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TUNIS – Hackers briefly disrupted the online voter registration process for Tunisia’s parliamentary and presidential polls later this year, the electoral commission said on Thursday.

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Oung Jmel in Nefta, Tunisia, is better known by many as an outcrop of Tatooine called Mos Espa. The above image was taken on location in preparation for a parade organized by the local tourist board as part of …

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The internet was designed to be resilient and decentralized. Its multiple, redundant pathways between any two network nodes and its ability to accommodate new nodes on the fly should enable it to keep carrying data in the face of blocked nodes, censorship from repressive regimes or natural disasters. However, its implementation has far diverged from […]

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