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Tunisia Tries to Save Battered Tourism Industry: Destinations Pulse for March 11, 2016

Destination & Tourism | Janeen Christoff | March 11, 2016

Tunisia Tries to Save Battered Tourism Industry: Destinations Pulse for March 11, 2016

PHOTO: Hammamet Beach, Tunisia (Photo courtesy Tunisia Tourism Board)

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Tunisia Tries to Save Battered Tourism Industry
Tourists, scared off by a spate of terror attacks, have left hotels vacant and tourist attractions empty. Tunisia is working with the governments of Britain, France and Germany, but travel warnings are still in place.

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