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Palestinian Authority officials have asked Tunisian President Zain al-Abidin bin Ali to cancel an invitation extended to Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon to visit the North African Arab country in November.

Khalid Amayreh in the West Bank
Ariel Sharon has accepted an unprecedented invitation from Tunisian President Zine al-Abidin bin Ali to visit the north African country, the Israeli prime minister's office announced.
Tunisia's first private television channel has started satellite broadcasts in a country often criticised for its restrictions on media freedom.
Tunisian President Zain al-Abidin bin Ali has pardoned at least 80 short-term Islamist prisoners during Ramadan, including two leaders of the banned Nahda party.
Tunisian President Zain al-Abidin bin Ali has extended his 17 years in power by winning 94% of votes in an election several opposition parties criticised as unfair and a sham.
Tunisians have voted in general elections boycotted by several opposition parties.
Thousands of opponents of Tunisia's president have put on a rare show of unity by marching through the capital Tunis.

Two opposition parties have called on Tunisians to boycott the up coming presidential vote.

Tunisia's opposition Union of Democratic Unionists (UDU) party has called on its members to vote for long-time President Zain al-Abidin bin Ali in next month's election, the official TAP news agency said Saturday.

Tunisian President Zain al-Abidin bin Ali has announced that Arab leaders have adopted a 13-point programme aimed at promoting political reform in their countries.

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