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By Tarek Amara TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisia's president was criticised by opponents on Monday for breaching the constitution after trying to end a dispute in which 32 lawmakers have threatened to resign over what they say is his son's attempts to control his party. The turmoil within the Nidaa Tounes party threatens to undermine a period of political stability for Tunisia following its transition to democracy after its 2011 uprising ousted autocrat Zine Abidine Ben Ali. The resignation of Nidaa Tounes lawmakers would leave rival Islamist party Ennahda with the strongest position in parliament, and comes just as the country looks to enact sensitive economic reforms.
JERUSALEM (AP) — A Jerusalem court on Monday convicted two Israeli youths in the grisly killing of a 16-year-old Palestinian boy whose slaying was part of a chain of events that led to last year's Gaza war.