Tunisia coping

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Unrest in Tunisia has diminished and public order has returned in many areas. Although the interim government has pledged to hold elections in July 2011, some protesters have continued demonstrating, urging faster reforms. The Tunisian government has lifted the curfew, but the state of emergency remains.

Tunisia is also struggling to help the untold thousands of Libyans who are fleeing across the borders.

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Unrest in Tunisia has diminished and public order has returned in many areas. Although the interim government has pledged to hold elections in July 2011, some protesters have continued demonstrating, urging faster reforms. The Tunisian government has lifted the curfew, but the state of emergency remains.

Tunisia is also struggling to help the untold thousands of Libyans who are fleeing across the borders.