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B. 2018-01-14 Tunisia protests: Reforms announced Tunisia
C. 2016-07-30 Tunisia parliament votes to sack PM Habib Essid Tunisia
D. 2015-12-06 Libya's rival parliaments reach tentative agreement Tunis, Tunisia
4. 2015-07-04 Tunisia beach attack: State of emergency declared Sousse, Tunisia
5. 2015-06-28 Tunisia attack: Tributes for dead Sousse, Tunisia
6. 2015-06-27 Tunisia launches security clampdown after Sousse attack Tunisia
2015-06-26 Tunisia beach attack: 80 'propagandist' mosques to be closed Tunisia
8. 2015-03-29 Bardo Museum attack: Thousands join protest march Bardo Museum, Tunis, Tunisia

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Tunisia protests: Reforms announced   The Tunisian government has announced a wave of social reforms, reacting to days of demonstrations by anti-austerity protesters Tunisia parliament votes to sack PM Habib Essid Libya's rival parliaments reach tentative agreement   Nobel Peace Prize for Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet   Norway: The Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to Tunisia's National Dialogue Quartet for helping the country's transition to democracy Tunisia beach attack: State of emergency declared   Tunisia has declared a state of emergency, just over a week after 38 tourists, mainly Britons, died in an attack in the resort city of Souss... Tunisia attack: Tributes for dead   Tributes are being paid to victims of the Tunisia beach attack which left 38 dead, including at least 15 Britons Tunisia launches security clampdown after Sousse attack Tunisia beach attack: 80 'propagandist' mosques to be closed   Tunisia will shut down about 80 mosques accused of inciting violence, Prime Minister Habib Essid has said, after a beach attack that left 39... Bardo Museum attack: Thousands join protest march   Chanting 'Tunisia is free! Terrorism out!' thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets of Tunis for an anti-terror march Museum attack: President vows to fight terror Tunisia candidate refuses to concede Tunisia veteran claims election win Map of Tunis Tunisia  Beji Caid Essebsi has claimed victory in the country's first free presidential election, with exit polls suggesting he won 55.5% of the vote Tunisians choose president in run-off elections Secularist Nidaa Tounes party wins Tunisia election   Tunisia approves new constitution, appoints new government  National assembly approved the landmark new constitution -- its first since the ouster of longtime president Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali Tunisia chooses new PM to replace Islamist gov't  50-year-old Mehdi Jomaa, the industry minister, has been chosen as next prime minister, set to replace the Islamist-led government with tech... Ennahda and opposition 'agree on caretaker PM' Ruling Islamists to quit in Tunisia Tunisia politician Brahmi shot dead Tunisia police clash with Islamists Tunisia PM Hamadi Jebali resigns PM Jebali pledges new government 'by next week' Angry crowds mourn Tunisia opposition leader   Chanting loudly and waving flags, tens of thousands of people turned out for the funeral of Chokri Belaid, whose assassination has sparked u... Tense Tunisia to bury slain leader Politician's slaying shocks Tunisia Map of Tunis Tunisia
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  a gunman shot and killed opposition leader Chokri Belaid, Vocal critic of Islamist-led government, in front of his home


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Oct.6 Tunisia clashes over rubbish dump
Sep.15 US orders staff out of Sudan and Tunisia Sep.14   Anti-Islam film protests escalate Map of Khartoum Sudan  Sudan: Protesters angered by a film made in the US and mocking Islam have attacked Western embassies in Tunisia and Sudan Feb.23     World powers seek Syria breakthrough
  A major world conference is being held in Tunisia to seek a breakthrough in the increasingly bitter Syrian unrest


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Oct.27 Tunisia violence follows poll win
  Islamists win Tunisia's elections
  Tunisia's moderate Islamist Ennahda party has won the country's first democratic elections after the Arab Spring uprisings
 Ennahda won more than 41% of the vote, securing 90 seats in the 217-member parliament
Oct.24   Moderate Islamist party claims election  Tunisia's moderate Islamist party, Ennahda, is claiming victory in the country's first democratic elections Oct.23 Tunisia votes in historic free election
Jul.18     Libyan, U.S. officials hold talks  Washington says the sole point of the meeting was to repeat its demand that Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi 'must go' Jun.20 Ben Ali sentenced to jail in absentia  A court has sentenced ex-President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali and his wife Leila to 35 years for embezzlement and misusing public funds Mar.3 President Fouad Mebazaa calls election Feb.27 Libya exodus sparks border crisis   Libya's border with Tunisia is being overrun with migrants, many of them from Egypt, fleeing turmoil in Libya Tunisian PM resigns over protests Feb.26 Three killed in anti-government protests Jan.22 Pressure on Tunisian PM increases Jan.20   Government lifts ban on political groups  Tunisia's new government will recognize political groups banned under the regime of ousted Ben Ali and grant amnesty to all political prisoners Jan.18 Unity cabinet to hold first meeting Jan.17   N. Africa hit by wave of self-immolation
  In Tunisia Mohamed Bouazizi set himself on fire in protest. Egypt, Algeria, and Mauritania demonstrators are turning to self-immolation
  Tunisia announces new government  Tunisia has formed a national unity government, prime minister Mohammed Ghannouchi has announced, days after a popular revolt Jan.15   Tunisian swears in interim president  Tunisia has sworn in Foued Mebazaa as looting and deadly jail riots rocked the country, a day after President Ben Ali was swept from power Speaker takes over Tunisian presidency
Jan.14   Tunisian president flees; PM takes reins Map of Tunis Tunisia
  Army tanks and armored personnel carriers patrolled Tunis, a day after Ghannouchi announced that he is the interim president
 Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali has fled with his family to Saudi Arabia, after being forced from office after 23 years in power


