Tunisia: Businessmen Arrested in 'War On Corruption'
Tunisia declared a "war on corruption" on Wednesday after the arrest of three businessmen and a customs officer suspected of graft and financing protests. Read more »
Tunisia: Thousands Protest Against Corruption Amnesty Bill
More than 2,000 Tunisians marched in the country's capital protesting a proposed amnesty bill that would see businessmen accused of corruption under ousted president Zine El… Read more »
Tunisia: Forces Kill Fighters Planning Ramadan Attack
A senior commander in an armed group blew himself up and another was shot dead during a raid by Tunisian security forces on Sunday. Read more »
December 25, 2016
Tunisia: Security Forces Warn Govt Over Returning Fighters
Tunisia's security forces have called on the government to adopt "exceptional measures" to deal with potential security threats from fighters who have returned to their home… Read more »
July 31, 2016
Tunisia: Parliament Votes to Dismiss PM Habib Essid
Tunisian Prime Minister Habib Essid has been ousted after overwhelmingly losing a vote of confidence in parliament. Read more »
July 30, 2016
Tunisia: Prime Minister Essid Faces No-Confidence Vote
Members of the Tunisian parliament have gathered to take part in a vote of confidence on the future of Prime Minister Habib Essid, nearly a year and a half after his appointment. Read more »
June 09, 2016
Tunisia: Fears Grow Over Islamic State Recruitment of Women
About 700 women and girls are among the 5,000 Tunisians who have been recruited by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and other armed groups. Read more »
May 11, 2016
Tunisia: Tunisia Unrest - Deaths in Tatouine and Near Tunis
Four security officers and two suspected fighters have been killed in Tunisia during security operations near the capital Tunis and in the south of the country, according to the… Read more »
January 03, 2016
Tunisia: Mohamed Bouazizi - Was the Arab Spring Worth Dying For?
Around noon on December 17, 2010, Ali Bouazizi's phone rang. It was his uncle Salah. Read more »
December 29, 2015
Tunisia: Is Help On the Way for Cancer Hotspot?
Fisherman Sadeg Ghauma, 64, shakes his head as he points to a dead bird in a puddle of dirty seawater. Read more »
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