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The votes are being counted in Tunisia’s historic presidential election.
This is the first ever ballot to directly elect the country’s leader and
Polling stations have now closed in Tunisia’s historic presidential election.
This is the first ever ballot to directly elect the country’s leader
Tunisians are heading to the polls to vote for their first directly elected president since the 2011 revolution ended the rule of Ben Ali.
Tunisians are heading to the polls on Sunday to vote for a new president, a month after parliamentary elections were held.
The country which
Tunisia is heading to the polls to vote on Sunday for a new president, just one month after electing its parliament.
The country which kick started
Tunisian Prime Minister (head of government) Mehdi Jomaa has been in Germany and Brussels on a mission to underscore his country’s need for
A soldier was killed and another injured in a landmine explosion on Mount Chaambi near the Tunisian-Algerian border on Friday, reported the state
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
When Tunisian students took to the streets three years ago, they hoped that political change could also improve education.
So are problems like
Arab Spring countries
People registering at the local Red Crescent office in Medenine on the southern coast of Tunisia have come from Ethiopia, Eritrea, Sudan, Somalia
Berhanu Wakuma is an Ethiopian migrant, who traveled illegally on a boat from Libya to Lampedusa, along with some 100 migrants from Ethiopia
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
It has been some 60 years since Tunisia granted women some of the most far-reaching rights in the Arab world, becoming a pioneer in the
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
In an international context which is gradually recovering from the financial and economic crisis, a new, post-revolution Tunisia is seeking to
Uprisings have swept through several countries in the Arab world. From Tunisia to Libya, Egypt and others, the so-called Arab Spring has brought a
Two months after taking power, Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki faces multiple challenges. His top priorities are to restore security and to solve
After the Jasmine revolution in Tunisia just what has been accomplished in the political, economic and social spheres by the Ennaahda party. The
With ISPI – the Institute for International Political Studies
With EYP – the European Youth Parliament
Kristina, from Ukraine, asks:
Since the beginning of the conflict in Libya, more than 60,000 Libyans have fled to Tunisia. Normally, the island of Djerba, some 300 kms from the
The upheaval sweeping the Arab world has generated new hope for the future, but investment will be crucial if demonstrators’ expectations are to be
Many Tunisians would like to see the former occupants of the presidential palace return to stand trial on corruption charges. The Ben Ali family
In the light of the recent revolts in Tunisia and Egypt, the internet has been championed as one of the driving forces behind social change. euronews