Tunisia settling

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At press time, according to the US Department of State, the situation in Tunisia appears to have stabilized in the coastal touristic zone extending from Tunis in the north to Sousse in the south, including the island of Djerba. It continues to advise deferring nonessential travel to the central, western and southern regions of Tunisia.

While unrest has diminished and public order has returned in many areas, work stoppages and demonstrations continue to occur.

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At press time, according to the US Department of State, the situation in Tunisia appears to have stabilized in the coastal touristic zone extending from Tunis in the north to Sousse in the south, including the island of Djerba. It continues to advise deferring nonessential travel to the central, western and southern regions of Tunisia.

While unrest has diminished and public order has returned in many areas, work stoppages and demonstrations continue to occur.