Arab League calls on Tunisia's politicians to keep the calm

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January 15, 2011 15:57

 
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The Arab League on Saturday called for Tunisia's political forces and other groups to keep the peace as unrest plagued the country, Reuters reported.

They also called on the political forces to lead the North African country out of crisis after the president was swept from power amid widespread protests.

The statement by the Cairo-based League was one of the first major Arab statements on developments in Tunisia.

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