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Tunisia police protest

28 Sep
More than 200 police officers protested in Tunisia's second city of Sfax on Wednesday to demand the release of eight arrested colleagues and defend their right to unionise, an AFP correspondent said. Responding to a call from the SNSI police union, the plainclothes protesters chanted pro-union slogans and criticised what they called "harassment" and a…

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