Tunisia-Libya border reopens after seven months

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Travelers began to cross between Tunisia and Libya again on Saturday after a seven-month border closure due to novel coronavirus restrictions was lifted.

The closure at the end of March had a severe impact on trade between the two countries and left Libyans and Tunisians stranded on either side of the frontier.

A Tunisian diplomatic source said 20,000 Tunisians were currently in Libya.
Dozens of travelers began to cross when the frontier opened at midday Saturday, an AFP correspondent at the border said.

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