Tunisian soldiers patrolling in the Mount Chaambi region where the Tunisian army has been tracking militants, June 11, 2013. (AFP Photo/Abderrazek Khlifi)
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TUNIS:Tunisia said Tuesday it had dismantled a recruiting cell sending jihadis to fight in Libya and arrested dozens in part of tighter security and border controls to counter Islamist militants.Tunisians make up one of the largest contingents of foreign fighters in Syria and Iraq, but more recently militants have been sending jihadis to take part in the conflict in Tunisia's North African neighbor Libya.Prime Minister Habib Essid said late Monday that Tunisia has strengthened its military presence on the Libyan border to control the situation and stop the infiltration of jihadis from infiltrating to Tunisia and Libya
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