A Global Conversation interview with Tunisia's Béji Caïd Essebsi on the war in Libya, the fight against terrorism and investment conference Tunisia 2020.
Tunisia’s president has come to Brussels to meet EU officials, as he seeks to boost security and shore up the country’s fragile economy – six years after the Arab Spring…
International investors have turned out in force for the Tunisia 2020 conference.
Tunisia’s new prime minister Youssef Chahed says boosting the economy and fighting terrorism are his priorities, as the country’s unity government officially takes…
Tunisia’s new national unity government has won a confidence vote as the country’s prime minister warned parliament of an austerity risk.
Tunisia’s prime minister designate has named his new government, appointing an inclusive team with an eye to implementing economic reforms.
The judge decided to end Thursday's hearing after three hours of angry debate between defense lawyers and the civil prosecution team of Chokri Belaid.
Focus looks at how education can support peace in Tunisia and help with one of the country’s big concerns: youth unemployment?
Ban Ki-moon has honoured victims of terrorism in Tunisia and elsewhere just over a year after the massacre at the Bardo national museum in the
Tunisia gets its Learning World two-year report card as Maha Barada returns to see if the Arab Spring has blown a wind of change through the country's classrooms
Euronews spoke at Berlin’s ITB to Selma Elloumi Rekik, Tunisian Tourism Minster, about how the country steps up security measures to provide safety
The number of dead in clashes between Tunisian forces and extremists near the Libyan border has risen to more than 50, including dozens of attackers
Tunisia’s government said dozens of Islamist militants attacked army and police posts in the town of Ben Guerdan. It said at least fifty people were
Crossing the barricades - 3,000 police surround Tunisia's presidential palace. What do they want?
As protests over youth unemployment spread in Tunisia, the country’s President Beji Caid Essebsi has warned that unrest could be exploited by the
Protests continue in Kasserine and several other Tunisian cities including the capital as people demonstrate against unemployment and the country’s
When a young and desperate Tunisian street vendor set himself on fire in December 2010, little did the world know his death would spark the uprising
It is five years ago that Mohamed Bouazizi, a vegetable-seller in the Tunisian town of Sidi Bouzid set alight to himself. His anger had been building
Libya’s rival factions have given themselves just five more days to reach a UN-backed national unity government agreement designed to end their
Abdessattar Ben Moussa’s faith in democracy is unshakable. He reiterated this when France made the members of Tunisia’s National Dialogue Quartet
The Nobel Peace Prize has been presented to a Tunisian pro-democracy group at a ceremony in the Norwegian capital Oslo. The National Dialogue Quartet
The group calling itself Islamic State, or ISIL, has claimed responsibility for a deadly explosion on board a bus carrying presidential guards in
Immediately after the deadly bombing of his presidential guard in the heart of the capital on Tuesday (Nov. 24th), Tunisian President Beji Caid
At least 12 people have died in what is thought to have been a suicide bomb attack on a bus full of Tunisian presidential guards. The capital Tunis
The authorities in Tunisia say they have foiled a major assault planned on hotels and the security forces in the resort of Sousse, the site of an
An Italian court refused on Wednesday (October 28) to extradite a Moroccan man suspected of having supplied weapons for the attack on Tunisia’s Bardo
There is deep pride over winning the Nobel Peace Prize in the birthplace of the Arab Spring. In a year when Tunisia has made headlines for massacres
The 2015 Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to The Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet. The president of the Nobel prize Committee announced the group