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Anti-Sahmain former Congress members to meet in Tunis
January 26, 2015

Members of the General National Congress who are not part of the rump group that reject the House of Representatives and are continuing to hold sessions in Tripoli are planning to meet next week in Tunis, according to Abdussalam Nassiyah. He was one of Zintan’s members in Congress and was subsequently re-elected last June as a member of the House of Representatives.


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Tunisian official hails Kuwait's care for sports of disabled people
January 26, 2015
A Tunisian official commended here on Sunday Kuwait's leading role in reviving sports dedicated to people with disabilities, of different age and gender groups.

In a statement to KUNA on the sidelines of sport events designed for people with disabilities in Monastir, Mohammad Al-Mazoughi, head of Tunisian Paralympic Committee, said that the close cooperation between Tunisian and Kuwaiti institutions in this regard contributed to developing these kinds of sports.

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Tunisia dismantles terrorist cell targeting security, military officials
January 26, 2015
The Tunisian Interior Ministry dismantled a "terrorist" cell and arrested eight members for planning to assassinate security and military officials, said a spokesman here on Sunday The arrest came following information received by security authorities during an investigation with other detainees confirming terrorist activity in Sidi Bouzid Province as well as plans to assassinate a number of military and police forces, the Interior Ministry's Spokesman Mohamed Ali Aroui told...
 
January 26, 2015

Tunisia's Islamist party Ennahda, which holds the second largest number of seats in parliament, said on Sunday it would reject a government proposed last week by Prime Minister-designate Habib Essid, complicating his cabinet's ratification.


A leftist block also said it was opposed to the planned administration, underlining the tough task Essid faces in tackling essential"...

 
 
January 26, 2015

The terror attacks against French newspaper Charlie Hebdo have resulted in cancellations by tourists to Tunisia after the past year already saw a drop in arrivals.


Tunisian tourism minister Amel Karboul told journalists that the cancellations were "irrational," especially in light of the improvement in the country's security situation.


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