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    • Final Primary Results: Essebsi 39.46%. Marzouki 33.43.Hamami 7.82%.Hamdi 5.75%.Riahi 5.55%.Morjan 1.27%.Chebbi 1.04%
    • Voter turnout in Medenine 62%. Sfax1 67.7%. Gabes 61.7%. Kibili 62.9%.
    • Voter turnout in Sfax2 70.9%. Nabeul2 68.5%. Tatatouine 73.2%. Manouba 66.2%
    • Voter turnout in kairouan 54%. Bizerte 62.8%. Siliana 59.8%. Touzeur 59.3%.
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  • Updated: One Injured in Shooting Outside School in Nasr
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  • US Reiterates Commitment to Recovering Tunisian Assets
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  • Germany Cancels Tunisia’s 60 Million Euro Debt
  • Mozilla Tunisia University Tour Kicks Off January 20th
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  • US Issues Arrest Warrant for Tunisian-American Accused of Abducting His Children
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