Tunisian media in turmoil in the post revolution era
The downfall of dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali in January 2011 has not put an end to repression of the media in Tunisia.

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Tunisian media: between the devil and the deep blue sea
Last year's revolution promised a new dawn for the Tunisian press, but the reality suggests that journalists are struggling to work freely as the government attempts to maintain control over the media.

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Mohamed Bakkali, an experience of media freedom in Tunisia
Aljazeera reporter, Mohamed Bakkali has witnessed the recent development of the Tunisian media. Here he talks to DCMF about the difficulties for the press and his suggestions for the future.

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Tunisian media under the shroud of government control
It has been more than a year since the Tunisian uprising began, but a recent string of events indicate that there is still an ongoing revolution in the Tunisian media.

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Journalists discuss the media in Tunisia
While the quest for freedom and dignity characterised the revolution in Tunisia, questions have been raised over whether the current media climate reflects these values. DCMF spoke to a number of journalists to get their take on the situation.

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Tunisian media in turmoil in the post revolution era

Tunisian media: between the devil and the deep blue sea

Mohamed Bakkali, an experience of media freedom in Tunisia

Tunisian media under the shroud of government control

Journalists discuss the media in Tunisia
Following a nationwide strike by Tunisian journalists, the government has vowed to implement decrees to guarantee press freedom and independent regulation
Journalists are striking over the ruling party's attempts to control the media and the lack of press freedom in Tunisia

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