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By David Gritten
By Anna Foster
BBC News, Beirut
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A military court in Tunisia has issued prison sentences to four MPs on charges of assaulting policemen last year.
Those sentenced include Saif Eddine Maklouf, who heads the Karama Party in the dissolved parliament.
A prominent critic of President Kais Saied, he has been sentenced to five months in jail - three other members of the party received similar sentences.
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There's been a brief outbreak of factional fighting in the Libyan capital, Tripoli.
Members of an eastern faction arrived overnight in an attempt to claim power.
They then left the city after several hours of clashes.
The armed escort had accompanied Fathi Bashagha, who was named as prime minister by a parliament based in eastern Libya.
He has been trying to take over from Abdulhamid al-Dbeibah, who was appointed prime minister after UN-brokered negotiations last year.
Mr Bashagha says his western rival forfeited his claim to office when he failed to hold elections as scheduled.
By Tom Bateman
BBC Middle East Correspondent, Jerusalem
This is the eighth sandstorm to sweep through the country since mid-April, hospitalising hundreds.
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Thousands of Tunisians took to the streets in the capital, Tunis, on Sunday to protest against President Kais Saied's political measures and rising food prices.
A co-ordinator from the Citizens against the Coup coalition – one of the protest organisers – told the state broadcaster that they rejected the country's "new constitution" that was "drawn up unilaterally" by Mr Saied.
Islamist Ennahda Movement official Ali al-Arid told the channel that protests would continue in the form of sit-ins, marches and hunger strikes.
The protesters assembled on central Tunis thoroughfare chanting the slogan "Leave", state news agency TAP reported.
It also published photos of the crowds waving Tunisian flags and loaves of bread, a reference to rising food prices.
Mr Saied has pushed through a series of moves expanding his powers and dismantling elected institutions since last year, when he suspended parliament.
Earlier this month, he announced a plan for a "new republic" in Tunisia which would be put to referendum on 25 July.
By Ijeoma Ndukwe
Moving to the world’s largest Syrian refugee camp
By Raffi Berg
Violent scenes between police, and mourners of killed reporter Shireen Abu Aqla.
Boris Johnson had not "explicitly apologised" for erroneously saying in 2017 that Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe had been training journalists in Iran, says her husband.
Watch: Footage shows violent scenes at the funeral of Al Jazeera reporter Shireen Abu Aqla