Middle East

Tunisia dismisses foreign, defense ministers: statement

Tunisia's new President Kais Saied takes the oath of office on October 23, 2019 in Tunis after his surprise election victory over champions of the political establishment. Saied, a conservative academic with no previous political experience who won the overwhelming support of younger voters in an October 13 runoff, was sworn in before members of the constituent assembly and other top state bodies. / AFP / Fethi Belaid

 

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