Opinion

Why are Tunisians protesting?

Seven years after the Tunisian Revolution toppled a dictatorship, Tunisians are still angry. Why?

Youssef Cherif

by Youssef Cherif

Youssef Cherif

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

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

Middle East

Tunisian president nominates new prime minister

Youssef Chahed, the prime minister-designate, warns Tunisians to brace themselves for "exceptional sacrifices".

Tunisian president names Youssef Chahed as new PM

AJ IMPACT

Does new economic bill threaten Tunisia's revolution?

Proposed legislation could grant amnesty to many who benefitted from the previous regime, critics say.

Does new economic bill threaten Tunisia's revolution?

War & Conflict

US recognises Tunisia as non-NATO ally

US elevates Tunisia to new allied status on its democratic progress, promising financial and security assistance.

US recognises Tunisia as non-NATO ally

Middle East

World leaders march with Tunisians against violence

Denouncing deadly attack on Bardo museum, foreign dignitaries and thousands of Tunisians attend solidarity march.

World leaders march with Tunisians against violence

People & Power

Phosphate fantasies

The damaging health effects of Tunisia's phosphate mines on workers who hoped the Arab Spring would bring change.