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May.22 Gadhafi storms out of summit
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Tunisia candidate refuses to concede Tunisia veteran claims election win Map of Tunis Tunisia  Beji Caid Essebsi has claimed victory in the country's first free presidential election, with exit polls suggesting he won 55.5% of the vote Tunisians choose president in run-off elections Secularist Nidaa Tounes party wins Tunisia election   Islamists win Tunisia's elections




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  Tunisia's moderate Islamist Ennahda party has won the country's first democratic elections after the Arab Spring uprisings
 Ennahda won more than 41% of the vote, securing 90 seats in the 217-member parliament
Oct.24   Moderate Islamist party claims election  Tunisia's moderate Islamist party, Ennahda, is claiming victory in the country's first democratic elections Oct.23 Tunisia votes in historic free election Mar.3 President Fouad Mebazaa calls election



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2013 Feb.9 PM Jebali pledges new government 'by next week'
2011 Jan.18 Unity cabinet to hold first meeting Jan.17 Tunisia announces new government  Tunisia has formed a national unity government, prime minister Mohammed Ghannouchi has announced, days after a popular revolt



Tunisia, Politics Religion Timeline ... See World Religion timeline Top ^
2015 Jun.26 Tunisia beach attack: 80 'propagandist' mosques to be closed   Tunisia will shut down about 80 mosques accused of inciting violence, Prime Minister Habib Essid has said, after a beach attack that left 39...



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2004 May.22 Gadhafi storms out of summit
Mar.27 Tunisia cancels Arab League talks



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2011 Feb.27 Libya exodus sparks border crisis
  Libya's border with Tunisia is being overrun with migrants, many of them from Egypt, fleeing turmoil in Libya



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2015 Dec.6 Libya's rival parliaments reach tentative agreement




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2011 Jan.20 Government lifts ban on political groups  Tunisia's new government will recognize political groups banned under the regime of ousted Ben Ali and grant amnesty to all political prisoners



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2012 Sep.15 US orders staff out of Sudan and Tunisia




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2012 Feb.23   World powers seek Syria breakthrough
  A major world conference is being held in Tunisia to seek a breakthrough in the increasingly bitter Syrian unrest
2011 Jul.18   Libyan, U.S. officials hold talks  Washington says the sole point of the meeting was to repeat its demand that Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi 'must go'



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2015 Mar.18 Museum attack: President vows to fight terror
2013 Dec.14 Tunisia chooses new PM to replace Islamist gov't  50-year-old Mehdi Jomaa, the industry minister, has been chosen as next prime minister, set to replace the Islamist-led government with tech... Dec.12 Ennahda and opposition 'agree on caretaker PM' Sep.28 Ruling Islamists to quit in Tunisia Jul.25 Tunisia politician Brahmi shot dead Feb.19 Tunisia PM Hamadi Jebali resigns Feb.6 Politician's slaying shocks Tunisia Map of Tunis Tunisia
  a gunman shot and killed opposition leader Chokri Belaid, Vocal critic of Islamist-led government, in front of his home
2011 Jun.20 Ben Ali sentenced to jail in absentia  A court has sentenced ex-President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali and his wife Leila to 35 years for embezzlement and misusing public funds Feb.27 Tunisian PM resigns over protests Jan.15 Tunisian swears in interim president  Tunisia has sworn in Foued Mebazaa as looting and deadly jail riots rocked the country, a day after President Ben Ali was swept from power Jan.15 Speaker takes over Tunisian presidency Jan.14 Tunisian president flees; PM takes reins Map of Tunis Tunisia
  Army tanks and armored personnel carriers patrolled Tunis, a day after Ghannouchi announced that he is the interim president
 Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali has fled with his family to Saudi Arabia, after being forced from office after 23 years in power




Tunisia, Politics Reforms Timeline ... See World Reforms timeline Top ^
2018 Jan.14 Tunisia protests: Reforms announced   The Tunisian government has announced a wave of social reforms, reacting to days of demonstrations by anti-austerity protesters



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2015 Mar.29 Bardo Museum attack: Thousands join protest march   Chanting 'Tunisia is free! Terrorism out!' thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets of Tunis for an anti-terror march 2013 May.19 Tunisia police clash with Islamists
2012 Oct.6 Tunisia clashes over rubbish dump Sep.14   Anti-Islam film protests escalate Map of Khartoum Sudan  Sudan: Protesters angered by a film made in the US and mocking Islam have attacked Western embassies in Tunisia and Sudan 2011 Oct.27 Tunisia violence follows poll win Feb.26 Three killed in anti-government protests Jan.22 Pressure on Tunisian PM increases Jan.17 N. Africa hit by wave of self-immolation
  In Tunisia Mohamed Bouazizi set himself on fire in protest. Egypt, Algeria, and Mauritania demonstrators are turning to self-immolation




Tunisia, Politics Security Timeline ... See World Security timeline Top ^
2015 Jul.4 Tunisia beach attack: State of emergency declared   Tunisia has declared a state of emergency, just over a week after 38 tourists, mainly Britons, died in an attack in the resort city of Souss... Jun.27 Tunisia launches security clampdown after Sousse attack




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2015 Jun.28 Tunisia attack: Tributes for dead   Tributes are being paid to victims of the Tunisia beach attack which left 38 dead, including at least 15 Britons 2013 Feb.8 Angry crowds mourn Tunisia opposition leader   Chanting loudly and waving flags, tens of thousands of people turned out for the funeral of Chokri Belaid, whose assassination has sparked u... Feb.7 Tense Tunisia to bury slain leader




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2016 Jul.30 Tunisia parliament votes to sack PM Habib Essid
2014 Jan.27   Tunisia approves new constitution, appoints new government  National assembly approved the landmark new constitution -- its first since the ouster of longtime president Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali