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TUNIS (Reuters) - Violent clashes erupted for a fifth night on Tuesday between police and protesters in several Tunisian cities, including the capital Tunis and Sidi Bouzid, the cradle of the Arab Spring uprisings, as anger and frustration mount over economic hardship.
TUNIS, Jan. 19 (Xinhua) -- The acts of vandalism, looting and attacks on public and private properties are not innocent in Tunisia, Tunisian Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi said on Tuesday.
LEVELLAND, Texas (Reuters) - Pat Cowan, a Republican official in west Texas, would rather blow up her party than see it controlled by “weak” Republicans who increasingly are distancing themselves from President Donald Trump since the U.S. Capitol riots he is accused of inciting.
OAKLAND, Calif. (Reuters) - U.S. lawmakers are moving ahead with efforts to ban facial recognition software even as the technology helps identify supporters of President Donald Trump who ransacked their workplace and forced them to evacuate this month.
NAIROBI, Jan. 18 (Xinhua) -- Kenya said Monday it has launched an extensive and sustained security operation in the Kapedo area in the northwest region targeting the criminals who laid an ambush against police officers during which a senior paramilitary police officer was killed and two others injured on Sunday.
TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisian authorities arrested 240 people, mostly teenagers, after violent clashes with police in several cities overnight and further protests in at least three towns on Sunday, the Interior Ministry said.
TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisian police fired tear gas to disperse protesters in the northern city of Siliana on Friday after a policeman beat a shepherd, witnesses said, in an incident that sparked anger, as the country celebrate the tenth anniversary of the transition to a full democracy.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democrats will give President Donald Trump one last chance on Tuesday to leave office days before his term expires or face an unprecedented second impeachment over his supporters' deadly Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol.
KABUL/HERAT (Reuters) - Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Monday expressed grief over the deaths of civilians in an airstrike by the country's military, a move that came a day after government officials said only Taliban fighters had been killed.