Africa

Tunisia forces kill fighters planning Ramadan attack

Two men in an ISIL and al-Qaeda-linked group killed during a security sweep in Sidi Bouzid.

Tunisia forces kill fighters planning Ramadan attack

Politics

Tunisia PM booed off stage by protesters demanding jobs

Country has seen a wave of protests on the six-year anniversary of revolution that ousted Ben Ali.

Tunisian PM Chahed booed off stage in Tataouine

Tunisia

'11 million Tunisians no longer silent'

Rights activist and blogger on censorship and the state of media six years after the revolution that shook the world.

Q&A: Amira Yahyaoui on press freedom and fake news

Refugees

'My son wanted to see Europe': On Tunisia's death boats

Hundreds of Tunisian men have disappeared while attempting to cross the Mediterranean Sea towards Italy.

Tunisians seek justice over 'boats of death'

Tunisia

Tunisia's proposed drug law spurs debate

Amid rising prison numbers, legislators are considering a contentious new law to abolish sentences for some offenders.

Tunisia's proposed drug law spurs debate

Opinion

'Control' is the new core of Germany's refugee policy

The purpose of the German chancellor's trip to Egypt and Tunisia is to help to reduce irregular migration into the EU.

Thorsten Benner

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Thorsten Benner

Tunisia

Break-dancing for social justice in Tunisia

The Mafia Wallitili Festival offered a platform to showcase the frustrations of the country's disillusioned youth.

Break-dancing for social justice in Tunisia

Human Rights

Tunisia security forces accused of harassment, torture

Tunisia denies policy of torture by state forces after group says rise in 'brutal tactics' threatens democratic reforms.

Amnesty accuses Tunisia security forces of abuses

Sport

Malek Jaziri: Serving up Tunisia's tennis uprising

With a top-50 berth and notable wins, Africa's ace men's player has hit his stride at a late stage in his career.

Malek Jaziri: Serving up Tunisia's tennis uprising

Tunisia

Protests mark Tunisian revolution's sixth anniversary

Presidential convoy stoned by demonstrators, while protests grip cities and towns across Tunisia.

Protests mark Tunisian revolution's sixth anniversary

Refugees

The cemetery of unknown refugees from the Mediterranean

Hundreds of people have been buried outside Zarzis, Tunisia, after drowning while attempting to cross the sea.

The cemetery of unknown refugees from the Mediterranean

Middle East

Security forces warn Tunisia over returning fighters

Government should take "exceptional measures" to avoid "Somalisation" of country, security forces say.

Security forces warn Tunisia over returning fighters

Europe

Tunisia arrests Berlin attack suspect's nephew

Three held after confession by nephew that Anis Amri urged him to join ISIL and sent him money, Tunisian officials say.

Middle East

Life in Tunisia's closed refugee camp: 'I lost my mind'

Years after UNHCR shut down Choucha refugee camp, dozens of people continue to struggle for survival in decrepit tents.

Life in Tunisia's closed refugee camp: 'I lost my mind'

Tunisia

Hamas blames Israel for assassination of drone chief

Palestinian group says Zawari was part of its military wing for 10 years and vowed revenge against "the Zionist enemy".

Hamas blames Israel for assassination of drone chief