Tunisia lifts the state of emergency, introduced after the assassination of Sousse (Chair)

The Tunisian presidency announced Friday night to lift the state of emergency, which was reintroduced in early July a few days after the bloody attack of Sousse (38 dead), claimed by the Islamic State Group (EI).
“The state of emergency announced on July 4 and July 31 extended, ends today October 2nd,” said President of the Republic in a brief statement. “It had been extended for two months and this period ends” tonight at midnight, told AFP the spokesman of the presidency, Moez Sinaoui without further comment.

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