Crossing the barricades - 3,000 police surround Tunisia's presidential palace. What do they want?
Protests continue in Kasserine and several other Tunisian cities including the capital as people demonstrate against unemployment and the country’s
Students, the unemployed, lawyers, internet dissidents…they were all actors in the Tunisian Revolution. More than four years after the fall of Ben
A plane carrying the bodies of two Spanish victims of the Tunis museum attack has arrived in Barcelona. Survivors have also travelled home after
Thousands of Tunisians have turned out to mark Independence day showing their defiance against the militants who attacked the Bardo museum earlier this week.
In the wake of the deadly museum siege in the Tunisian capital, many residents turned out in support of the police and against the attackers.
An anti-terrorism protest has drawn large crowds in Tunis, it comes after an attack by Islamist insurgents which killed four soldiers.
A strike has shut up shops and offices in large parts of southern Tunisia, bordering Libya. It follows clashes between police and protesters on
A general strike has been declared in Tunisia’s flashpoint Tataouine region on Tuesday after clashes between protesters and security forces left at
Political tension has once again gripped Tunisia with hundreds of protesters taking to the streets of Tunis on Wednesday (April 16) to condemn what
A dozen Tunisian MPs have frozen their membership at the National Constituent Assembly (NCA) to condemn the reduced sentences received by top
Arab Spring countries
Tunisian opposition politician Mohamed Brahmi, who belonged to the nationalist and secular Popular Party, was shot dead outside his house in the
Ali Larayedh, the head of the Tunisian government, was in Brussels on June 25, to see the European Commission and Council presidents, as well as the
Two years after the “Arab Spring”, which saw the fall of the old regime and brought democracy to Tunisia, life remains difficult for a large part of
Tunisia and Egypt are emblematic of the Arab Spring. Both similarities and contrasts have marked their paths. Now they seem to be heading into a new
With EYP – the European Youth Parliament
Dan, from the UK, asks:
Do you think that the conflicts associated with the Arab spring will eventually