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Unrest in Tunisia since the popular revolt
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Timeline: Unrest in Tunisia

Tunisia today saw its first deadly attack on foreigners since the 2010-2011 uprising that toppled president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali after 23 years in power. But the country that gave birth to the Arab Spring has seen a sharp rise in Islamist ... RTE Online, 1 week ago
Unrest in Tunisia since the popular revolt Digital Journal, 1 week ago
Malay Mail

Tunisia jihadi worked with a travel agency

Shortly before he and a friend gunned down 20 foreign tourists at Tunisia's Bardo museum, Yassine al-Abidi sat down to breakfast with his family and left for work at his travel agency as usual. His relatives, mourning his death in a hail of police ...
 Times of Malta1 week ago All the right ingredients for development of jihadist movements in Tunisia  Malay Mail1 week ago One Tunisian soldier killed, two wounded in landmine blast  Sharenet1 week ago Tunisian took break from job to shoot tourists  Emirates2471 week ago

Tunisia marches against terror

Tunisian Prez Beji Caid Essebsi (left) greets French Prez Francois Hollande, prior to taking part in an anti-extremism march—AP World leaders joined tens of thousands of Tunisians on Sunday to march in solidarity against Islamist militants, a day after ...
 Asian Age1 day ago

What the Hell is Happening in Yemen?

It seems like Yemen is always on the brink of disaster. Let's be honest: when was the last time a fluffy human-interest piece came out of Sana'a? Apart from the odd al-Qaida plot and drone strike, Yemen doesn't get much press coverage at all. I ...
 Huffington Post UK5 days ago

Tough security measures vital to defeat those who insist on killing, destruction

KUWAIT CITY, March 24: The Tunisian Ambassador to Kuwait Noureddine El-Rai says terrorism is one of the problems facing not only Tunisia but the entire Arab and Muslim world and called for tough security measures to defeat those who insist on murder ...
 Arab Times6 days ago ''Tough security measures vital to defeat those who insist on killing destruction''  MENAFN5 days ago

Tunisia Gunmen Trained by CIA and Gulf Emirate Jihadis in Libya

Once again the CIA and Gulf Emirates are behind headline terror Kurt Nimmo Prison The Christian Science Monitor warns that last week's attack on a museum in Tunisia that killed 23 may endanger the supposed democratic transition the ...
 PrisonPlanet5 days ago
Abu Dhabi National

The real target of the museum attack: Tunisia's democracy

The attack on Tunisia's Bardo National Museum showed that the country has been targeted because it has achieved what no other Arab country has, Taoufik Bouachrine argued in the Moroccan newspaper Akhbar Al Youm. The promising democratic progress, ...
 Abu Dhabi National5 days ago
Capital Bay

Luke Skywalker's Star Wars home is close to ISIS' Tunisian stronghold

Desert cliffs around town were once backdrop for much of 1977 classic On fringes of Sahara it still draws a few fans but is now part of real conflict Is used as way-station for jihadists crossing Libyan border to join militants Igloo home of Luke ...
 Capital Bay5 days ago
MSN News

Tunisia's Bardo Museum set to reopen less than a week after terror attack

Tunisia's Bardo Museum is set to reopen less than a week after gunmen shot 22 people, mostly European tourists, in the capital Tunis. The museum officials said that they wanted to show the world that the extremists "haven't achieved their goal." ...
 NetIndia123.com1 week ago Tunis museum to reopen after attack  MSN News1 week ago Tunisia's museum to reopen after IS attack  SA Breaking News1 week ago
Christian Science Monitor

In Tunisia, a plea to balance security with newfound freedoms

Last week's terrorist attack in the country's capital was the first to kill civilians since 2002. Some analysts say secularist political gains may have fueled fringe Islamist groups. Tunisian's president Beji Caid Essebsi, center, lays a wreath in ...
 Christian Science Monitor6 days ago
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