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Nearly 40 tourists were killed in the attack, with a further 39 injured, after Seifeddine Rezgui opened fire on a beach outside Sousse.
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The international community must speak up after the recent presidential power-grab in Tunisia, argues Adnen Hasnaoui, president of the Maghreb Institute for Sustainable Development.
Hundreds rally in Tunis to protest President Saied's 'power grab'
Hundreds of protesters have rallied in Tunisia’s capital on Sunday, calling for the country's constitution to be respected and demanding the impeachment of President Kaïs Saied after the leader gave himself the power to rule by decree last Wednesday.
Will Tunisia's political crisis affect migration numbers to Europe?
Some believe there is no future in Europe. For others, Kais Saied’s recent power grab will persuade people to stay.
'Our lives are not worth saving': Anger in Tunisia amid COVID-19 wave
Teams at El Jellaz, Tunisia's largest cemetery, are working around the clock digging graves for the dead.
Tunisia grapples with its biggest political crisis in a decade
Two weeks after President Kais Saied ousted the government and froze the activities of parliament, Tunisia is still facing its biggest crisis in a decade of democracy.
Vaccination against Covid-19 accelerates in Tunisia
Nearly 1,200 people received their Covid-19 vaccine jab in one day says an El Menzah vaccination centre official in Tunis.
Tunisia on edge as president suspends parliament, fires PM
Clashes erupted in Tunisia after President Kais Saied suspended the legislature and fired the prime minister. Some celebrated the decision while others accused Saied of a power grab.
Russia displays its maritime might as the country celebrates Navy Day
Fifty-four war ships sailed the Neva River through St. Petersburg marking Russia's Navy Day celebrations. Russian president, Vladimir Putin, was in attendance and gave a glowing reviewing of his country's military capabilities.
Tunisia: Another 21 African migrants found dead in Mediterranean
The bodies of nearly 50 migrants have been recovered from the waters off Tunisia after a series of shipwrecks in recent days, while dozens have been rescued.
At least 43 migrants drowned after boat capsises off Tunisia
84 people were rescued by the Tunisian coast guard.
Clashes in Tunis as police try to break up protest
Violent clashes broke out Saturday between Tunisian security forces and hundreds of young protesters who took to the streets of central Tunis.
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Europe must tackle the real causes of migration: Tunisian president
"Who exploits them and who benefits from it? It's here in Europe."
At least 50 migrants drown off Tunisian coast, authorities say
More than 50 migrants are missing after a boat sank off the coast of Tunisia, while 33 others were rescued by workers from an oil platform.
Tunisian doctor dazzles virus ward with violin
A doctor in the Tunisian city of Sfax has taken to the violin in an attempt to boost the spirits of patients battling the coronavirus.
Tunisian police continue to clash with protesters
Sunday was the third consecutive day of unrest a decade on from the revolution that ousted President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali
Protests continue in Tunisia against the police and economic crisis
The demonstrations in Siliana and other cities began after a video posted on social media showed a police officer shouting and pushing a shepherd whose sheep entered the local government headquarters.
Twenty bodies found as migrant boat sinks off Tunisian coast
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the Tunisian coast remains a major departure point for migrants and asylum-seekers searching for a better life in Europe.
Tunisian activists protest surveillance a decade on from Arab Spring
It's been ten years since a street vendor set himself on fire to protest against rising living costs and corruption in Tunisia, sparking the Arab Spring.
How are Tunisia’s plastics businesses faring during the COVID-19 crisis?
Back in April, the International Monetary Fund approved a $745 million emergency loan to help Tunisia navigate the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The IMF also forecast the economy would contract by 4.3% this year.
Tunisia's startups target saving water & bees to counter global warming's effects
Global warming is having a sizeable impact on agriculture in some North African countries.
How is Tunisia developing MedTech to fight COVID19 with limited resources?
Some hospitals in Tunisia are developing a variety of new technologies to combat the novel coronavirus, despite facing a number of setbacks in funding and resources.
Why is hip-hop bringing change in Tunisia’s Kasserine Mountains?
Bordering Algeria, poverty and unemployment in Tunisia’s Kasserine Mountains has gone some way towards nurturing young recruits for extremism. Hip hop dancing, however, has emerged as a new way to potentially combat militant recruitment.
Tunisian MPs reject asking France to apologise for 'colonial crimes'
The motion did not pass amid fears it would jeopardise relations with France, Tunisia's most important commercial partner.
Tunisian Olympic medalist Ines Boubakri shares home training tips
Tunisian Olympic medalist Ines Boubakri expressed support for the postponement of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, saying it is in the best interest of all those taking part.