Tunisian Prime Minister Ali Laarayedh is promising to crackdown on Ansar al-Sharia after police clashed with members of the radical Islamist group at the weekend.
Hundreds of former Libyan rebels who were injured in the revolution are in Germany for medical attention. James Wheeler is a US citizen who describes himself as "an American volunteer ...
Tunisia's Interior Minister Lotfi Ben Jeddou says the authorities have dismantled jihadist training centres that were preparing insurgents to fight in Syria. He said the recruitment ...
In today's African press, claims Tunisian jihadist fighters are fighting for Al Shebab in Somalia; unions in South Africa step up wage demands; and Nigeria sells off state electricity assets.
In Tunisia, the ruling party says it will give up key ministries.
The news that Tunisian Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali has resigned is making the front pages all over Africa, as is Laurent Gbagbo's appearance at the International Criminal Court.
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