Tunisian protesters, one flashing the sign of victory, shout slogans during a demonstration against terrorism on July 18, 2014 in the capital Tunis, following an attack in the Mount Chaambi region. AFP PHOTO / FETHI BELAID
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Tunisia's prime minister has announced a crackdown on networks recruiting people to fight jihad abroad and on imams who incite violence, after 15 soldiers were killed in one of this country's deadliest attacks in recent years.Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa said in a televised address Thursday that the attacks were aimed at discrediting "open and tolerant Tunisia" and derailing its transition to democracy.The body of a soldier missing after Wednesday's attack was found Friday, the government said.
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