Tunisia’s national airline cancelled all flights on Friday. This happens in a moment when in the country are popular movements in the streets after the assassination, Thursday, of the Mohamed Brahmi.
A 58 year politician and critic of Tunisia’s ruling Islamic party, Brahmi was shot dead outside his house, in Ariana, near Tunis.
Prior to this moment, experts anticipated that a new political assassination will send the country into an Egypt-like crisis. Again, the Secularists are in the battle with the Islamists.
- Written by Robert Woodward
- Category: Africa