TUNIS (Reuters) - A police officer who was stabbed on Wednesday by an suspected Islamist died of his wounds on Thursday, a national security spokesman said. A suspected Islamist militant named Zied Gharbi was arrested on Wednesday after two policemen were wounded with a knife near the parliament in Tunis. Reporting By Tarek Amara, editing by Larry King
TUNIS (Reuters) - A suspected Islamist militant was arrested on Wednesday after wounding two policemen in a knife attack near the parliament building in Tunis, Tunisia’s interior ministry said. The assailant was known to authorities for radical Islamist views, the statement said. One of the policemen was taken to hospital for treatment after being wounded in the neck, while the other was only lightly wounded, it said. Reporting by Tarek Amara; Writing by Aidan Lewis; Editing by Catherine Evans
TUNIS, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Tunisia will ask the United States for a $500 million loan guarantee as it seeks to lay off about 16,500 public sector workers in 2017 and 2018, a senior government official told Reuters. The layoffs, which the government aims to make voluntary but which are demanded by its international lenders, come from a a public sector workforce of around 700,000. Tunisia will ask this new guarantee loan as it prepares to issue bonds on financial markets next year.
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Selecting a term
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