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Angela Merkel in Tunisia
TUNIS
By Mohamed Krit
02 Mar 2017

German Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks at the Tunisian parliament in Tunis, Tunisia

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Islamist Ennahdha Party holds congress
Rades
By Mohamed Krit
20 May 2016

Ennahdha movement held its 10th congress in the olympic covered hall in Rades Tunisia on May 22, 2016. Ennahdha emerged as the largest party in the legislative elections in 2014. The islamist party Ennahdha won a majority during the elections of the National Assembly regarding the constitution in 2011 and it was the first islamist party to win the election after the revolution of Tunisia in January 14th, 2011.

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Manual Cut of Marble Stones in Tunisia
Sliman Nabeul
By Mohamed Krit
16 Dec 2015

A Tunisian worker manually cuts marble stones for construction in Sliman Nabeul, Tunisia. Stonemason works on rough rocks to cut and shape stones for construction of buildings and statues. The craft is believed to be one of the earliest known in the history of civilization.

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Daffodils for Education
Ain drahem
By Mohamed Krit
09 Jun 2015

Kids did not exceed 14 years old from a little village near the town of Ain Draham in the northwest Tunisian selling daffodils to secure school fees

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Tunisia Museum Attack: The Aftermath
Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Tourists, Locals Killed in Attack on ...
Le bardo
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

Tunis, Tunisia, 18 March 2015. Twenty people were killed, mostly tourists, and many more wounded when gunmen attacked the popular Bardo museum in Tunis. They took others hostage, some of whom were evacuated as members of the security services deployed around the museum's buildings prior to entering them. Security forces allegedly traded fire with the militants inside before killing two of the unknown number of gunmen. Others are still thought to be at large, and one officer is reported to have died.

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Ennahdha party congress 10
Rades
By Mohamed Krit
19 May 2016

Guests of honor during the opening session of Ennahdha's 10th congress that was held in Rades on May 20th, 2016.

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Ennahdha party congress 08
Rades
By Mohamed Krit
19 May 2016

Tunisian president Beji Caied Sebsi speaks as a guest of honor during the opening session of the Ennahdha's 10th congress that was held in Rades on May 20th, 2016.

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Ennahdha party congress 15
Rades
By Mohamed Krit
19 May 2016

From left to right: Tunisian president Beji Caied Essebsi salutes Rached Ghanouch, president and leader of the Ennahdha party during its 10th congress that was held in Rades on May 20th, 2016.

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Ennahdha party congress 09
Rades
By Mohamed Krit
19 May 2016

From the left to the right: Rached Ghanouch, president and leader of the Ennahdha, Abd Elfattah Moumou,vice-president of the party (behind), and Tunisian president Beji Caied Essebsi salute the crowd during the political movement's 10th congress that was held in Rades on May 20th, 2016.

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Ennahdha party congress 14
Rades
By Mohamed Krit
19 May 2016

Tunisian president Beji Caied Sebsi speaks as a guest of honor during the opening session of the Ennahdha's 10th congress that was held in Rades on May 20th, 2016.

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Ennahdha party congress 13
Rades
By Mohamed Krit
19 May 2016

Supporters during the opening session of Ennahdha's 10th congress that was held in Rades on May 20th, 2016.

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Ennahdha party congress 07
Rades
By Mohamed Krit
19 May 2016

From the left to right: Beji Caied Essebsi, president of Tunisia, and Rached Ghanouch, president and leader of the Ennahdha party, during the political movement's 10th congress that was held in Rades on May 20th, 2016.

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Ennahdha party congress 06
Rades
By Mohamed Krit
19 May 2016

Supporters during the opening session of Ennahdha's 10th congress that was held in Rades on May 20th, 2016.

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Ennahdha party congress 12
Rades
By Mohamed Krit
19 May 2016

Supporters during the opening session of Ennahdha's 10th congress that was held in Rades on May 20th, 2016.

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Ennahdha party congress 16
Rades
By Mohamed Krit
19 May 2016

Abd Elfattah Moumou,vice-president of the Ennahdha party and deputy speaker of the Tunisian parliament, delivers his speech during the party's 10th congress that was held in Rades on May 20th, 2016.

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Ennahdha party congress 05
Rades
By Mohamed Krit
19 May 2016

From the left to the right: Abd Elfattah Moumou,vice-president of the Ennahdha party, and Rached Ghanouchi, president and leader of the party, during the political movement's 10th congress that was held in Rades on May 20th, 2016.

