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An increasingly forlorn search for victims of the earthquake that brought destruction to central Italy entered a third day Friday as a day of mourning was declared for victims of a disaster that has claimed at least 267 lives. Releasing the new confirmed death toll, Immacolata Postiglione, head of the Civil Protection agency's emergency unit, indicated there had been no survivors found overnight in any of the remote mountain villages devastated by Wednesday's powerful pre-dawn quake. "There is noone under the rubble here but in Amatrice there is still hope that survivors could be found today," survivor Fabrizio Micozzi told AFP in the hamlet of San Lorenzo Flaviano.
TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisia's Prime Minister designate Youssef Chahed said on Friday the country would need to adopt an austerity programme including public sector job cuts and new taxes if current economic difficulties continued. His warning to parliament came as lawmakers were about to vote on whether to accept his new cabinet. Tunisia is struggling with lower tourism revenues after two major attacks on foreign tourists last year hit what is one of the country's key industries. (Reporting by Tarek Amara; writing by Patrick Markey; editing by John Stonestreet)