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Torture in Tunisia
Al Jazeera

Torture in Tunisia

It has been four years now since a popular uprising in Tunisia ousted former president Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali. It was hoped then that the Jasmine revolution - and the democratic governments to which it gave birth - would usher in a new era; that ... Al Jazeera, 1 month ago
Tunisian economy 'plagued by petty corruption', 6 days ago

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Qatar Peninsula

Tunisia minister quits over 'lack of will' to fight graft

TUNIS: Tunisia's minister in charge of relations with parliament announced Monday he has submitted his resignation in protest at the lack of will to battle corruption in the North African nation. "I can no longer be part of a government that ...
 Qatar Peninsula3 days ago World bank says approves $500 mln loan for Tunisia  Sharenet6 days ago Tunisian prime minister promises economic, security reforms  AlMonitor1 week ago Congress presses Tunisia on security sector reform  AlMonitor3 weeks ago
Digital Journal

Tunisia lifts state of emergency imposed after tourist massacre

A state of emergency imposed in Tunisia after a jihadist gunman massacred 38 foreign tourists in June is set to be lifted, the president's office announced Friday. "The state of emergency announced on July 4 and extended on July 31 ends today, ...
 Digital Journal6 days ago
Caribbean News Now!

Commentary: Obama amassing coalition of willing to do in Syria what Bush did in Iraq/Afghanistan...

And Putin is trolling him with a coalition of his own ... to do the same. American-trained Syrian fighters gave at least a quarter of their US-provided equipment to al-Qaeda's affiliate in Syria early this week, the US Central Command said late ...
 Caribbean News Now!1 week ago

Tunisia blocks two bomb-laden cars at Libyan border

TUNIS Tunisian troops stopped two bomb-laden cars crossing from Libya and seized arms and documents bearing the symbol of Islamic State, as security tightened following two major attacks this year, the government said on Thursday. Last month, ...
 ENCA1 week ago Tunisia seizes arms, papers with Islamic State symbol near Libyan border  Investing.com1 week ago
Eurasia Review

Afghanistan: Political Gridlock Raises Threat Of Civil War Analysis

By Wednesday, September 30th, 2015 By Parviz Azizi The 70th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) will take place in New York City this week and there will be 160 global leaders in attendance. After being absent for almost 10 years from ...
 Eurasia Review1 week ago
Diaspora Connex

How corruption drives illicit financial flows

Without significant anti-corruption measures on national, continental and international levels, African states will continually expose themselves to the risks of corruption and illicit financial flows. Effectively tackling corruption will certainly ...
 Diaspora Connex1 week ago
Nigeria Daily Independent

The Coup In Burkina Faso

The general condemnation which trailed last week's military coup in Burkina Faso is a clear indication that coup detat is no longer acceptable in any part of the world as a means of ascending power. The Burkinabe presidential guard headed by Gilbert ...
 Nigeria Daily Independent1 week ago

Moving towards US-Russian-Iranian cooperation in Syria?

Since the massive wave of refugees began to arrive in Europe, there has been a visible change of pace and attitude from a number of actors in terms of finding a solution to the Syrian crisis and the fight against the so-called Islamic State in Iraq ...
 Zaman1 week ago

Tunisia sees 2016 economic growth rising to 2.5 pct

TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisia expects economic growth to rise to 2.5 percent in 2016, compared with an expected 0.5 percent in 2015, the finance minister said on Tuesday, after its tourism industry was hit by militant attacks at a Tunis museum and a ...
 Sharenet1 week ago Tunisia's economic growth slows sharply in Q2 after militant attacks  AlertNet1 month ago
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