The Shift-Interview with Youssef Gaigi, co-founder of "tunisia-live.net".
Youssef Gaigi, co-founder of "tunisia-live.net", is talking about the problems offering independent and verified information about what is going on in today's Tunisia.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she hopes the debate about gay marriage will become a “matter of conscience.” The comments could open the door for a parliamentary vote.
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