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A man was killed and a car bomb detonated in the Tunisian capital of Tunis on Saturday during violent protests ahead of the funeral of an assassinated politician.
The Interior Ministry says a Jihadi cell is to blame
All flights to and from the country cancelled
Killing could derail fragile democracy in birthplace of the Arab Spring
Three topless European women were arrested for protesting outside the Palace of Justice in Tunis against the arrest of one of their fellow activists.
Something to declare
A young cigarette vendor has set himself on fire in Tunis, reviving memories of similar events two years ago that sparked an uprising which spread across the Arab world.
Tunisia's new Prime Minister tries to ease tension after opposition leader's murder
Government falls after killing provokes violent protests in cradle of Arab Spring
It's been two years since the Arab Spring uprising, yet tourists have failed to return to Tunisia in any numbers. All the more reason to pay a visit
The BA Boeing 737-400, which was on route to Tunisia, had to divert to Lyon to make an emergency landing
Diamond pen and 39 cars among thousands of luxury items from deposed Tunisian president at auction
Great Britain's poor Olympics in the water concluded today with just three medals after Daniel Fogg finished fifth in the open water in the Serpentine.
Great Britain's men endured another torrid outing in the Copper Box as Tunisia handed out a beating in their Group A clash that sent the host nation crashing out.
Niger's Hamadou Djibo Issaka received the roar of a home gold medallist from the Eton Dorney crowd as he finished 33rd and last in the men's single sculls.
Great Britain's men may have lost their third successive game at the Olympics at the hands of Argentina 32-21, but the manner of their rousing first-half performance will only have enhanced the growing popularity of handball in the country.