According to leaked documents obtained by 'Der Speigel' the German 'Bundeswehr' has plans to send 150-200 troops to Tunisia to train Libyan soldiers.
Tunisian President, and founder of Nidaa Tounes, Beji Caid Essebsi opened a two day party congress in Sousse, a day after seventeen deputies resigned from the party.
Islamic State in Libya claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing in Zliten while launching an offensive against Libya's oil facilities.
Tunisian ICRC worker Nourhane Houas abducted in Yemen in December 2015, is 'alive and well' according to Naoufel Laabidi, of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Mohsen Marzouk announced he intends to create a new political party comprised of his fellow Nidaa Tounes defectors and 'other political figures'.
Tunisian Prime Minister Habib Essid announced sweeping changes to his government which would replace half of the government’s ministers but would also overhaul the entire structure of the cabinet.