Tunisians turn to traditional remedies against coronavirus | AFP

There is no known cure for the new coronavirus, but in the medicinal herbs market in the heart of Tunis, anxious Tunisians are consulting with herbalists and stocking up on age-old traditional remedies, hoping that they are effective in warding off the virus. Tunisia has reported 20 coronavirus cases and while no deaths have been reported in the country, the virus has killed more than 6,000 worldwide.

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Body bag seen at the scene of an explosion near US embassy in Tunis | AFP

A body bag is seen at the scene of an explosion near the US embassy in the Tunisian capital Tunis. A double suicide attack shook the Tunisian capital on Friday as assailants wounded six people including police guarding the US embassy, authorities said.

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Report: Explosion near US Embassy in Tunisia

Tunisian media are reporting that a suicide bomber on a motorcycle has set off a blast near the U.S. Embassy in the Tunisian capital, Tunis. (March 6)

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Tunisian women perfom viral feminist anthem “The Rapist is You!” | AFP

Tunisian women of the Falgatna collective perform in Arabic the Chilean viral feminist anthem turned into a mighty global roar against sexual violence “The Rapist is You!” during a flashmob in Tunis. IMAGES

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Tunisians ponder Islamists push at the polls | AFP

Reaction is mixed on the streets of Tunis as exit polls show an established Islamist-inspired party leading that of a jailed business tycoon in Tunisia’s legislative polls.

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Supporters of Tunisia’s jailed candidate celebrate 2nd round advance | AFP

Supporters of Tunisia’s jailed presidential candidate Nabil Karoui celebrate his advance to the next round of the presidential elections in the capital Tunis. IMAGES

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Tunisian presidential candidate Abdelfattah Mourou casts his vote | AFP

Abdelfattah Mourou, who heads a first-time bid on behalf of his Islamist inspired Ennahdha party, arrives to a polling station in Tunis to cast his vote for the Tunisian presidential elections. The election follows an intense campaign beset by personality clashes, albeit one with few clear political differences, brought forward by the death in July of 92-year-old president Beji Caid Essebsi. IMAGES

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Headlines the day after the death of Tunisian president Essebsi | AFP

The front pages of French and Arabic newspapers in Tunisia headlining with the death of Tunisian President Beji Caïd Essebsi as residents of Tunis praise the “smooth” transition of power and the swearing-in of speaker Mohamed Ennaceur to take the reins as interim president.

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Convoy leaves hospital with body of late Tunisian President Essebsi | AFP

A convoy carrying the body late Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi leaves the military hospital in Tunis. IMAGES

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Exterior of hospital where Tunisian President Beji Casi Essebsi died | AFP

Tunisian police officers gather outside the Military Hospital in Tunis following the death of President Beji Caid Essebsi. IMAGES

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Anger in Tunis after double suicide blasts rock Tunisia capital | AFP

People chant anti-terrorism slogans at the site of the suicide attack that targeted police and the national guard in the Tunisian capital, killing a police officer and wounding at least eight people including several civilians.

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Massive general strike takes effect in Tunisia

The secretary general of Tunisia’s powerful UGTT trade union, Noureddine Taboubi, gives a speech in front of a crowd gathered in front of the union’s headquarters in Tunis, as a major strike takes effect in the country. The Tunisian General Labour Union, the UGTT, called on public sector employees to observe the strike — the second since November — to demand a wage rise and economic reforms.

Massive general strike takes effect in Tunisia

The secretary general of Tunisia’s powerful UGTT trade union, Noureddine Taboubi, gives a speech in front of a crowd gathered in front of the union’s headquarters in Tunis, as a major strike took effect in the country Thursday. The Tunisian General Labour Union, the UGTT, called on public sector employees to observe the strike — the second since November — to demand a wage rise and economic reforms. IMAGESATTENTION CLIENTS: AN EDIT IN HD WILL FOLLOW

Protests grip Tunis after journalist sets himself on fire over country’s economic conditions

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Protests have been raging in west central Tunisian city of Kasserine, where police used tear gas to disperse stone-throwing demonstrators.

The protests erupted after the death of a journalist who set himself on fire to protest economic problems in the north African nation.

18 people have been arrested, officials said on Wednesday.

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Protesting clowns: Performance decrying Saudi Crown Prince shown before his visit to Tunis

Dozens of protesters rallied in central Tunis on Monday to decry Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s scheduled visit. The Prince is expected to land on Tuesday, in what will be his first foreign trip since the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

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Family of Tunisian suicide bomber mourn her death

Family members of Mna Guebla, who blew herself up the previous day in Tunis, mourn at the family home in the village of El Zorda, near the coastal city of Mahdia. Guebla, an unemployed graduate, detonated a bomb near a gathering of police cars in Tunis’ upmarket Avenue Habib Bourguiba, wounding 15 officers and two teenagers in the first such attack in the city since 2015.

Tunisia craftsmen bring tradition to World Cup team costume

Traditional tailors and a Tunisian designer in offices and shops in Tunis’s medina prepare the off-pitch attire for the Tunisian football team and their technical and training staff, bringing a touch of tradition to the costume, before they travel to take part in the World Cup in Russia.

Yellow card to Tunisian govt: Protesters clash with police at anti-govt rally

There’s been more violence in the Tunisian capital, where hundreds of people took part in anti-government rallies on Friday. Unrest has been escalating in Tunis, since new austerity measures were announced at the start of the year. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/8wpj

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