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Another video was displayed to pay tribute to the late Tunisian director Chawki Mejri and to some other Arab and African filmmakers who recently left us.
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Suspected suicide bomber targeted presidential guards in major street
By Fadi Elhusseini In the past four years, Arabs have been living an endless Sisyphean ordeal, an unexpected nightmare after rising for what they called “the Arab Spring”. A very similar scenario was cloned in most of the Arab Spring countries. Alas, a hopeful revolution turned into belligerence, then into strife followed by a war, …
Serviceman opens fire on comrades, killing or lethally wounding six before being shot dead
Tens of thousands, including world leaders, march in Tunis to denounce extremist violence
Group crossed Dabdab border gate with Libya, opened under exceptional circumstances
Foreign Ministry operation room says Libyan authorities closed Ras Ajdir border crossing
Essebsi won Sunday’s run-off poll in Tunisia’s first democratic presidential elections
Candidates traded accusations, personal attacks in heated run-up to poll
Political parties cite high turnout, election monitors claim irregularities
Military might alone won’t defeat Islamic State and its ilk. The US needs to promote economic empowerment
AFP – Security forces killed three suspected jihadists in an anti-terrorist operation Monday in a region of northwest Tunisia where Islamist militants shot dead four people last month, the interior ministry said. The police surrounded a house in the Jendouba region straddling the Algerian border and killed “three terrorists,” ministry spokesman Mohamed Ali Aroui said, …
The whole plane was completely burnt out.
The prime minister named a caretaker cabinet tasked with organising fresh polls
Ambassador recalled following Tunisian president’s UNGA address amid condemnation of it in Egypt
Several cases relating to the freedom of expression have sparked outrage in the North African country since Ennahda’s rise to power
Amina Sboui, better known by her pseudonym Tyler, will be charged under the “criminal conspiracy” section of the penal code
The women, two French and the other German, shouted: “Free Amina,” in reference to the young Tunisian woman imprisoned for protesting against hardline Islamists and awaiting trial for illegally possessing pepper spray.
Clashes also took place in Kairouan
Tunisians protested on Friday against “terrorism” after the government said two wanted jihadist groups had ties with Al-Qaeda.
The facebook page of Tunisia’s interior ministry are published the photos of five Islamists wanted for the assassination of Chokri Belaid
Hamdeen Sabahy meets with high-level government officials in Tunis
Dies from severe burns
Larayedh has until 8 March to present a new government to the head of state, Marzouki’s spokesman said, adding that the president urged him to do so “as quickly as possible because the country cannot wait any longer.”
The first jihadist patrols were seen in Sidi Bouzid, cradle of the revolution, a day after the funeral of Belaid last Friday
The ministers of President Moncef Marzouki’s party in the ruling Ennahda-led coalition are on the verge of stepping down
Tunisian capital at a near standstill during burial of Chokri Belaid
The opposition Nidaa Tounes (Call for Tunisia) party will lodge allegations of “crime against humanity” against several members and allies of the ruling Ennahda party