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Egypt - Foreign Affairs
2/14/2023 1:00:07 PM
President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi said Tuesday that Egypt supports all development and reform efforts in Tunisia under the lead of President Kais Saied.

Sports - Africa
2/12/2023 9:16:09 PM
Ellyes Skhiri scored twice for Cologne to beat Eintracht Frankfurt 3-0 and dent the visitors' Champions League qualification hopes.

World - Region
2/1/2023 4:25:47 PM
A powerful Tunisian trade union Wednesday condemned the arrest of one of its top officials, saying it was linked to President Kais Saied warning workers against striking for "political ends".

World - Region
1/31/2023 10:11:41 PM
Tunisian President Kais Saied swore in new education and agriculture ministers on Tuesday, politically sensitive posts in the crisis-hit country that saw record low turnout at weekend elections.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
1/31/2023 10:09:44 PM
The results of Tunisia’s legislative elections this week indicate that President Kais Saied and the parties loyal to him remain at the forefront of the political stage, reports Karam Said

World - Region
1/30/2023 9:04:59 PM
Just 11.4 percent of Tunisian voters took part in a second round of elections for the toothless legislature, the electoral board said Monday in a final figure.

World - Region
1/29/2023 11:05:42 PM
Just 11.3 percent of Tunisians voted Sunday in a second-round poll for a toothless parliament, according to initial figures announced by the electoral board, as the politically divided nation grapples with economic woes.

World - Region
1/29/2023 12:35:08 PM
Polling began in the second round of elections for Tunisia's parliament on Sunday, but as the divided nation grapples with economic woes, all eyes will be on turnout.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
1/21/2023 2:45:00 PM
Opposition parties in Tunisia took to the streets of the capital last week in protest against government-led reforms, writes Karam Said

World - Region
1/21/2023 2:23:58 PM
Plainclothes security officers in Tunisia detained a prominent critic of President Kais Saied in the early hours of Saturday after a military court ruling, his lawyer told AFP.

Sports - Omni sports
1/19/2023 5:01:54 PM
Ons Jabeur suffered a shock second-round exit at the Australian Open on Thursday, becoming the latest seed to fall at Melbourne Park.

World - Region
1/18/2023 8:13:19 PM
Italy is prepared to allow more Tunisians to reach its shores legally in exchange for greater efforts to cut irregular migration from its North African neighbour, Rome's foreign minister said Wednesday.

World - Region
1/14/2023 3:26:23 PM
Hundreds of Tunisians marched Saturday after opponents of President Kais Saied called for protests over a worsening economic crisis.

Arts & Culture - Stage & Street
1/12/2023 3:24:52 PM
The European Centre for Middle East Studies, headquartered in Germany, is organising its third international scientific conference in Tunisia on 25-26 February.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
1/10/2023 10:18:43 PM
Tunisia is facing continuing political and economic instability with the country’s opposition parties calling for demonstrations and unions calling for a series of strikes, reports Karam Said

World - Region
1/5/2023 4:38:36 PM
Dozens of Tunisian lawyers protested on Thursday against newly imposed taxes on legal services, part of a 2023 budget that seeks to boost revenues to the cash-strapped treasury.

World - Region
1/3/2023 9:12:12 PM
The Tunisian government on Tuesday presented a three-year development plan that relies heavily on private sector investment, particularly in industry, and boosting phosphate production.

World - Region
1/2/2023 5:28:36 PM
Tram and bus workers in the Tunisian capital staged a strike over delays in salaries and the lack of an end-of-year bonus Monday, creating traffic jams across Tunis.

Sports - Egyptian Football
1/1/2023 5:59:07 PM
Cairo giants Ahly have completed the move of Etoile du Sahel's youngstar Mohamed Dhaoui, Tunisian media reported on Sunday.

World - Region
12/27/2022 3:29:49 PM
Tunisia's finance minister unveiled a budget Monday aiming to use new tax revenues to claw the deficit back to near five percent of GDP, as the cash-strapped country awaits an international bailout.

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