May 27, 2001
Tunisian Cinema Days began last Friday evening at Al Sham Cinema Hall in Damascus with the film Samt Al Kusur (Silences of the Palace) directed by Moufida Tlatli.
May 26, 2001
Tunisian Foreign Minister Al Habib Ben Yahya arrives Saturday in Moscow for talks on bilateral and regional issues.
May 24, 2001
Tunisia's GDP growth forecast for the year 2001 has been revised downward from 6.2 percent to 5.2 percent because of the drought afflicting the cereal
May 23, 2001
Due to deteriorating security conditions along the Ivory Coast, the African Development Bank has decided to transfer it’s headquarters from the region, reports London based <I>Al-Hayat</I>.
May 20, 2001
Official statistics show that the Tunisian Bizerte Free Trade Zone has so far attracted $45 million in investment, and is expected to lure another $18 million by the end of 2001.
Official statistics show that the Tunisian Bizerte Free Trade Zone has so far attracted TD (Tunisian dinar) 56 million ($45 million) in investments.
May 19, 2001
The Tunisian government is planning to sell a stake in the country's telecommunications monopoly, Tunisia Telecoms, to local and foreign investors, ac
May 17, 2001
Tunisia attracted over 1 billion dinars (about $720 million) in foreign investment in 2000, registering an increase of 122 percent compared to the yea
An official Tunisian source revealed that members of the Arab Economic and Social Development Fund (AFESD) have signed two loan agreements with the Tunisian government last Saturday.
May 15, 2001
Néjib Hosni, a Tunisian lawyer and human rights activist, was released from El Kef Prison this week following repeated appeals by human rights advocat
Loutfi Bouchnak was born in Tunis in 1954 and has one of the most beautiful voices you can hear today in Morocco,
May 13, 2001
The Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development (AFESD) granted Tunisia on Saturday a 36-million-dollar soft loan to help finance a credit developme
May 12, 2001
More than 1,000 Jews, including dozens of Israelis, gathered in the southern Tunisian city of Djerba on Thursday and Friday to stage a rare pilgrimage
Tunisia's first WAP service drew 191 clients in the 15 days following its launch on April 2.
Tunisian President Zein El Abideen bin Ali will visit Greece on Monday in response to an invitation from his Greek counterpart Constantinos Stevenopol