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Customs service lacks the manpower, vehicles and helicopters it would need to stem the flow of consumer goods, arms and drugs.
Attempting to cross to Lampedusa on flimsy vessels carries huge risks.
Pictures show daily life in all its colours.
Security sources say recent arrests mark progress in campaign to root out armed Islamists from their mountain retreats.
Recriminations fly as governing Ennahda party condemns assassination while opponents suggest it had a hand in it.
4 Feb 13
Some say too little has changed since reforms were launched after 2011 revolution.
25 Jan 13
IWPR involved in organising meeting on how policing can change for the better.
6 Dec 12
Lebanese film on truth, justice and the past reverberates with issues now facing Tunisians.
15 Sep 12
Footage of police and demonstrators clashing at US embassy.
15 Sep 12
Images of September 14 violent protest at US embassy.
14 Sep 12
Police disperse crowd after embassy invasion and violent clashes..
12 Sep 12
As the debate over Islam and democracy continues to dominate the political scene in Tunisia, many are worried that Islamist rhetoric will compromise the progress of women’s rights.
31 Jan 12
Revolution has proved more successful than in other countries, but it is far from over.
16 Dec 11
Activists want to hold new leaders to original aims of revolution, even as public tires of protest.
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