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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.
5 Jul 11
Workers’ organise to bring change and political progress.
21 Jun 11
Trial caught country’s attention but only served as a brief diversion from the faltering reform process and economy.
1 Jun 11
End of overnight curfew seen as sign of new approach to policing as Tunisia makes halting progress.
24 May 11
Elements of former dictator’s regime blamed for pushing for postponement to October.
23 May 11
UN worker speaks of how locals have rushed to help Libyan refugees.
12 May 11
Artist whose song became the anthem for the uprising describes how people’s fear of expressing themselves has vanished.
18 Apr 11
With ex-members of regime yet to be tried, an economy in trouble and a pervading sense of lawlessness, many Tunisians are voting with their feet.
11 Mar 11
Political upheaval leaves its mark on popular culture, generating new music and street art.
10 Mar 11
Revolution offers unprecedented opportunities both for grassroots initiatives and for systemic reforms to policing and prisons.
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