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The Perplexing Problems of Solving Syria

This article was originally published here on What is there to say about Syria? That it is a tragedy? That only the horrors of the Holocaust, Pol Pot's reign of terror, and Mao Zedong's Cultural Revolution diminish its human toll? That the ... Council On Foreign Relations, 5 days ago

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The Carter Center in Tunisia comes under fire

A Tunisian soldier holds his position during an exercise along the frontier with Libya in Sabkeht Alyun, Tunisia, Feb. 6, 2016. (photo byREUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi) Author:Ahmed Nadhif Posted October 12, 2016 The statement published by the Carter ...
 AlMonitor1 week ago Militants kill 3 Tunisian soldiers in ambush  The Gulf Today1 month ago UPDATE 1-Militants kill three Tunisian soldiers in ambush near Algerian border -army  Reuters Africa1 month ago Militants kill three Tunisian soldiers  Defence Web1 month ago
The Times Of Israel

Etoile fly the Tunisian flag

Tunisia have enjoyed far more success at club than national team level, winning 20 Caf competitions but the Africa Cup of Nations only once. Etoile Sahel, a club based in Mediterranean resort Sousse, are the most decorated of the Tunisian clubs ...
 African Independent1 week ago Protesters shut down Tunisia mine, demand jobs  The Gulf Today2 weeks ago Tunisia's grand mufti makes unprecedented call  AlMonitor2 weeks ago Tunisia's Arab Spring Democracy Faces Economic Drought, Terrorism  Epoch Times1 month ago

Businessman's assets to be transferred to Tunisian treasury

The deputy chairman of Tunisia's transitional justice committee, the Truth and Dignity Commission, has announced that assets which fall under the reconciliation agreement between the businessman Salim Chiboub and the former President Zine El Abidine ...
 Middle East Monitor1 week ago Tunisian official: Businessman Slim Chiboub's funds to be transferred to state's treasury  Middle East Monitor1 week ago

ISIS is a product of the Syrian war, not the Iraq war.

Oh oh, here is another journalist I respect greatly, and he says Trump was wrong about ISIS being aproduct of the way we left Iraq. Michael Totten writes, The Syrian civil war started in 2011, eight years after the United States invaded Iraq and ...
 Before It's News2 weeks ago

Sun and Shadows: How an Island Paradise Became a Haven for Dirty Money

Seychelles, a thousand miles from anywhere, is an offshore magnet for money launderers and tax dodgers. A look at this corruption-haunted archipelago shows how the offshore secrecy system has grown — and where it's going. In the fall of 2012, ...
 ICIJ.org3 weeks ago
Middle East Monitor

Why minority hatred isn't always down to religion

The photo opportunity and lavish praise for Egypt's President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi in New York this week, alongside leaders of the Coptic Church, highlight an awkward truth prevalent across the Middle East. Too many religious minority leaders in the ...
 Middle East Monitor3 weeks ago

After Obama, what comes next for US-Tunisia ties?

US President John F. Kennedy (R) and his Tunisian counterpart Habib Bourguiba ride in a car during Bourguiba's first visit to United States as president, May 4, 1961, in Washington. (photo byARCHIVE/AFP/GETTY) Author:Sarah Souli Posted September 28, ...
 AlMonitor3 weeks ago 'They are doing the same things...  DailyNews724.com1 month ago

Trump Botches Iraq

Donald Trump hit Hillary Clinton hard on foreign policy during the first presidential debate Monday night. Secretary Clinton is talking about taking out ISIS, he said . Well, President Obama and Secretary Clinton created a vacuum the way they got ...
 Before It's News3 weeks ago
National Daily

Omran: A metaphor for man's greed and inhumanity to man

EARLY in 2011, what has now become known to contemporary history as the Arab Spring, erupted in Tunisia, in the Maghreb. The Tunisian President, Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali, was toppled; Egyptian President, Hosni Mubarak, was also booted out of office.
 National Daily3 weeks ago
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