Tunisia’s state of emergency must be extended: Sabbagh
TUNIS (AFP) – The fragile security situation in Tunisia, where radical Islamists are blamed for a wave of violence in recent months, makes it necessary to extend the state of emergency, Defence Minister Rachid Sabbagh said on Friday.
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Tunisians’ Daily Lives Transformed by Lack of Security
Asma Smadhi | 23 May 2013
Security concerns have fundamentally affected the day-to-day lives of Tunisians, from how they plan their evenings to how they will spend their summer vacations.
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