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Thursday Sep 4 | IcNetwork

Welsh family trapped in war-torn Libya flee to safety across the Tunisian border

Mother and two grown up children hoping to make the journey back to Wales after escaping the fighting in the Libyan city A Welsh mother who was trapped in war-torn Libya with her three grown-up children has made it out of the country to Tunisia. The 51-year-old woman, originally from Cardiff and who wishes to be identified only through her Facebook alias of Pj Libya, hopes to return to Wales after fleeing from the Libyan city of Benghazi with her son, 29, and daughter, 30. A second son, 32, with a family, is staying in the city.

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Thursday Sep 4 | The Nation

Nine more Thais evacuated from Libya

The Thai Embassy in Tripoli has reported that nine Thai workers with the Annahr company were evacuated from Libya on August 31 to Tunisia via Ras Jedir border. The Thai assistance team in Tunis has provided accommodation and medical support for the workers, who will return to Thailand in due course.

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Tue Sep 02, 2014

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Habib Bourguiba tomb

The Bourguiba Family Mausoleum is one of the main attractions of Monastir. It was built in 1963 and later expanded.

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Mon Aug 25, 2014

Kent Online

Ramsgate woman stranded on holiday in Tunisia after fear of flying

A British holidaymaker was stranded in Tunisia for three weeks and forced to shell out 5,000 to get home - after being paralysed by a fear of flying.

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Tue Aug 19, 2014

TrekEarth

Entrance

This is the side entrance of the BOURGUIBA MAUSOLEUM , who had shown previously in its entirety .

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