Soldiers overlook a trench, that forms part of a barrier along the frontier with Libya, in Sabkeht Alyun, Tunisia February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi
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Germany is considering sending troops to Tunisia to help train soldiers in the fight against the ISIS group, a newspaper report said Sunday.Bild am Sonntag said that representatives of the defense and foreign ministries would hold talks in Tunis Thursday and Friday about how the German military could lend support in a training mission.It said the engagement envisaged training Tunisian soldiers first and could eventually be extended to setting up a training camp in Tunisia for Libyan soldiers, run with other international partners.
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