Posts Tagged "Massinissa Benlakehal"

October 2018

Posted on November 1, 2018

Ulf Laessing : Pasta and petrol: smuggling crackdown stirs dissent in Tunisia’s southReuters, october,29, 2018:
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Tunisian Zubair Abdel-Moula lost his work selling smuggled fuel on the streets of a poor southern town after the government tightened controls with Libya to stop militants crossing the 460km (286 miles) border.

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September 2018

Posted on October 2, 2018

Massinissa Benlakehal: Tunisia’s Kerkennah Islands: A land for smugglingThe New Arab, September, 27, 2018:
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As Libya’s shores sees tightened controls, Tunisia’s Kerkennah Islands has become the new route for migrants trying to make the crossing to Europe in the past year.

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February 2018

Posted on March 1, 2018

Aleksei Merkulov: Tunisia seeks strategic partnership with Russia — minister, Tass, February, 27, 2018:
Relations between Tunisia and Russia are very friendly, and there are good prospects for developing and strengthening them, Tunisian Minister of Tourism and Handicrafts Salma Elloumi Rekik told TASS on Tuesday in the run-up to her working visit to Moscow.

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January 2018

Posted on February 1, 2018

Massinissa Benlakehal: Tunisia’s protests marking revolution anniversary turn violent, Al Araby, January, 14, 2018:
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“Small skirmishes between protesters and police erupted in Tunis on Sunday, as a demonstration was held to mark the seventh anniversary of the country’s revolution.”

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December 2017

Posted on January 1, 2018

Ricard Gonzales: Egipto ejecuta a 15 hombres por ataques en el Sinaí, El Pais, December 27, 2017:
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“El Ministerio del Interior de Egipto ejecutó este martes a 15 hombres acusados de pertenecer a un grupo terrorista y de llevar a cabo atentados contra las fuerzas de seguridad en la península del Sinaí, según ha informado la agencia de noticias Reuters. Esta es la cifra más elevada de personas ajusticiadas en un solo día desde que el mariscal Abdelfattá Al Sisi accediera a la presidencia del populoso país árabe en verano de 2014.”

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