... and in Tunisia,"... Fewer than 100 people, made up of civilians and former rebel fighters, charged into the meeting hall of the General National Congress as it voted on Prime Minister Ali Zeidan's cabinet line-up, which was drawn from liberal and Islamist parties.In chaotic televised scenes, congress members negotiated with the protesters, unhappy with some of the nominations, to leave. Voting then briefly resumed before being interrupted a second time, leading congress leader Mohammed Magarief to announce the session was postponed to Wednesday..."
"...Tuesday's violence began when a group of hardline Islamists tried to attack national guard posts in the Tunis suburb of Manouba, interior ministry spokesman Khaled Tarrouche told the AFP news agency."The response by the security forces led to the death of an attacker who was hit by a bullet," he said.Two members of the security forces were also reported to have been seriously injured. ..."