transitional government's ouster, in the largest opposition protest since the country's political crisis began two weeks ago.

  • Tunisia protests after government critic shot dead

    Tunisia protests after government critic shot dead

    A Tunisian opposition politician was shot dead on Wednesday, sending protesters onto the streets of cities nationwide two years after the uprisings that swept Tunisia's president from power and inflamed the Arab world.

  • Tunisian Prime Minister announces resignation

    Tunisian Prime Minister announces resignation

    Tunisia's embattled Prime Minister said on Sunday that he will resign, bowing to a key demand of protesters after at least five people died in a groundswell of new unrest in this North African country.Mohamed Ghannouchi, 69, has been a major irritant to Tunisians behind the so-called "Jasmine Revolution" that toppled autocratic President Zine El Ab...

  • Four dead in Tunisia after renewed violence

    Four dead in Tunisia after renewed violence

    Four people have died in new unrest in the Tunisian capital between stone-throwing protesters and police on the sidelines of demonstrations against the interim government, officials have said.The Interior Ministry, in a statement, blamed "provocateurs" for fomenting violence in otherwise peaceful rallies and for allegedly using young people as huma...

  • More anti-government protests in Tunisia

    More anti-government protests in Tunisia

    Anti-government protests hit Tunisia for a second day running on Sunday, with around 4,000 demonstrators gathering in Central Tunis to demand the resignation of Mohamed Ghannouchi's transitional government.Many waved Tunisian flags and banners proclaiming: "Resignation of the prime minister, Constituent Assembly, Parliamentary System" or "Tunisia i...

  • Time is running out for the Arab world's tyrants

    "Write something beautiful about Mr. President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, and we'll take care of you," said Azzidine, who identified himself as an adviser to the Tunisian president as he discreetly showed me an envelope full of $100 bills.It was 2002 and I was reporting on the Arab League Summit in Beirut. We were not given access to Phoenicia Hotel,...

  • Al Jazeera's role in Arab world's protests

    Al Jazeera's role in Arab world's protests

    The protests rocking the Arab world this week have one thread uniting them: Al Jazeera, the Qatar-based satellite channel whose aggressive coverage has helped propel insurgent emotions from one capital to the next.Al Jazeera has been widely hailed for helping enable the revolt in Tunisia with its galvanizing early reports, even as Western-aligned p...

  • After Tunisia, Egypt, revolts in Yemen

    After Tunisia, Egypt, revolts in Yemen

    Tens of thousands of people are calling for Yemeni President's ouster in protests across the capital inspired by the popular revolt in Tunisia.The demonstrations led by Opposition members and youth activists are a significant expansion of the unrest sparked by the Tunisian uprising, which also inspired Egypt's largest protests in a generation. They...

  • Tunisia: A mock funeral and protests against Government

    Tunisia: A mock funeral and protests against Government

    Protesters staged a mock funeral in the centre of Tunis on Sunday in honour of the man whose suicide triggered the popular uprising that overthrew Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.Mohamed Bouazizi, 26, died after he set himself on fire in the central city of Sidi Bouzid last month to protest against official harassment under Ben Ali's reg...

  • Mideast asks after Tunisian riots: Where next?

    Mideast asks after Tunisian riots: Where next?

    The stunning collapse of Tunisia's long-ruling president brought cheers from the streets and a flood of messages on Middle East websites Saturday with one overriding question: Could it happen next in Egypt or other iron-fist regimes in the region?There's little doubt that Tunisia's people-power uprising - a potent mix of economic gripes and demands...

'Tunisia Protest' - 12 News Result(s)

  • Tunisia Police Disperse New Protest After Jobless Man's Death

    Tunisia Police Disperse New Protest After Jobless Man's Death

    Tunisian police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse hundreds of job-seeking demonstrators Wednesday in the impoverished town of Kasserine, in a second day of protests after the death of an unemployed man.

