July 9, 2001
The Arabian Maghreb telecommunication market is seeing fierce competition amongst five European and one Arab telecom firms, according to senior market sources in the region.
July 8, 2001
Sihem Bensedrine, an outspoken Tunisian human rights activist who was jailed last month, appeared Thursday in court to face charges of defaming the ju
Four Tunisian prison warders have each received four-year jail sentences for torturing a prisoner so severely he eventually had to have both legs ampu
July 7, 2001
Tunisian Prime Minister Muhammad Ghannouchi called on Friday for further expansion of cooperation with Iran.
July 5, 2001
Tunisian President Zein El Abideen bin Ali received on Thursday a letter from his Libyan counterpart, Moammer Kadhafi, on bilateral relations.
Tunisian singer Latifa has finished recording three songs for her new album, which is due out at the end of the year.
July 4, 2001
Nigeria and Tunisia have signed a bilateral air services agreement aimed at establishing direct links between the two countries, officials said Friday, June 29. The agreement was signed by officials i
July 3, 2001
Kuwait and Tunisia vowed Tuesday to further strengthen their bilateral ties in the fields of politics and economy.
July 1, 2001
Tunisian President Zein El Abidein bin Ali on Saturday received a message from Moroccan King Mohammad dealing with bilateral relations.
Moroccan singer Samira Said is headed for Tunisia, where she will perform in benefit concerts at the Carthage International Festival
June 30, 2001
Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and the International Federation of Human Rights joined Tunisian human rights organizations on Friday in cal
June 27, 2001
Egypt and Tunisia have agreed to join forces to combat organized crime, international terrorism and drug trafficking.
June 26, 2001
Tunisian singer Latifa has been presented with her country’s Cultural Medal for her contributions to promoting Tunisian singing and language,
June 25, 2001
The 37th Carthage Festival will host concerts by Spanish crooner Julio Iglesias, Najat Al Saghirah from Egypt and Helen Cigara from France
Jordanian Prime Minister Ali Abu Ragheb on Thursday, June 21, left for a five-day visit to Tunisia and Algeria to co-chair meetings with officials in both countries aimed at developing economic and po