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Tunisian mountain jihadists kill desert shepherds

By: Georja Calvin-Smith Follow | Laura DI BIASIO
1 min

Communities in the Tunisian border region of Kasserine are living in fear of extremists hiding out in the mountains. Jihadists sometimes brutally target locals whom they accuse of working with authorities against them.


Also, Kenya is the fourth-largest tea exporter in the world and number one in Africa. Its position is being further secured as a side effect of ongoing tensions between India and Pakistan.

And we look at the search for white gold. Truffle hunters brave the heat of the Libyan desert in search of the prized pale fungus. Known locally as terfas, they are some of the only things that grow beneath the treacherous sands.

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