  • Man Shot Dead by Police in Tunisia Protest, Say Witnesses

    Man Shot Dead by Police in Tunisia Protest, Say Witnesses

    A man was shot dead on Sunday in clashes between demonstrators and security forces in the southern Tunisian town of Dhiba, near the border with Libya, during a protest over the economy, witnesses said.

  • Tens of thousands rally to oust Tunisian government

    Tens of thousands rally to oust Tunisian government

    Tens of thousands of Tunisians crowded the streets of downtown Tunis on Tuesday to demand the transitional government's ouster, in the largest opposition protest since the country's political crisis began two weeks ago.

  • Tunisia protests after government critic shot dead

    Tunisia protests after government critic shot dead

    A Tunisian opposition politician was shot dead on Wednesday, sending protesters onto the streets of cities nationwide two years after the uprisings that swept Tunisia's president from power and inflamed the Arab world.

  • Tunisian Prime Minister announces resignation

    Tunisian Prime Minister announces resignation

    Tunisia's embattled Prime Minister said on Sunday that he will resign, bowing to a key demand of protesters after at least five people died in a groundswell of new unrest in this North African country.Mohamed Ghannouchi, 69, has been a major irritant to Tunisians behind the so-called "Jasmine Revolution" that toppled autocratic President Zine El Ab...

  • Four dead in Tunisia after renewed violence

    Four dead in Tunisia after renewed violence

    Four people have died in new unrest in the Tunisian capital between stone-throwing protesters and police on the sidelines of demonstrations against the interim government, officials have said.The Interior Ministry, in a statement, blamed "provocateurs" for fomenting violence in otherwise peaceful rallies and for allegedly using young people as huma...

  • More anti-government protests in Tunisia

    More anti-government protests in Tunisia

    Anti-government protests hit Tunisia for a second day running on Sunday, with around 4,000 demonstrators gathering in Central Tunis to demand the resignation of Mohamed Ghannouchi's transitional government.Many waved Tunisian flags and banners proclaiming: "Resignation of the prime minister, Constituent Assembly, Parliamentary System" or "Tunisia i...

  • Time is running out for the Arab world's tyrants

    "Write something beautiful about Mr. President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, and we'll take care of you," said Azzidine, who identified himself as an adviser to the Tunisian president as he discreetly showed me an envelope full of $100 bills.It was 2002 and I was reporting on the Arab League Summit in Beirut. We were not given access to Phoenicia Hotel,...

  • Al Jazeera's role in Arab world's protests

    Al Jazeera's role in Arab world's protests

    The protests rocking the Arab world this week have one thread uniting them: Al Jazeera, the Qatar-based satellite channel whose aggressive coverage has helped propel insurgent emotions from one capital to the next.Al Jazeera has been widely hailed for helping enable the revolt in Tunisia with its galvanizing early reports, even as Western-aligned p...

  • After Tunisia, Egypt, revolts in Yemen

    After Tunisia, Egypt, revolts in Yemen

    Tens of thousands of people are calling for Yemeni President's ouster in protests across the capital inspired by the popular revolt in Tunisia.The demonstrations led by Opposition members and youth activists are a significant expansion of the unrest sparked by the Tunisian uprising, which also inspired Egypt's largest protests in a generation. They...

  • Tunisia: A mock funeral and protests against Government

    Tunisia: A mock funeral and protests against Government

    Protesters staged a mock funeral in the centre of Tunis on Sunday in honour of the man whose suicide triggered the popular uprising that overthrew Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.Mohamed Bouazizi, 26, died after he set himself on fire in the central city of Sidi Bouzid last month to protest against official harassment under Ben Ali's reg...

  • Mideast asks after Tunisian riots: Where next?

    Mideast asks after Tunisian riots: Where next?

    The stunning collapse of Tunisia's long-ruling president brought cheers from the streets and a flood of messages on Middle East websites Saturday with one overriding question: Could it happen next in Egypt or other iron-fist regimes in the region?There's little doubt that Tunisia's people-power uprising - a potent mix of economic gripes and demands...

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