Tunisian Forces Clash With Militants Amid Security Tensions

Rayman, Noah
November 2013
Time.com;11/14/2013, p1
The article discusses conflicts between Tunisian forces and militants as of November 14, 2013, with a focus on increased Islamic extremist activity in response to the expulsion of President Zine el Abidine Ben Ali in 2011. Topics include security concerns in Tunisia and efforts by the interim ruling government to establish a technocratic caretaker government.


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