1 February 2013

Tunisia: Nation Extends State of Emergency

Tunisia on Thursday (January 31st) extended the state of emergency until March 2nd, Tunisie Numerique reported.

In recent weeks, labour protests have ruined violent, security forces dismantled a Tunisian al-Qaeda cell, two security agents were wounded in a gunfight with salafists and extremists desecrated Sufi shrines and a Jewish cemetery.

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