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Inquest reveals security failings at resort attacked in Tunisia

18 January, 2017

An inquest has criticised the lack of security in place at the Sousse resort where 30 British tourists were killed in June 2015.

Deal reached to end 'trade war' on Tunisia-Libya border

18 January, 2017

Protests at a Tunisian border town with Libya have brought trade to a standstill, but a deal with authorities could see commerce resume again.

Hopes and dreams: This week in Middle East football

17 January, 2017

Arab football received a massive boost this week, as FIFA announced that the World Cup could be expanded to 48 teams giving countries in the region new hopes of competing.

AFCON 2017: Morocco shocked by underdogs DR Congo

17 January, 2017

Morocco struggled to find the net against unlikely winners DR Congo, in a disappointing match for the North African side, which still showed some promise.

Snow traps 1,000 motorists in Tunisia

16 January, 2017

Heavy snow drifts have blocked roads in Tunisia, including a main highway.

AFCON 2017: Senegal victorious over helpless Tunisia

15 January, 2017

Despite strong attempts to rescue an early 2-0 Senegal lead, Tunisia failed to perform in front of goal and ended their AFCON campaign opener in disappointing defeat.

Six years on: Tunisians remember their revolution

15 January, 2017

Tunisia marked the sixth anniversary of the fall of dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali without fanfare, after official recognition of failures on economic and social fronts.

AFCON 2017: Algeria's Riyad Mahrez rescues draw with Zimbabwe

15 January, 2017

Algeria's star player Riyad Mahrez scored twice to prevent a shock defeat for the tournament favourites against Zimbabwe's Warriors in their AFCON campaign opener.

Algeria disbands 'Israeli spy ring'

15 January, 2017

Algerian security forces say they have uncovered an Israeli spy ring operating in the south of the country and arrested ten people on Friday, according to local media reports.

Plunged into darkness: Libya's southern, western cities face blackouts

15 January, 2017

Western Libya was plunged into darkness late on Saturday as a blackout already affecting the south spread to the capital, Tripoli, and other major cities.

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