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Ennahdha party congress 04
Rades
By Mohamed Krit
19 May 2016

Rached Ghanouchi, president and leader of Ennahdha party, welcomes supporters at 10th the congress held in Rades on May 20th, 2016.

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Ennahdha party congress 01
Rades
By Mohamed Krit
19 May 2016

Rached Ghanouchi, president and leader of Ennahdha party, while he delivers his speech at 10th the congress held in Rades on May 20th, 2016.

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Ennahdha party congress 11
Rades
By Mohamed Krit
19 May 2016

Abd Elfattah Moumou,vice-president of the Ennahdha party and deputy speaker of the Tunisian parliament, delivers his speech during the party's 10th congress that was held in Rades on May 20th, 2016.

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Ennahdha party congress 03
Rades
By Mohamed Krit
19 May 2016

Tunisian president Beji Caied Sebsi speaks as a guest of honor during the opening session of the Ennahdha's 10th congress that was held in Rades on May 20th, 2016.

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Ennahdha party congress 02
Rades
By Mohamed Krit
19 May 2016

Supporters during the opening session of Ennahdha's 10th congress that was held in Rades on May 20th, 2016.

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Tunis Attack Aftermath 10
Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Tunis Attack Aftermath 11
Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Tunis Attack Aftermath 09
Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Tunis Attack Aftermath 08
Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Tunis Attack Aftermath 10
Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Tunis Attack Aftermath 07
Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Tunis Attack Aftermath 06
Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Tunis Attack Aftermath 05
Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Tunis Attack Aftermath 04
Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Tunis Attack Aftermath 03
Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Tunis Attack Aftermath 04
Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Tunis Attack Aftermath 02
Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Tunis Attack Aftermath 03
Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Tunis Attack Aftermath 02
Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Tunis Attack Aftermath 01
Tunis
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

According to local reports 23 people, mostly foreign tourists, were killed while others remain in hospital when gunmen opened fire at the museum close to the Tunisian parliament 18 March. In response, Tunisian President has order the armed forces to deploy to cities throughout the country, vowing to crack down on militant activity.

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Bardo Museum Attack 15
Tunis, Tunisia
By Mohamed Krit
17 Mar 2015

Army and medical staff rescue and protect tourists at the National Bardo Museum, Tunis, Tunisia, 18 March 2015.

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Bardo Museum Attack 14
Tunis, Tunisia
By Mohamed Krit
17 Mar 2015

Army and medical staff rescue and protect tourists at the National Bardo Museum, Tunis, Tunisia, 18 March 2015.

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Bardo Museum Attack 13
Tunis, Tunisia
By Mohamed Krit
17 Mar 2015

Army and medical staff rescue and protect tourists at the National Bardo Museum, Tunis, Tunisia, 18 March 2015.

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Bardo Museum Attack 12
Tunis, Tunisia
By Mohamed Krit
17 Mar 2015

Army and medical staff rescue and protect tourists at the National Bardo Museum, Tunis, Tunisia, 18 March 2015.

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Bardo Museum Attack 11
Tunis, Tunisia
By Mohamed Krit
17 Mar 2015

The Tunisian Interior Minister talks to the media after security forces concluded their raid on the National Bardo Museum, Tunis, Tunisia, 18 March 2015.

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Bardo Museum Attack 09
Tunis, Tunisia
By Mohamed Krit
17 Mar 2015

A bus riddle with bullets when gunmen opened fire on tourists leaves the National Bardo at the National Bardo Museum, Tunis, Tunisia, 18 March 2015.

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Bardo Museum Attack 10
Tunis, Tunisia
By Mohamed Krit
17 Mar 2015

An ambulance and other emergency services vehicles wait at the scene of an attack targeting tourists at the National Bardo Museum, Tunis, Tunisia, 18 March 2015.

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Bardo Museum Attack 08
Tunis, Tunisia
By Mohamed Krit
17 Mar 2015

A bus riddle with bullets when gunmen opened fire on tourists leaves the National Bardo at the National Bardo Museum, Tunis, Tunisia, 18 March 2015.

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Bardo Museum Attack 06
Tunis, Tunisia
By Mohamed Krit
17 Mar 2015

Members of the Tunisian armed forces take up a position in an armoured vehicle during an operation against gunmen who opened fire on tourists at the National Bardo Museum, Tunis, Tunisia, 18 March 2015.