Tunis Air suspends flights due to Tunisian general strike
TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunis Air suspended all its flights on Friday because of a general strike called by unions in protest at the killing of opposition politician Chokri Belaid, a spokesman said.
The spokesman for the national airline said flights operated by other airlines were not affected.
(Writing by Alistair Lyon; Editing by Janet Lawrence)
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