Kuwait on the Arab Spring – Commentaire

Arab Spring marks end of silence, submission

DUBAI: On a recent blustery night, with a sandstorm kicking up, Kuwait’s own Arab Spring was playing out on a quiet road of villas and tall palms. There a group of protesters gathered to recite a speech – one after the other, word for word – that accused Kuwait’s ruler, of suppressing dissent. The speech had been delivered last year by Musallam Al-Barrack, then a parliament member, and had earned him a five-year prison sentence for supposedly insulting the Amir, Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmed Al Sabah.

http://news.kuwaittimes.net/2013/06/02/arab-spring-marks-end-of-silence-submission/

Tunisian Soldiers Injured by land mine blasts

Landmine blast wounds Tunisian soldiers

Tunis – Three Tunisian soldiers have been wounded in a landmine explosion near the Algerian border where security forces are pursuing Islamist insurgents, the defence ministry said.

http://www.iol.co.za/news/africa/landmine-blast-wounds-tunisian-soldiers-1.1525776#.UauzBpyTVD4

Tunisian Soldiers Injured in Land mine blast

Landmine blast wounds 3 Tunisian soldiers near Algerian border

(Reuters) – Three Tunisian soldiers have been wounded in a landmine explosion near the Algerian border where security forces are pursuing Islamist insurgents, the defense ministry said.

The incident, which happened on Saturday, was the latest of several mine blasts in the remote area of Mount Chaambi, the focus of a hunt for Islamist militants since December.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/06/02/us-tunisia-mine-idUSBRE95106220130602?feedType=RSS&feedName=worldNews

 

Tunisian Soldiers Injured in Blast

Tunisia soldiers hunting Qaeda wounded by mine

TUNIS (AFP) – Three Tunisian soldiers hunting Al-Qaeda-linked jihadists in the rugged border region near Algeria have been wounded in a mine explosion on Mount Chaambi, the defence ministry said.

“The blast happened at 6:15 pm (1715 GMT on Saturday) under a military vehicle, wounding three soldiers,” ministry spokesman Colonel Mokhtar Ben Nasr told AFP.

http://www.modernghana.com/news/466679/1/tunisia-soldiers-hunting-qaeda-wounded-by-mine.html

L’Argent en Question dans ancien Ministre des Affaires étrangères

Sheraton Gate : 1,640 million de dinars versée dans le compte personnel du voleur Bouchlaka

D’après des fuites de l’enquête qu’a menée le juge d’instruction chargé de l’affaire Sheratongate, le don chinois à l’organisation d’un colloque, d’un montant d’un million de dollars (1,640 million de dinars) aurait été versée dans le compte personnel à la STB de Rafik Abdessalem, ancien ministre des Affaires étrangères.

http://actuune.com/sheraton-gate-1640-million-de-dinars-versee-dans-le-compte-personnel-du-voleur-bouchlaka/

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