Tunisian women shouting slogans in a demonstration outside Parliament against allowing Tunisians militants to return to the country.
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Fears are mounting in Tunisia that the return of militants from foreign battlefields could destabilize a country already reeling from a wave of deadly attacks since its 2011 revolution.Days later Tunisia said it had arrested Amri's nephew and two others it said were linked to the Berlin attack suspect but not to the assault itself.Tunisia has witnessed an emergence of extremism since the 2011 revolution that toppled longtime dictator Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali, as well as a wave of militant attacks on foreign tourists and security forces.He was referring to ground Daesh fighters lost in Syria and Iraq under an onslaught by the U.S.-led coalition and the fall of their Libyan bastion Sirte which pro-government forces retook in early December.These setbacks have sparked concern that tens of thousands of militants could head back to their home countries, including to Tunisia.
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