10.5 C
London
Thursday, February 2, 2023
- Advertisement -

TAG

Tunisia

Elections shine spotlight on Tunisia’s troubled democracy

Tunisia’s president and the country’s shaky, decade-long experiment with democracy are facing an important test as voters cast ballots in the second round of...

Mitchell Duke’s superb header gives Australia World Cup win over Tunisia

Australia ignited their World Cup as a stunning header from Mitchell Duke secured a 1-0 win over Tunisia. The Socceroos had been thumped 4-1 by...

Tunisia’s new government includes record number of women

Tunisia got a new government after more than two months without one, with the prime minister naming her Cabinet, including a record number of...

Protests continue in Tunisia despite political leaders’ pleas for calm

Tunisian youth clashed with police, maintaining their protests and riots over economic difficulties despite efforts by the president and the prime minister to calm...

Tunisia seeks new leader to boost economy and fight terror

Tunisians are casting ballots in the North African country’s second democratic presidential election. They are choosing among 26 candidates for a leader who can safeguard...

Emmanuel Macron among dignitaries at Tunisian president’s funeral

Tunisians and visiting dignitaries are bidding adieu to the country’s first democratically-elected president, Beji Caid Essebsi, who died in office at 92. Arab leaders and...

Tunisia extends state of emergency amid fears of extremist threat

Tunisian authorities have extended a state of emergency in place since 2015, citing a persistent threat of extremist violence from neighbouring Libya and elsewhere. The...

Tunisia extends state of emergency for another month

Tunisia's president has extended for a month the state of emergency that has been in place since an Islamic State-linked suicide bombing in the...

Tunisia unveils anti-jihadi fence on border with Libya

Tunisia’s defence minister has visited an anti-jihadi fence that is being built on the country’s border with Libya to stop Islamist militants from entering...

We will not rest until the law of God governs in Tunis, says ‘IS’ statement

The so-called 'Islamic State' group has claimed responsibility for a bus attack in Tunisia which killed at least 13 people. In a statement posted online...

Latest news

- Advertisement -