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The country has behaved fecklessly since it joined the European Union, which is finally content to let it leave, says John Lloyd

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Tunisian interior minister Mohamed Najem Gharsalli, centre, flanked by British home secretary TheresaMay and German interior minister Thomas de Maiziere as they pay respect to the victims of Friday's shooting attack.
Tunisia Massacre: Tunisia launches anti-terror strategy

Tunisia has reason to fear a terror attack. The only democracy that emerged from the turmoil of the 2011 Arab Spring has seen more of its young men join the Islamic State group than any other nation, and many have returned, battle-hardened, to spread radical ideologies back home.

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