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2014/07/23 21:46
2014/07/23 21:46
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In the wake of a July 16 attack that left 15 soldiers dead in Mount Chaambi near the Algerian border, the authorities have laid down a “red line” against criticism of the army and police. The...
2014/07/23 21:46
2014/07/23 21:46
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2014/07/20 16:11
2014/07/20 16:11
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... fighters on Wednesday attacked two army posts in the remote Mount Chaambi region near the Algerian border, killing 15 soldiers in the worst attack in the Tunisian army's history. The...
2014/07/20 00:36
2014/07/20 00:36
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After his family was persecuted under Tunisia's ousted President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali, street artist Karim Jabbari found his own way of expressing his thoughts and feelings Following the uprising...
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2014/07/18 02:27
2014/07/18 02:27
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Several soldiers killed in Tunisia militant attacks Calcutta News.NetThursday 17th July, 2014TUNIS, Tunisia - At least 14 Tunisian soldiers were killed after dozens of militants armed with...
2014/07/17 11:03
2014/07/17 11:03
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Since April, thousands of Tunisian soldiers have been deployed to the Chaambi range bordering Algeria in an operation to flush out al Qaeda-linked militants seeking refuge there, some since fleeing...
2014/07/11 13:57
2014/07/11 13:57
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... tear gas overnight to disperse protesters demanding the release of suspected members of an Al-Qaeda-linked group arrested in the restive Sidi Bouzid region, the government said on...
2014/07/09 15:40
2014/07/09 15:40
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... that doesn't give them license to override fundamental rights." In 2003, during Zine al Abidine Ben Ali's rule, Tunisia adopted counterterrorism legislation that was widely criticized...
2014/07/08 13:30
2014/07/08 13:30
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... powers to interfere with privacy in counterterrorism operations. In 2003, during Zine al Abidine Ben Ali's rule, Tunisia adopted a counterterrorism law that was widely criticized for its...
2014/07/02 17:50
2014/07/02 17:50
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... Wednesday. Tunisian troops are battling militants from the hardline Islamist group Ansar al-Sharia and other al Qaeda-linked fighters, especially since April when they began a new offensive...
2014/07/02 15:04
2014/07/02 15:04
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... next, however was a product of modern times: word spread of Bouazizi's action through social networks, with Facebook specifically becoming a flashpoint for protest organization across the...
2014/06/30 16:49
2014/06/30 16:49
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This piece originally appeared on Three and a half years ago, the world was riveted by the massive crowds of youths mobilizing in Cairo’s Tahrir Square to demand an end to Egypt’s dreary police...
2014/06/27 07:17
2014/06/27 07:17
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Nazi tyrant Adolf Hitler amassed a £3.6 billion fortune, investigators revealed this week. Yesterday the Mirror told how the Nazi dictator owned a string of luxury homes and a collection of 8,500...
2014/06/27 00:19
2014/06/27 00:19
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Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki (front) waits for the arrival of U.S. Secretary of State John F. Kerry ahead of their meeting at the Prime Minister’s Office in Baghdad June 23, 2014....
2014/06/25 15:33
2014/06/25 15:33
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... on Wednesday agreed to hold parliamentary elections on Oct. 26 and a presidential poll a month later, in another step to full democracy after the country toppled its autocrat...
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2014/06/22 18:29
2014/06/22 18:29
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Falling out of favor Here, the small desert state on the Gulf is unrelenting in its pursuit of its interests in Egypt. These are directed against its big neighbor Saudi Arabia. The entire Qatari...
2014/06/22 18:29
2014/06/22 18:29
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... in Cairo, his visit was highly important for Egypt - but few are sure how. His last official visit to a foreign country was more than four years ago - and that has led to plenty of...
2014/07/23 21:46
2014/07/23 21:46
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