Tunisians carry the body of Abdelhamid Ghazouani, one of two policemen killed by militants, during his funeral in Jendouba on February 17, 2014.(AFP PHOTO/SALAH HABIBI)
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Tunisia said Wednesday that it needed more help from its European partners in its transition to democracy because if it failed no other country in the Arab region would succeed."If there is one country that can get out of the crisis it's Tunisia, so we are supporting not only with our hearts, but our minds," Fabius said.He said he would spend his summer holidays in Tunisia to set an example for French tourists who have shied away from the North African country since the 2011 revolution. French diplomats said Paris would press ahead with pledges to provide 500 million euros ($645 million) in loans and grants to support Tunisia and write off 60 million euros of Tunisian debt to be converted into investment projects.
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