Congress ban group labeled “terrorists” by government

TUNISIA: Salafi Extremism Will Affect Oil Confidence

Bottom Line: Developments during the month of May indicate that Tunisia’s Islamist government is preparing in earnest to take on the threat posed by radical Salafi forces.

Court date set for Tunisian FEMEN Amina Tyler on possession charges

Tunisia: FEMEN Activist Faces Possession of Pepper Spray Charge

25 May 2013

Tunisian FEMEN activist, known by the pseudonym Amina Tyler, 19, is set to appear before a court on May 30, to face a charge of possessing pepper spray. Amina made local and international news headlines last March, when she posted topless pictures of herself on Facebook.

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Date de la Cour fixé pour tunisienne Amina FEMEN Tyler sur des accusations de possession

Tunisie : Une militante de FEMEN devant la justice pour possession d’un spray au poivre

25 May 2013

La militante tunisienne de FEMEN connue sous le pseudonyme d’Amina Tyler, 19 ans, est convoquée devant un tribunal le 30 mai, pour répondre de la possession d’un spray au poivre. Elle avait fait les grand titres locaux et internationaux en mars dernier, lorsqu’elle avait posté sur Facebook des photos d’elle-même, seins nus.

Progress against terrorism in Tunisia

Tunisia making progress against terror – PM

2013-05-23 14:10

Tunis – Prime Minister Ali Larayedh said on Thursday that Tunisia is making progress in its bid to dismantle “terrorist” cells despite the presence in the country of armed groups and recent clashes with Islamists.


Concerns of upcoming elections Tunisia

Tunisia’s Salafists

A growing concern