Terrorism

More than 7,000 Tunisians said to have joined Islamic State

“A growing number of Tunisians who’ve joined the ranks of the Islamic State, including 4,000 believed fighting in Libya and another 3,000 fighting with the group in Syria and Iraq, pose a threat to their home country and as many as 15 nations in sub-Saharan and North Africa, according to security experts and United Nations officials.”

Source: GENEVA: More than 7,000 Tunisians said to have joined Islamic State | Middle East | McClatchy DC

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