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Despite Tunisia's vote for change, enduring miseries drive youth exodus

Reuters Thursday, 17 October 2019
It only took 10 minutes for Fakher Hmidi to slip out of his house, past the cafes where unemployed men spend their days, and reach the creek through the mud flats where a small boat would ferry him to the migrant ship heading from Tunisia to Italy.
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A story of a young Tunisian man who went missing at sea after his migrant boat capsized is a testament of growing frustration and anger, particularly among young people. Emily Wither reports.

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