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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 month ago
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"Shisha" Songs and People in a position to Zine El Abidine "Zaynab"

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 Masress.com1 week ago Games dominate the shrine Zine El Abidine Ali Zaynab  Masress.com1 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 month ago All the right ingredients for development of jihadist movements in Tunisia  Malay Mail1 month ago One Tunisian soldier killed, two wounded in landmine blast  Sharenet1 month ago Tunisian took break from job to shoot tourists  Emirates2471 month ago

Ghannouchi defends all Tunisians right to a passport

The leader of Tunisia's Ennahda movement, Rashid Al-Ghannouchi, has defended the right of the country's ousted President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali and his family to retain Tunisian passports, Anadolu news agency has reported. "Every Tunisian has the ...
 Middle East Monitor18 hours ago

Blue-eyed ISIS medic Tareq Kamleh revealed as womaniser who liked alcohol

The doctor in IS's most recent propaganda video has been identified Tareq Kamleh refers to himself as Abu Yusuf al-Australi in the film He calls on foreigners with training to join the ISIS health service Kamleh was identified after the propaganda ...
 Capital Bay2 days ago Blue-eyed medic who appears in doctor's scrubs in latest ISIS video was a 'clean-cut womaniser' who loved to drink alcohol when he was an Adelaide University student  Capital Bay2 days ago

ISIS unveils the ISHS, its own version of Britain's NHS

Poster bears striking resemblance to an NHS poster, featuring a doctor wearing blue scrubs and a stethoscope Nine British medical students recently traveled from Sudan to Syria and are believed to have joined ISIS last month Notorious British jihadi ...
 Capital Bay3 days ago

Tunisia says clashes kill 2 soldiers, 10 jihadis

TUNIS: Two Tunisian soldiers and 10 presumed jihadis have been killed in clashes in rugged terrain near the border with Algeria this week, the Defense Ministry said Friday. "Another two soldiers have been martyred and seven wounded in this army ...
 Lebanon Daily Star3 days ago

The New Global Marketplace of Political Change

Western democratic powers are no longer the dominant external shapers of political transitions around the world. A new global marketplace of political change now exists, in which varied arrays of states, including numerous nondemocracies and ...
 Carnegie Endowment1 week ago
Abu Dhabi National

Yemen is on fire and it is Saleh pouring on the fuel

Over the weekend, Yemen's former president Ali Abdullah Saleh whose whereabouts are unknown took to social media to tell the world what has been evident to anyone who has followed his decades in power: he wasn't going anywhere. Responding to ...
 Abu Dhabi National1 week ago
Middle East Monitor

Ghannouchi: Liberals in Egypt, Tunisia did not tolerate others in power

Leader of Tunisia's Ennahda movement, Rashid Ghannouchi said that liberal parties in Egypt and Tunisia "did not accept having others in power, and they shouldn't exclude them from participating". "When we, Islamists, assumed power in Tunisia, we ...
 Middle East Monitor1 week ago
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