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- After Sousse, Tunisia struggles to contain jihadist groups
Ten days after the beach massacre in Sousse, the Tunisian government is uncovering a terror network that reaches far beyond its borders while trying to rescue the country's image among tourists.
- Tunisian President declares state of emergency
Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi on Saturday declared a 30-day state of emergency, saying another attack such as last week's terrorist massacre at a beach hotel would "cause the country to collapse."
- At least 28 people killed in attacks
- Nigeria: Church bombing kills 5
A suicide bomber blew himself up in a church Sunday in the Nigerian town of Potiskum, killing the priest and four other worshippers, witnesses and police told CNN.
- Boko Haram attacks near Borno capital
Boko Haram gunmen have been locked in a fierce battle with Nigerian troops in the country's northeast, local residents said Friday.
- Witnesses: Boko Haram attacks kill 145
At least 145 people were killed after Boko Haram militants raided three villages in the northeastern Nigerian state of Borno, witnesses said Thursday.
- Egypt terror law could target press
A new anti-terrorism law in Egypt will make publishing news that contradicts the official version of events in terrorism-related cases a crime punishable by prison sentences, a setback for the freedom of the press, according to the local journalists union.