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International institutions are protesting Tunisia's racist crackdown on migrants

Migrants camp outside the headquarters of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) in Tunis, on March 7, 2023. After President Kais Saied ordered "urgent measures" against irregular sub-Saharan migrants, hundreds of West Africans, evicted in recent days by landlords fearing heavy fines for hosting undocumented migrants, have flocked to their embassies in Tunis to seek repatriation.
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Migrants camp outside the headquarters of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) in Tunis, on March 7, 2023. After President Kais Saied ordered "urgent measures" against irregular sub-Saharan migrants, hundreds of West Africans, evicted in recent days by landlords fearing heavy fines for hosting undocumented migrants, have flocked to their embassies in Tunis to seek repatriation.

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