Tunisia

Tunisia: Socioeconomic injustice persists 8 years after uprising

Economic malaise that sparked the revolution continues on the anniversary of the 2011 Arab Spring's beginning.

Tunisia: Socioeconomic injustice persists 8 years after uprising

Middle East

Two killed as Tunisian security forces storm armed group hideout

Interior ministry says assailants killed themselves after security forces surrounded their hideout on Wednesday.

Two killed as Tunisian security forces storm armed group hideout

Tunisia

Protests in Tunisia after reporter sets himself on fire

Abderrazak Zorgui posted a video online before his self-immolation in the city of Kasserine calling for a revolution.

Tunisia

Saudi Arabia pledges Tunisia $830m of financial aid

Tunisian PM Youssef Chahed says $500m expected to finance the budget, $230m to finance foreign trade.

Saudi Arabia pledges Tunisia $830m of financial aid

Al Jazeera World

Who Killed Tunisian Drone Expert Mohammed Al-Zawari?

Two years after the Hamas engineer's assassination, Tunisia struggles to get the suspects extradited from the Balkans.

Tunisia

Tunisia ruling party in shambles amid political turmoil

Ruling party's secretary-general initiates legal proceeding against PM Youssef Chahed following cabinet reshuffle.

Tunisia's Nidaa Tounes in shambles amid political turbulence

Jamal Khashoggi

'If you've blood on your hands, don't come to Tunisia'

More protests in Tunisian capital as hundreds express anger at Saudi crown prince's visit in wake of Khashoggi's murder.

Tunisia

Tunisians 'speak their mind', say no to MBS visit

Saudi crown prince set to arrive in Tunis on Tuesday as part of a regional tour, his first in wake of Khashoggi killing.

Tunisia

Tunisia protesters call for cancellation of MBS visit

The Saudi crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, is on his first foreign tour after news broke about the murder of Jamal Khashoggi and some in Tunisia think his visit is inappropriate.

Tunisia

'Not welcome': Tunisians decry MBS' upcoming visit

'Khashoggi's blood is not yet cold,' activists say, as they announce protests during Saudi crown prince's planned visit.

Middle East

Thousands of Tunisian workers strike for better salaries

Nearly 650,000 workers stopped work, leading to biggest nationwide strike over wages in decades.

Tunisia

Thousands protest Tunisia's public sector cuts

PM Chahed, under pressure from the IMF, is battling to cut budget deficit to 4.9 percent of GDP from 6.2 percent.

Thousands protest Tunisia's public sector cuts

Opinion

How not to solve Tunisia's extremism problem

By silencing critics and expanding police powers, authorities are pushing Tunisian youths into extremism.

Haythem Guesmi

by Haythem Guesmi

Haythem Guesmi

Tunisia

Tunisia parliament approves cabinet reshuffle

Prime minister says the reshuffle will inject new blood into his government and help revive the economy.

Tunisia's parliament approves prime minister's cabinet reshuffle

Tunisia

Tunisia PM announces partial cabinet reshuffle

Struggling to resolve the country's economic problems, Youssef Chahed brings new blood amid political crisis.

Tunisia: PM announces partial cabinet reshuffle