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Tunisia: Tunisian Presidency's 'black Book' Sparks Controversy

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By Reuters

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(SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) EDITOR IN CHIEF OF KAPITALIS ONLINE NEWS MAGAZINE, RIDHA KEFI, SAYING: "This is a revenge operation against me and Kapitalis magazine because we have a critical editorial line towards the ruling troika (three coalition parties) and the Presidency of the Republic, as our readers know." KEFI IN THE NEWS ROOM INTRODUCING HIS TEAM VARIOUS OF JOURNALISTS WORKING (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) EDITOR IN CHIEF OF KAPITALIS ONLINE NEWS MAGAZINE, RIDHA KEFI, SAYING: "I have to go to court to reveal the truth, to defend my rights and to deny what has been said in the presidency's book." VARIOUS OF LOGOS ON WALL AT PRESIDENTIAL PALACE (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) PRESIDENTIAL SPOKESMAN, ADNEN MANCER, SAYING: "The aim is absolutely not to take revenge and the proof is that this book was not supposed to be extensively published or broadcast. But we were overtaken by this leak, I have to admit. Personally, I was shocked to learn about the leak and I heard about it just like all Tunisians did." TUNISIAN FLAG AGAINST WALL

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Item ID:
110085864
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Editorial
Duration:
00:01:39
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Tunisia
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