Some like it hot in Tunisia

Schlosser, Patrizia
October 2011
Asian Pacific Post;10/20/2011, p6
The article reports that the Jasmine Revolution in Tunisia which resulted to the ousting of President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali has created opportunities for tourists to see more of the country and its culture.


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