April 11, 2001
Tunisian President Zine el-Abidine bin Ali conducted a minor reshuffle, naming Muntaser Wayli as the minister of state for higher education.
April 10, 2001
Canada’s Centurion Energy has announced that drilling of the Al-Manzah #3 well in Tunisia had been temporarily suspended, due to drilling rig equipment failure. The well had reached a depth of 980 met
April 9, 2001
In an unprecedented case in the Middle East, Tunisian Minister of Vocational Training Kareem Younes has suspended a number of directors of departments
A scientific conference held in Tunisia last week revealed the emergence of a new disease called “Mad Married Man Disease."
Syrian President Bashar Assad embarks on a north African tour Monday that will take him to Morocco and Tunisia for talks on bilateral ties as well as
Italy's Foreign Minister Lamberto Dini on Thursday, April 5, signed an accord granting 63 billion lire (about $30 million) to help small and medium-sized businesses in Tunisia. The agreement was sign
Tunisia is seeking to sign a free trade agreement with Malta to foster cooperation in the Mediterranean, Tunisia's visiting Prime Minister Mohammed Ghannouchi said. Ghannouchi late Thursday, April 5,
April 8, 2001
Italy has reported offered Tunisia a credit line of 63 billion lira in an agreement signed Thursday by the Tunisian Foreign Minister Habib Ben Yahia a
The volume of Tunisian crude oil exports in 2000 stood at 3.01 million tons worth 835 million dinars (about 695 million dollars), down from the 3.27 m
April 7, 2001
Tunisian and Swiss airlines would by May enter a code-sharing agreement in order to promote traffic between Tunisia and Switzerland.
April 5, 2001
US President George W. Bush made on Wednesday phone calls Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh, and Tunisia's Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali, whith whom he d
Eurogas Corporation has announced in a press release that preparations are underway for the drilling of a well on the Corporation's Bazma block in sou
Hundreds of applications have already been received by the Tunisian Solidarity Bank—a micro-credit institution extending government-backed loans to Tunisian citizens, wishing to buy a “family computer
April 4, 2001
Tunisia and South Africa signed a string of agreements during the third session of a bilateral commission of the two countries here, an official said Wednesday, April 4. Of these, the most important
April 3, 2001
The London-based human rights watchdog, Amnesty International, and a number of similar organizations have called on the EU to press Tunisia to respect