IFRC

Tunisia

2 July 2015

Tunisian Red Crescent Society dispatches teams to aid wounded, retrieve bodies as deadly attack shakes Sousse

On Friday June 26, a peaceful beach in Tunisia’s city of Sousse became the scene of a horrific armed attack which left scores dead and injured, and shook the stability of this Mediterranean country.
Tunisian Red Crescent increases border support for refugees amid Libya unrest
22 September 2014

Tunisian Red Crescent increases border support for refugees amid Libya unrest

The renewed violence in Libya has significantly spilled over into Tunisia, where thousands of Libyans headed to escape the ongoing armed clashes. The Tunisian Red Crescent Society (TRCS) has since August mobilised its volunteers to respond to the urgent
Libyan and Tunisian societies working together in response to increased violence in Tripoli and Benghazi
5 August 2014

Libyan and Tunisian societies working together in response to increased violence in Tripoli and Benghazi

The ongoing fighting in regions of Libya is having grave humanitarian consequences within the country and putting pressure on its borders with Tunisia and Egypt. Hostilities have forced large numbers of people, including migrant workers to leave the

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