By Angus Mcdowall and Tarek Amara The image above is Ismail Challahki, 19, stands by a beach where migrant boats sometimes depart in Zarzis, Tunisia December 12, 2022. REUTERS/Angus McDowall1234 ZARZIS, Tunisia, Dec 15 (Reuters) – Tunisia holds an election on Saturday but, in the coastal town of Zarzis, teenager Ismail Challahki and others like him couldn’t […]
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