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Warrant: Tunisian led Madrid group  An arrest warrant accuses Sarhane Ben Abdelmajid Fakhe of being the ringleader of the group in the Madrid bombings   Arab summit outrage over abuse
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  Tunisia cancels Arab League talks
  Tunisia win opener over Rwanda, 2-1  Francileudo Dos Santos gave hosts victory in the opening game of the African Cup of Nations Tunisia make African final over Nigeria  Tunisia reached the final of the African Cup of Nations after a dramatic 1-1 (5-3 on penalties) shoot-out win Tunisia win Cup of Nations over Morocco

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  An error from Morocco keeper gifted Tunisia their first-ever African Cup of Nations title with 2-1 win

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  A 2-day summit of Arab leaders has been postponed indefinitely by host country

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  Leaders meeting were united in outrage over the prisoner abuse scandal in Iraq
    Gadhafi storms out of summit
  Libyan leader criticized peace efforts and threatened to pull his country out of the 22-member Arab League

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Oct.4   Many drown as migrant ship sinks
  Their boat sank while trying to reach Italy illegally. Another 47 are missing, presumed drowned

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