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Tunisia places travel ban on 12 officials on suspicion of corruption

Tunisia has banned 12 officials from leaving the country, including a former minister, on suspicion of corruption in the phosphate sector.

Weeks after assuming near-total control, President Kais Saied vows to fight corruption in the country and hold its political and business elite accountable.
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