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Sub-Saharan migrants desperate to flee Tunisia as president brands them threat to national identity

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Hundreds of migrants from sub-Sahara Africa are camped out under the shadow of the International Organisation of Migration in Tunis, living in a constant state of appeal.

This comes after Tunisian president Kais Saied labelled them as a "threat to the country's national identity." Thousands of sub-Saharan African migrants have since faced eviction, unemployment, and arrest as authorities moved to act against undocumented migrants.

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