Tunisians Protest Arrival of Bin Salman

Published November 27th, 2018 - 08:44 GMT

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Tunisians take to the streets to protest Saudi prince's visit: Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman expected to arrive in Tunis on Tuesday as part of a regional support-building tour.

The sign in Arabic reads "No to the desecration of Tunisia, country of the revolution".

Prince Mohammed arrived in Cairo today, the latest leg of his first foreign tour since the killing of critic Jamal Khashoggi sparked a global outcry. After an overnight stay in Cairo, the crown prince is due to travel to Tunisia where protests against the visit have been organised by student bodies for Tuesday. Continue reading below »

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This picture taken on November 26, 2018 shows a banner hanging outside Tunisia's Journalists Union in the capital Tunis depicting Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman with a caption reading in Arabic 'no welcomes to bin Salman in Tunisia. 
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Image 1 of 9:  1 / 9This picture taken on November 26, 2018 shows a banner hanging outside Tunisia's Journalists Union in the capital Tunis depicting Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman with a caption reading in Arabic "no welcomes to bin Salman in Tunisia. FETHI BELAID / AFP

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Tunisians demonstrate against the upcoming visit of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to Tunisia, in November 26, 2018 in the capital Tunis. The sign in Arabic reads 'No to the desecration of Tunisia, country of the revolution'. 
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Image 2 of 9:  2 / 9Tunisians demonstrate against the upcoming visit of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to Tunisia, in November 26, 2018 in the capital Tunis. The sign in Arabic reads "No to the desecration of Tunisia, country of the revolution". AFP

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Mohamed bin Salman is not welcome! (Twitter)
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Hundreds of people, mostly young, protest in the center of #Tunisia capital against the visit tomorrow of Saudi crown prince  Mohammed bin Salman (Twitter)
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A picture taken on November 26, 2018 shows a banner hanging at the headquarters of Tunisia's Democratic Women association in the capital Tunis depicting Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman holding a whip with a caption in Arab above reading 'torturer, is not welcome'.
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Image 8 of 9:  8 / 9A picture taken on November 26, 2018 shows a banner hanging at the headquarters of Tunisia's Democratic Women association in the capital Tunis depicting Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman holding a whip with a caption in Arab above reading "torturer, is not welcome". FETHI BELAID / AFP

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This picture taken on November 26, 2018 shows a banner hanging outside Tunisia's Journalists Union in the capital Tunis depicting Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman with a caption reading in Arabic 'no welcomes to bin Salman in Tunisia. 
FETHI BELAID / AFP

Image 1 of 9This picture taken on November 26, 2018 shows a banner hanging outside Tunisia's Journalists Union in the capital Tunis depicting Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman with a caption reading in Arabic "no welcomes to bin Salman in Tunisia. FETHI BELAID / AFP

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Tunisians demonstrate against the upcoming visit of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to Tunisia, in November 26, 2018 in the capital Tunis. The sign in Arabic reads 'No to the desecration of Tunisia, country of the revolution'. 
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Image 2 of 9Tunisians demonstrate against the upcoming visit of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to Tunisia, in November 26, 2018 in the capital Tunis. The sign in Arabic reads "No to the desecration of Tunisia, country of the revolution". AFP

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Mohamed bin Salman is not welcome! (Twitter)

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Mohamed bin Salman is not welcome! (Twitter)

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Hundreds of people, mostly young, protest in the center of #Tunisia capital against the visit tomorrow of Saudi crown prince  Mohammed bin Salman (Twitter)

Image 5 of 9Hundreds of people, mostly young, protest in the center of #Tunisia capital against the visit tomorrow of Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman (Twitter)

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Hundreds of people, mostly young, protest in the center of #Tunisia capital against the visit tomorrow of Saudi crown prince  Mohammed bin Salman (Twitter)

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Hundreds of people, mostly young, protest in the center of #Tunisia capital against the visit tomorrow of Saudi crown prince  Mohammed bin Salman (Twitter)

Image 7 of 9Hundreds of people, mostly young, protest in the center of #Tunisia capital against the visit tomorrow of Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman (Twitter)

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A picture taken on November 26, 2018 shows a banner hanging at the headquarters of Tunisia's Democratic Women association in the capital Tunis depicting Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman holding a whip with a caption in Arab above reading 'torturer, is not welcome'.
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Image 8 of 9A picture taken on November 26, 2018 shows a banner hanging at the headquarters of Tunisia's Democratic Women association in the capital Tunis depicting Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman holding a whip with a caption in Arab above reading "torturer, is not welcome". FETHI BELAID / AFP

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Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (Twitter)

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