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Coronavirus in Albania / 15 dead in the last 24 hours, 594 new cases with Covid, 984 citizens recover

Coronavirus in Albania / 15 dead in the last 24 hours, 594 new cases with Covid,
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Killed the policeman in Lezha, Aldi Rama leaves urgently for Tirana, here is his health condition

Killed the policeman in Lezha, Aldi Rama leaves urgently for Tirana, here is his
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It was reported that he committed suicide, the police give the official notification to Aldi Rama

It was reported that he committed suicide, the police give the official
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SPAK lands in this city, Education offices are raided

SPAK lands in this city, Education offices are raided
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The action ends / He was being chased by the police for 5 hours, the perpetrator of the execution of the police officer in Lezha commits a serious act

The action ends / He was being chased by the police for 5 hours, the perpetrator
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The director of "Shefqet Ndroqi" resigns, this is the well-known doctor who takes his place (NAME)

The director of "Shefqet Ndroqi" resigns, this is the well-known
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Dynamics / He was with the killed deputy commissioner, the Chief of Crimes in Lezha Police gives the details of the tragic event: We were looking to arrest someone else who had injured earlier ... (NAME)

Dynamics / He was with the killed deputy commissioner, the Chief of Crimes in
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Execution of Deputy Police Commissioner, Yuri Kim reacts immediately

Execution of Deputy Police Commissioner, Yuri Kim reacts immediately
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Chaos is happening in this country / The President "gets rid" of the Prime Minister, takes power himself!

Chaos is happening in this country / The President "gets rid" of the

Outraged by the government's mismanagement of the coronavirus situation, thousands took to the streets and clashed with police. President Kais Saied has said he will take over with the help of a new prime minister to "save" Tunisia.

The head of state claims that his actions are legal under the country's Constitution. "We have made these decisions until peace returns to Tunisia and we save the country," he said.

But for Parliament Speaker Rached Ghannouchi, the president's move is nothing more than a coup. He called on supporters of his Islamic party, Ennahda, to stand up and protest. Ten years ago, the revolution in Tunisia sparked pro-democracy rallies across the region, in what would be known as the Arab Spring; but hopes for more employment and opportunities were never realized.

A decade later, Tunisia struggles with a deep economic crisis and one of the worst coronavirus outbreaks in the region. The number of cases has risen sharply in recent weeks, adding to the pressure on the economy. Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi fired the health minister last week, but that was not enough to quell the anger of the people.