Wednesday Nov 20
Tunisia's Islamist leadership meets with US military to discuss security, Salafist operations
Since the 2011 revolution, Salafist activity in Tunisia has escalated. The hardline Islamist groups are often considered responsible for the spike in arms trafficking in the country as well Agence France-Presse reported late Wednesday that US military General David Rodriguez held private talks with Tunisia's prime minister on security cooperation.
Candax Energy Inc. Announces Third Quarter Financial & Operating Results
The unaudited financial statements, notes and MD&A pertaining to the period are available on the System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval at www.sedar.com and by visiting www.candax.com .
South China Morning Post
European customs staff seize more cash amid bank secrecy crackdown
Customs officers across Europe finding more people carrying undeclared cash - hidden in luggage, biscuit tins and even children's pockets Tunisians protest outside the gates to the French embassy in Tunis over remarks made by the then French ambassador Boris Boillon in February 19, 2011.
Christian Science Monitor
Even Luke Skywalker can't save Tunisia
The Sidi Driss hotel in Matmata, Tunisia, which stood in for Luke Skywalker's boyhood home in the Star Wars films, is now a hotel and tourist attraction.
The Daily Star
Tunisia resorts tense, tourists shrug off attacks
Tourists visit the Marina in Monastir, a popular tourist destination near Sousse, 140 kilometres south of the Tunisian capital, on October 31, 2013, one day after a failed suicide attack in the area.