TUNIS, Oct 13- Tunisia is under pressure to speed up economic reforms, especially after two deadly attacks this year on its tourism industry, but the government is struggling with internal splits and resistance from trade unions and political opponents. Against those demands, the government must manage the frustrations of ordinary Tunisians, mindful that it...» Read More
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Malware on computers in hotel business centers can record every keystroke a guest makes.
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