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  • Known to police, Tunisia attackers had trained in Libya

    Known to police, Tunisia attackers had trained in Libya
    Radicalized, trained in Libya, and already in police files, the two young men who shot dead 21 people at a renowned Tunisian museum embody what many see as the main threat to this North African country bent on building democracy.
  • Old-guard insider wins Tunisian presidency, preliminary count shows

    In a triumph of the old guard, a former senior member of Tunisia’s pre-revolution government has won the presidency, according to official preliminary results released Monday. Though the results did not represent the full final count, Tunisia&...

    Tunisia's milestone presidential vote likely to yield runoff

    Tunisia's milestone presidential vote likely to yield runoff
    Marking a milestone in what has been a challenging but largely successful democratic transition, Tunisians on Sunday voted for a head of state for the first time since a popular uprising nearly four years ago. With more than two dozen candidates...

    Tunisia offers a rarity in North Africa: calm after an election

    In a region torn by turmoil, the North African nation of Tunisia this week showed itself to be an anomaly. It held a peaceful election that was hailed by monitors as generally free and fair. The Islamists who lost calmly acknowledged defeat even...

    Palestinians uncertain about next move in U.N. bid

     
    The Palestinians' United Nations application was discussed in the U.N. Security Council Friday, but no vote was taken. The Palestinians now seem uncertain about their next move to win full membership in the United Nations.