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59 min ago | Chosun Ilbo
The United States plans to give Tunisia $60 million in military aid to help the country meet a threat by Islamic militants.
5 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
Construction works of a conveyor belt production unit were launched Tuesday in the industrial area Thala Road in Kasserine, project promoter Moncef Oueslati told TAP correspondent in the region.
9 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
Some 6 million energy saving lamps will be distributed for free starting from 2015, said an official of the National Agency for Energy Management .
A report by Dana Eastland. As we mentioned back in March , there is a new bistro headed to 21st Street in the Mission, called ~L'AVIATEUR~ .
The head of the U.S. African command, Gen. David Rodriguez, said Tuesday during a visit to Tunisia that aid would be for training, mine detection, naval craft and counter-terrorism exercies with Tunisian troops.
Tunisian soldiers patrolling in the Mount Chaambi region where the Tunisian army has been tracking militants, June 11, 2013.
The US is to give Tunisia $60m of military aid to help it fight armed groups who threaten to destabilise the country's democracy, a senior US official has said.
BRADENTON, Fla., Updated Jan. 29, 2011-- Americans don't ask their country to get involved in the internal political struggles of the nations it interacts with, and the general rule is that we don't.
A Tunisian border policeman stands guard at the border crossing of Ras el-Jedir Ben Guerdane, southeast of Tunis August 2, 2014.
Irish-based, North Africa focussed explorer, Circle Oil, today said it has made a major discovery at its Tunisia prospect.
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Ghazi Abderrazak of Tunisia's Etoile du Sahel and Mohamed Farouk of Egypt's Al-Ahly fight for the ball during their CAF Confederation Cup soccer match in Cairo.
TRIPOLI: A wooden boat with around 170 African migrants on board trying to reach Europe has sunk off the Libyan coast, a spokesman for the Libyan navy said Saturday.
Tunisair announced Friday the cancellation of the strike of ground staff at the Djerba-Zarzis airport scheduled for August 29 and 30, 2014.
Two women were killed Saturday by patrol officers in Tunisia's Kasserine town, the interior ministry said.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 05:12 pm
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