Unemployed protesters took to the streets again today, January 28, in the governorates of Kasserine, Gafsa, Kebili, Sidi Bouzid, Beja, Tataouine, Sousse and Kairouan.
Essid: "Addressing unemployment falls upon all of us,” and "there is need to arrive at consensual solutions" How, what and when were not included in his speech to ARP.
While respecting a nighttime curfew, across Tunisia protesters made use of the day to resume sit-ins and marches throughout the country which was entering a second week protests over unemployment, corruption and government policies. Unemployment [...]
Forty Tunisian and International NGO's were signatories to a joint statement which expressed their solidarity with the protesters who took to the streets of Tunisia since the death of Ridha Yahyaoui in Kasserine on [...]
The second night of a nationwide curfew saw several arrests for curfew violations and for acts of violence or looting committed earlier in the week. Although there were a few reported incidents overnight Saturday [...]
The body of a security agent was found dead in Gafsa near the Houcine Bouzaine Regional Hospital on Saturday, bearing signs of violence, the victim who was 40 years old has not been publicly identified [...]
Kasserine and Tunisia awoke to a relative calm after the first night of a nationwide 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew, after nearly a week of protests following the death of Ridha Yahyaoui, an [...]
As protests continued in Tunisia on Friday, with limited rioting in the suburbs of Tunis and governorates throughout Tunisia, the government declared a nationwide 8 p.m.-5 a.m. curfew. Prime Minister Habib Essid cut short [...]