Tunisia-Libya border reopens after seven-month closure over virus

Travellers 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.On the Libyan side of the border, several cars waited to cross into Tunisia while some people, wheeling luggage, walked to the other side.Border police checked the identity of the travellers and ensured they were carrying negative tests for Covid-19, AFP correspondents said.Many Tunisian…

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