1. Human Rights Crisis: Tunisia Faces Backlash over Mass Deportations

    Africa Human Rights Crisis: Tunisia Faces Backlash over Mass Deportations

    Tunisia faces global condemnation as reports emerge of door-to-door deportations targeting black Africans, including legal residents, students, and workers. The government's actions, seen as a political maneuver, draw ire for violating human rights and disregarding international law. Outrage...
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    World Tunisia arrests two for trying to infect police with coronavirus – Ladun Liadi’s Nigeria News

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    Video Nigeria News Today - Senate Confirms Tanko Mohammed As Substantive Chief Justice of Nigeria

    Today's News Highlights Include: https://www.nigerianbulletin.com/threads/senate-confirms-tanko-mohammed-as-substantive-chief-justice-of-nigeria-%E2%80%93-linda-ikeji%E2%80%99s-blog.397374/...
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    Sports Belgium vs Tunisia: Belgium crushes Tunisia 5:2 – Punch Newspapers

    Belgium crushes Tunisia to make it the round 16 of the 2018 World Cup on Saturday. Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku scored two goals apiece and Michy Batshuayi added a fifth for the ... read more via Punch Newspapers – https://ift.tt/2tycFiB Get More Nigeria Sports News
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    Sports Belgium coach Martinez tips Tunisia as World Cup surprise package – Goal.com News

    Belgium coach Roberto Martinez has tipped his 2018 World Cup Group G opponents Tunisia to emerge as one of the tournaments surprise packages. The Tunisians were edged 1-0 by Spain in Saturday’s final World Cup warm-up friendly in Krasnodar as they gear up to take on … read more via...
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    Botswana, Nigeria, Senegal and Tunisia vying for 2022 Youth Games: IOC – Vanguard News

    Botswana, Nigeria, Senegal and Tunisia are the official candidates vying to host the 2022 Youth Olympic Games, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) said Thursday. The IOC wants an African country to host the 2022 event and will … read more via Vanguard News – https://ift.tt/2Kyh8JR...
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    Sports Eagles, Senegal, Morocco will struggle in Russia –Ex-Cameroon star - Punch newspaper

    Former Cameroon and Arsenal defender, Lauren, says none of the African teams at the World Cup will get past the quarterfinals in Russia. Nigeria (Super Eagles), Senegal (Teranga Lions), Tunisia (Carthage Eagles), Egypt (Pharaohs) and Morocco(Atlas Lions) will represent Africa at Russia 2018...
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    Sports World Cup: We fear Sterling more than Kane, says Tunisia coach .

    Tunisia’s national coach said Monday he will fear England’s Raheem Sterling more than Harry Kane, when the two countries play against each other in the World Cup finals this year. Nabil Maaloul was speaking in Doha, where the Tunisian national team are preparing for Russia with a 14-day winter...
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    World Tunisia: 50 Killed As Militants, Security Forces Clash in Border Town

    Islamist fighters attacked army and police barracks in the Tunisian town of Ben Guerdan near the Libyan border on Monday. According to reports from residents and the Interior Ministry at least 50 people, including civilians, were killed in the clashes. The report said that authorities had...
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    World Tunisia: Troops Kill 4 Suspected Militants During Counter-Terrorism Operation

    Tunisian troops killed four suspected militants in a counter-terrorism operation overnight that was still continuing on Tuesday, the interior ministry spokesman said. There were no security force casualties in the operation in the Ain Jaffel area on the border between the central provinces of...
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    Sports CHAN 2016: READ Sunday Oliseh's Comments After Nigeria's 1 -1 Draw With Tunisia

    Nigerian coach Sunday Oliseh has expressed delight at the Super Eagles' performance on Friday against Tunisia in their second group game at the African Championship in Rwanda. Oliseh is happy that Nigeria are still in contention to top Group C. According to him, the lesson learnt in today's...