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How To Survive Tunisia’s “Terrorist Attacks”

The Free Tunisian Radio Network has announced that a terrorist attack at the Tunisian parliament on Wednesday was foiled by security forces.The station says that around 1,000 people were evacuated from the parliament building, which was attacked by a group of armed men.There were no reports of casualties.In the aftermath of the attack, Tunisia’s government […]

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What to know about the recent Tunisian crackdown

Tunisia’s government on Friday banned all news websites and social media outlets in a crackdown on opposition media outlets.The ban was announced by the interior ministry in a statement.It was widely condemned by journalists, human rights groups and human rights organizations.The decree bans the news websites, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and Twitter from operating in the […]

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New York Times says new music site,Free Music,is a ‘good way to get free music in the US’

The New York Time has been buzzing about the launch of a new music website called Free Music in the United States, but the New York-based publication is going to take a little time to get its feet wet.As part of the Times’ ongoing partnership with the US Music Coalition, the publication will be providing […]

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How to tune into the new music and entertainment channels online in Tunisia

A popular free-to-air radio station has become the latest outlet to go live in the country where the conservative government has cracked down on dissent.The Al-Azhar University radio station in Tunis began broadcasting on Friday, a day after the government banned social media channels.It was one of the first stations to be allowed to operate, […]

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