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Libyan Newswire

Sam Kimball

Monday, April 25, 2016 – 06:22

As Washington earmarks nearly $100 million for military aid to Tunis, arms manufacturers sense a new gold rush. But it may come at the cost of the country’s fragile democracy.

Wednesday, May 28, 2014 – 07:57

Last week, Tunisia’s Interior Ministry reported that its forces had arrested eight Libyan militants who had entered the country with the aim of carrying out attacks against Tunisian officials. The ministry described the men as “Islamists.” The news jangled nerves in a country that’s already worried about contagion from the deepening turmoil in post-Qaddafi Libya. Tunisians, who have had their own troubles with religious militants, have followed the steadily rising tide of bombings, shootings, and militia escapades in their neighbor to the east.