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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Tunisians say “economy”, “debate” priorities as they vote in presidential runoff | AFP

Tunisian voters say the “economy” and “intellectual debate” as they cast their ballots in the second round of presidential elections. The vote is Tunisia’s second free presidential election since the 2011 revolt and follows the death of president Beji Caid Essebsi in July.

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Voting starts in Tunisian presidential runoff | AFP

Tunisians begin voting in a presidential runoff pitting conservative law professor Kais Saied against media magnate Nabil Karoui, who was released from prison just days earlier. IMAGE

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Tunisia’s presidential elections: young Tunisians watch the televised debate | AFP

Young Tunisians gather to watch an unprecedented debate between the two finalists of the Tunisian presidential elections, Nabil Karoui and Kais Saied.

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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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No Women, No Fly? Tunisians angered by UAE’s brief female travel ban

A temporary block on Tunisian women entering the UAE has caused uproar in the North African country, leading authorities there to ban all Emirates flights. The embargo appeared to be motivated by concerns over terrorism.

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Tunisians protest in support of jailed Turkish journalists

Members of the National Union of Tunisian Journalists demonstrate in Tunis in solidarity with journalists jailed in Turkey, ahead of a visit to Tunisia by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.