Related formsTu·ni·sian, adjective, nounpro-Tu·ni·sian, adjective, noun
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Diplomats from Egypt, Chad, Tunisia, Algeria and Sudan have met in Cairo to discuss how to halt the violence in Libya.
The progress of the caravan of SUVs and buses ferrying the embassy staff out to Tunisia was monitored in real-time in Washington.U.S. Diplomats and Marines Close Embassy and Flee Libya Fighting|Jamie Dettmer|July 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Ben Rhodes, deputy national security adviser, claims democracy transitions in Indonesia and Tunisia as Obama successes.
“Actually, Tunisia now has more rich people than before the revolution,” she said.
The most famous investigative reporter in Tunisia is a 32-year-old blogger named Olfa Riahi.
But they keep the peace only, for there is no warfare in Algeria or Tunisia to-day.
The difference between the administration of Algeria and that of Tunisia makes itself felt at every step.
To this rule Tunisia presents an exception, Tunisians retaining their nationality and laws.
The former are to be found principally in the neighbourhood of ran, and the latter further east; they abound in Tunisia.
The pilgrims going from Algeria and Tunisia are yearly becoming greater in numbers.