October 2011
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);10/25/2011, Vol. 199 Issue 5202, p17
The article reports on the Tunisian Newspapers, who hailed for the victory of Tunisia first free and fair elections for democracy after the downfall of Zine al-Abidine Bin Ali, former President of Tunisia. It states the editorial column of the newspaper reported that October 23, 2011 will be remembered in the history of Tunisia. Further information depicts on the news published by the newspapers in praise of the people of Tunisia for achieving of the victory.


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