’Restaurant of Love’ helps feed Tunis homeless

TUNIS: On a nook by the doorway to Tunis zoo, Leila waits for a scorching meal from the Tunisian capital’s “Restaurant of Love” in a cardboard shelter the place she and her canine sleep.
The 50-year-old says she has been residing on the streets for greater than 27 years.
“I don’t need to go to the shelter facilities,” and feels safer in her makeshift abode, regardless of the hazards of theft and violence on the road, she says as she fixes a plastic cowl over her mattress for the chilly winter night time.