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Libya regional tensions

Tunisia and Italy issue joint call for reconciliation among Libyan militias - @AFP

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Tunisia

4 police killed by militants in central-west region of Kasserine, Tunisia, local media reports - @Rana_J01

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Tunisia

Tunisia government: 4 National Guardsmen killed by militants near Algerian border - @AP

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Tunisia presidential election 2014

Tunisian secular-Islamist coalition government takes office - @DailyStarLeb

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Tunisia's parliament approves a new secular-Islamic coalition - @Reuters

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Tunisia

Tunisian premier-designate says he has formed a new government including Islamist party Ennahda - @Reuters

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Parliament of Tunisia

Tunisia's moderate Islamist party Ennahda agrees to join main rival secular party Nidaa Tounes in coalition government, party leaders say - @Reuters

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Canada

Canadian man pleads not guilty to charges that he sent money and provided support to Tunisian jihadists believed responsible for 2009 suicide attack in Iraq that killed 5 American soldiers - @AP

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Tunisia

Tunisia premier-designate forms new government without Islamists - @Reuters

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Tunisian blogger Yassine Ayari is sentenced to a year in jail for defaming the army - @AFP

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Libya

Islamic State branch in Libya claims execution of 2 Tunisian journalists - @AlArabiya_Eng

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Beji Caid Essebsi

White House: President Obama called Tunisia President Essebsi to congratulate him on his victory in 1st presidential election under Tunisia's new constitution - @NSCPress

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Tunisia

Suspected militants stab Tunisian policeman to death as he travelled home off-duty - @Reuters

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Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi congratulates Beji Caid Essebsi on winning Tunisia's presidency - @AlArabiya_Eng

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Tunisia

Editor's note: Voting in Tunisia's presidential runoff was largely pronounced free and fair, reports the Associated Press, with a participation rate of 60 percent. The election of 88-year-old former government minister Beji Caid Essebsi completes the democratic transition following events in 2011 that set off what became known as the Arab Spring. - Tricia

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Tunisia

Veteran politician Beji Caid Essebsi swiftly claims victory in Tunisia's landmark presidential election, taking 55% of the vote - @AJENews

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Tunisia presidential election 2014

Update: Exit poll says Beji Caid Essebsi, 88-year-old official from Tunisia's previous regimes, has won the nation's presidential runoff - @AP

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Tunisia presidential election 2014

Tunisian presidential candidate Beji Caid Essebsi claims victory in run-off election - @Reuters

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Tunisia presidential election 2014

Photo: A Tunisian woman casts her ballot in the capital Tunis - @ReutersAfrica

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Tunisia presidential election 2014

Polling stations are opening across Tunisia for presidential run-off vote - @NaveenaKottoor

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