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

Middle East

Tunisia's economic woes under spotlight after suicide blast

Some are questioning if the country's stagnant economy and soaring unemployment are to blame for radicalisation.

Tunisia

Tunis attack, a wake-up call for Tunisia's political leaders

Suicide attack in Tunisia's capital sends a message that political polarisation needs to end to tackle security issues.

Middle East

Nine wounded in Tunis suicide bomb attack

A female suicide bomber detonated her explosives near a shopping centre on busy Habib Bourguiba Avenue, officials say.

Nine people wounded in Tunis suicide bomb attack

Middle East

Tourists back in Tunisia after 2015 attacks

Tunisia Tourists are hitting the beaches and bazaars after the 2015 hotel attacks scared visitors away

Tunisia

Tunisia 'needs a cultural revolution' to combat racism

Tunisia becomes first Arab country to criminalise racial discrimination in move activists hail as historic.

Tunisia 'needs a cultural revolution' to combat racism

Weather

What and where is a 'medicane'

Libya, Italy, Malta, Greece and Turkey will all feel the effects of this sub-tropical cyclone over the next three days.

What and where is a 'medicane'

Middle East

Tunisia president ends alliance with Ennahdha religious party

There are fears that growing government divisions division could throw the country into economic and political turmoil.

Tunisia

Tunisia slammed by deadly flash floods

At least four killed as torrential rains lash the north African country, flooding roads and damaging property.

Tunisia: Record rainfall causes deadly floods

Middle East

Tunisia's president vows to give women equal inheritance rights

Beji Caid Essebsi says the measure was a long time coming but some are sceptical about the proposal's motivations.

Tunisia's president vows to give women equal inheritance rights