WORLD NEWS SUPERFAST
Tunisia News – According to information received by the World News Superfast, Tunisian authorities ordered curfew in areas of southern Tunisia, two seriously, in tribal conflicts after at least one man was killed and dozens injured Who broke up over a land dispute. Curfew from 4 pm 5 to a. M starting on Monday. Was decided by the governors of Mednin and Kebili to prevent further violence.
Residents were fighting over the ownership of an area called A Sen Sekhouna
Located between the two and boasts a hot spring in the middle of the desert. According to information received by the World News Superfast, the governors of Medenin and Kebili are close to the Libyan and Algerian borders. Security forces supported by military units used tear gas to disperse those involved, many of whom were armed with sticks and bullets.
Union of security forces reported 83 injured
According to information received by the World News Superfast, ambulances were transferred from nearby areas to nearby hospitals using ambulances. TAP reported that four security officers were injured and a security vehicle was vandalized in the clashes. Prime Minister Hichme Mechichi instructed the interior and defense ministers to hold a crisis meeting in hopes of finding a solution to the dispute by legal means. Tunisian President Cass Syed traveled by helicopter to the disputed area. He urged residents to overcome violence and warn the Tunisian state against internal threats without providing information.
Mechichi said on a trip to France on Monday
He agreed with the French Prime Minister Jean Castex on the need for greater cooperation on migrant issues between the two countries. According to information received by the World News Superfast, especially through development and investment policies in Tunisian regions where people are entering illegally. According to TAP, came from Europe.
France said the yatra would come out of solidarity between the two countries on 29 October
According to information received by World News Superfast, 29 Islamic extremist knife attacks killed three people in the Nice Church. The main suspect is a Tunisian man who entered Italy illegally and then traveled to France. Mechichi, who is on his first trip abroad when he took over on Sept 2, is scheduled to travel to Italy on Tuesday.