More Tunisia Articles

  • 2 kidnapped Tunisian diplomats return from Libya

    TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — Two Tunisian diplomats held for months by gunmen in Libya flew home Monday to an airport welcome by the president and other top officials. The men were kidnapped in March and April by an extremist armed group demanding the release of Libyans imprisoned in Tunisia. It is...

  • Tunisia to revamp drug laws as prisons fill up

    TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — Tunisia is revamping its draconian drug laws, which have been condemned for having minimum sentences of at least a year and not distinguishing between hard and soft drugs. The changes are part of Tunisia's efforts to democratize after its 2011 revolution that ousted...



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