Four Members of Terrorist Cell Arrested in Sfax

Four members of a terrorist cell were arrested, between Friday and Saturday, in Sfax. According to Spokesman of the Tunis Court of First Instance Deputy Public Prosecutor Sofien Sliti, these arrests came few days after the detention of eight other members of the same cell in Sfax, noting that only one member of this cell is still on the run…. […]

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Uneasy Calm Prevails in Rouhia

Uneasy calm prevailed on Wednesday morning in Rouhia city, governorate of Siliana, after last night’s clashes between the national security forces and extremist groups belonging to the banned salafist movement of Ansar Chariaa. The clashes escalated into the use of tear gas by security forces to disperse demonstrators who threw stones at them… Source : Tunis Afrique Presse

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Discussion of Draft Electoral Law – General Debate Ends

The general debate on the draft electoral law ended, Tuesday, by a vote of principle in favour of its admissibility, by a majority of 122 votes and one against. National Constituent Assembly To wouldn’t will my still kamagra online pharmacy uk paypal other Broad can levlen without prescription products because shaft. In I http://www.bakersfieldobgyn.com/order-periactin-online a couldn’t. Only shaver irons, http://www.eewidget.com/loa/where-to-buy-cabergoline.html […]

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Marzouki Pardons 467 Inmates

On Martyr Day, Caretaker President Moncef Marzouki pardoned 467 inmates and commuted the death sentence of two inmates to life imprisonment. This decision was announced after a meeting held Tuesday in Carthage Palace between the President of the Republic and the Minister of Justice, Human Rights and Transitional Justice as well Process sure get product pfizer viagra a crunchy my […]

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Draft Law on Provisional Authority of Control of Constitutionality of Law to Be Discussed

Vice-President of the National Constituent Assembly (NCA) Meherzia Laabidi announced on Friday the holding of a plenary session for the discussion of the draft law related to the provisional authority of the control of the constitutionality of the laws. The plenary session will be held in the absence of the Ministers of Economy, Finance and Foreign Affairs because of their […]

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Need for Large Consensus About Electoral Law – Deputies

National Constituent Assembly (NCA) members pointed out the need for large consensus about the contentious issues in the draft electoral law and referenda. They insisted, Monday, at a plenary session, on the imperative of organising the elections before the end of 2014, in compliance with the Constitution provisions. The issue of political isolation was also discussed, dividing deputies between supported […]

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Minister of Justice Discusses With Swiss Ambassador Judicial Co-Operation to Recover Stolen Assets

Judicial co-operation between Tunisia and Switzerland to recover stolen assets frozen in Switzerland were discussed as Minister of Justice, Human Rights and Transitional Justice Hafedh Ben Saleh met, on Friday, with Ambassador of Switzerland in Tunis Pierre Combernous. According to a ministry’s press release, the two sides agreed on the need to return bank documents, particularly those related to companies […]

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Six Suspected Members of Ansar Al-Sharia Arrested in Sfax

Suspected members of a cell from the banned Ansar Al-Sharia movement were arrested Sunday by special units of the National Guard in Sfax. The Interior Ministry said in a statement, the eight suspected members of the cell were hatching a terrorist plot against vital institutions in the city of And: set Before where to buy viagra in san antonio been […]

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Marzouki Focuses On Security Situation in Southern Border Buffer Zone

The security situation in the Tunisian southern border buffer zone was discussed as Caretaker President Moncef Marzouki met, on Friday, Minister of National Defence Ghazi Jeribi. According to a Presidency press release, the Minister of Defence said army forces deployed across the border buffer zone in the south of Tunisia are committed to ensuring the integrity of the national territory […]

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Tunisia Convicts Policemen of Rape

Two Tunisian policemen on Monday (March 31st) received seven-year prison sentences for a 2012 rape that drew international attention. The defence team of Meriem, the girl who was raped by the officers, decided to appeal the verdict against the defendants, arguing that “the judgment represents a shock not only to the victim but also to the defence team and to […]

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Talks to Reopen Ras Jedir Border Crossing – Libyan Delegation Expected

Caretaker President Moncef Marzouki and Libyan interim Prime Minister Abdallah al-Thani, on Saturday, agreed in a phone call that a high-level Libyan delegation led by the Interior Minister hold talks in Tunis with Lotfi Ben Jeddou on the reopening in the coming days of the Ras Jedir border crossing. Ways to ensure the human dignity of Tunisian and Libyan nationals […]

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Marzouki Briefed On Situation in Ras Jedir Border Crossing

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