Gunfire at a tourist resort in Tunisia has killed at least seven people at one of the country's popular beach vacation spots.
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Tunisians are voting in free local polls for the first time since the Arab Spring uprising seven years ago. The president says it's a crucial step in the country's road to democracy, but observers predict a low turnout.
The Ennahda party has claimed a win over its rival, Nidaa Tounes, in local elections. But voter turnout was just 33.7 percent, with an analyst saying despair among young Tunisians is "very serious for democracy."
Five Tunisians suspected of belonging to a terror network have been arrested. Italy has been swooping in on suspected terror networks in recent weeks amid heightened concern of an attack.
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