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Morning Security Briefing-(Friday, July 20, 2018)

What’s going on in the world from a Security Coordinator’s perspective: Security News of the Day:  Storm sinks duck boat in Missouri, killing 13 people A day after a duck boat capsized and sank during a severe storm at a southern Missouri lake, killing at least 13 people, divers are resuming a search for people […]

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Tunisia Security Briefing

Friday, December 25th Every Friday, @DavidSecurity reviews the week’s security news & developments in Tunisia to provide you with a practical security briefing. Stay Safe! Tunisia Security Briefings are released every Friday. Get the latest Security UPDATES on Tunisia? No junk emails, only actionable security INSIGHTS! Security & Stability 20 migrants dead off Tunisia after […]

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President Trump SUSPENDS all flights from Europe

Hours after the World Health Organization declared the novel coronavirus a pandemic, President Donald Trump on Wednesday night announced a 30-day travel ban on most of Europe. Flights Ban Details: •30-day travel ban targets 26 countries that are part of a visa-free travel area known as the Schengen Area. •Begins Friday, March 13, at midnight. •Does NOT include […]

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Disney To Stay CLOSED Indefinitely

@DavidSecurity here always bringing you EMPOWERING Security Information in under 5 minutes or less and today we are focused on: The Walt Disney Company’s decision to CLOSE the theme parks INDEFINITELY. Now here’s what we now: The Walt Disney Company has extended the closures of its two theme parks until “until further notice,” calling the coronavirus pandemic […]

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How Tunisia went from Pandemic Success to Regional Curfews…

Article Highlights: Tunisia chooses regional curfews instead of a country wide shutdown. Tunisia’s Prime Minister on Monday ordered a curfew starting from Tuesday in all regions of the country. Coronavirus cases are surging in Tunisia, which had managed to contain the virus earlier in the year. Tunisia Pandemic Success Wednesday, October 21, 2020 On Monday, […]

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TS Update-(Friday May 24th)

Greetings Expats, Interesting week…lots of information and new developments.  Our monthly Expat Security Professionals Network meeting went well.  It’s always good to network and share information.   General Situation Tunisia’s minister of religious affairs has once again bravely gone on the record to echo the tolerant & flexible attitude which most Tunisians have towards religion:   […]

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TS Update-(New Site Subscribe Today)

Greetings Expats, Since my return to Tunis on Friday I’ve been amazed at the amount of information coming our way here at the Tunisia Security Update blog.  On that note I would like to say thank you to all the expats and Tunisians that support us with insightful information.   Blog Update   We’ve updated the blog and […]

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TS Update-(Ramadan Security Update)

Greetings Expats, I am still in the United States traveling around and catching up with family members.  As much as I try to “unplug”, I couldn’t resist checking my emails.  After reading a few I quickly decided it’s time for an update: Civil Unrest & Concerns  Security professionals in Tunisia are monitoring several developments which have […]

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Tunisia: Joint Statement By the United States and Tunisia

Date: April 06, 2014 Source:  allAfrica.com Brief: Tunis, — In their meeting last Friday in the Oval Office at the White House, U.S. President Barack Obama and interim Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa reaffirmed the strategic partnership between the United States and Tunisia.-Read more

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TS Update-(Friday Feb 8th)

Greetings Expats, Receiving a lot of information from security contacts, friends and family. Extremely busy so I can’t write a lot but as always I would like to share some helpful information. Threats & Challenges  Political violence Protests and demonstrations Assessment  Civil unrest threat remains HIGH Expat Empowering Actions  Proceed with a high level of caution for […]

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