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
June 24, 2001
Kuwait’s State Minister for Foreign Affairs Sheikh Mohammad Al Sabah embarks next week on a three-nation tour aimed at bolstering cooperation in vario
June 18, 2001
Jordan and Tunisia will sign on Thursday six cooperation agreements and executive programs during the two-day meetings of the Jordanian-Tunisian Highe
June 14, 2001
Tunisian President Zein El Abideen bin Ali met with Libyan leader Moammer Kadhafi in Tripoli on Wednesday for talks on bolstering cooperation and curr
Algeria and Tunisia have launched an effort to bolster defense cooperation.
The Jordanian-Tunisian Higher Committee is scheduled to convene in Tunisia next week to discuss means to bolster bilateral economic cooperation.
June 13, 2001
Tunisia has complained about the UN Security Council's recently-adopted practice of listening to music at the start of each session on Iraqi sanctions