April 19, 2001
Tunisia will send in the next few weeks 200 soldiers to join the UN Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUC).
April 18, 2001
A recent survey conducted on behalf of the Tunisian government has shown a clear improvement in the standard of living of the country’s 9.6 million inhabitants, with average household spending of rose
April 16, 2001
Just released figures show clear improvement of the standard of living of the Tunisian population and a substantial decrease in the rate of poverty to
Tunisian Prime Minister Mohammed Ghannouchi will pay an official visit to Tehran on April 19.
Le Quotidien, a new daily recently launched in Tunisia, brings the number of French-language newspapers in the country to four. Le Quotidien will begin life with an initial circulation of 30,000.
April 13, 2001
The Council of the Arab Interior Ministers will meet in Tunis on Monday for the fourth Arab conference on “security information bodies."
April 12, 2001
Speaking in Tunis on Tuesday, April 10, Josep Pique, the Spanish foreign minister, called on the countries of the Arab Maghreb Union—Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Libya and Mauritania—to speed up efforts
April 11, 2001
The National Employment Fund (FNE ) of Tunisia is expanding a communications and information technology training program targeting new graduates with
The government of Tunisia has announced a series of measures to develop the country's bluefish production.
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