Karem Yehia, Tunis's Articles

Tunisia is working to coordinate the positions of Egypt, Tunisia and Algeria on Libya to restart the country's progress towards a political settlement

Efforts continue to try to balance competing Libyan parties and draw a close to the protracted national crisis

Ahead of Sunday's Egypt-Tunisia friendly, Al-Ahram interviews Tunisia coach Henryk Kasperczak during final preparations for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations

The reports come in the wake of a 7 March massacre carried out by Islamist militants in Tunisia’s Ben Gardane

Following the recent terrorist attacks in Ben Gardane, a security sweep is uncovering weapons stores that reveal the extent of armament of Islamist militants in the vicinity

Islamist militant attacks Monday claimed around 60 victims; heavy exchange of fire witnessed Thursday night

While nothing in the villages around Chaambi Mountain in southwest Tunisia suggests an underlying extremism, marginalisation may lead locals to turn a blind eye to the influx of outside terrorists

Few Tunisians seemed to care as the country's National Dialogue Quartet was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo

Renowned historian Adel Ghoneim says no documents substantiate the egregious claims of Israel's prime minister that the former mufti of Jerusalem incited the Holocaust

Gamal El-Ghitiani, one of Egypt's most acclaimed writers, died on Sunday

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