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Tunisia's Jews ponder modern-day exodus
April 19, 2011 18:21
DJERBA — Djerba has long been home to one of the oldest and largest communities of Jews in North Africa, but its numbers have dwindled to about 1,500 over the past 50 years.
Refugees languish on Tunisia-Libya border
April 17, 2011 08:37
RAS JEDIR — Few options force some refugees to look north to European shores accessible only by a perilous trip on makeshift boats.
Tunisia's tourism hit by unrest
March 27, 2011 07:36
HAMMAMET — Tunisia's tourism plummeted 40 percent after the overthrow of Ben Ali in January. Fighting in Libya has caused more cancellations.
New wave of refugees pour into Tunisia from Libya
March 18, 2011 05:36
Tunisia, still struggling with the results of its own revolution, has been inundated with more than 120,000 refugees who have fled the fighting in Libya.
Prince Andrew under pressure over links to Jeffrey Epstein, sex offender
March 7, 2011 08:36
Fourth-in-line to the British throne insists he has done nothing wrong, but questions over his business links are only the latest embarrassment for the son of Queen Elizabeth II.
Tunisia's press revels in new freedom
March 7, 2011 07:19
After 23 years of dictatorship, Tunisian readers and journalists are rediscovering the joys of an independent press.
Tunisians, Italians find a common bond in a cup of coffee
March 3, 2011 07:39
On one Italian island, a cafe owner does what he can to ease the plight of Tunisian migrants.
Amr Moussa to run for president in Egypt
February 28, 2011 03:08
The charasmatic former Egyptian foreign minister was one of the first Arab public figures to side with Tunisian protesters in December.
Why African countries aren't revolting
February 25, 2011 07:05
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Unlike the “Jasmine Revolutions” of North Africa, sub-Saharan Africa has not seen citizen-driven movements overthrowing repressive governments.
Where would Gaddafi go?
February 24, 2011 17:39
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The release this week by WikiLeaks of U.S. diplomatic cables indicated a tight diplomatic and political alliance between Gaddafi and Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez.
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