REDAYEF, Tunisia For years, trains ferried millions of dollars in phosphate past Nouredine Ezzidine’s Tunisian town, where young men like him idle their days in cafes over cigarettes and coffee, desperate for work. After seven years with no job, the mechanics graduate had had enough….

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