June 21, 2005

22:33 GMT

Tunisian striker Santos scored two goals to earn his side a deserved 2-0 victory against Australia to end their FIFA Confederations Cup campaign with

21:47 GMT

The city of Sousse will host on June 24 a conference concerning the importance of certifying HACCP employees. HACCP stands for Hazard Analysis and Cri

21:43 GMT

As Tunisian students learned about their results in their Finals (Bac 2005), published by the Tunisian Ministry of Education on June 20, scores of tho

09:52 GMT

Following the tradition of the Music Day Festival, which was created in France in 1982 and which nowadays is celebrated in tens of cities all around t

09:45 GMT

The city of Hammamet (about 60 kilometers south to Tunis) is going to host the International Festival of Percussion from June 23 to 26. The managing c

June 18, 2005

20:06 GMT

Statistics published by the United Nations have revealed that illiteracy among women in Morocco who are not less than 15 years old is at 64 percent, i

June 16, 2005

21:47 GMT

Tunisian footballers often play in the best and most famous leagues in Europe. However, there are some less fortunate players. For instance, Tunisian

June 14, 2005

21:31 GMT

The celebrations of the 49th anniversary of the Tunisian National Army started on Monday, June 13. <i>La Presse</i> reports that the celeb

07:20 GMT

Tunisian Esperance midfielder Issam Jomaa signed a contract over the weekend with French club Lens. The 21-year-old player signed a five-year contract

07:17 GMT

The Jeddah-based Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) Secretary General, Professor Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu has met President Zine el Abidine Ben Ali

07:10 GMT

The secretary general of the Arab Maghreb Union (UMA), Habib Boulares, announced on Thursday in Tunis, the creation as of 2006, of a new Maghrebian Ba

June 10, 2005

11:04 GMT

Tunisian oud player, Anouar Brahem, will make is Dutch debut next month as he will participate at the 30th edition of the North Sea Jazz Festival. The

June 9, 2005

12:55 GMT

Tunisian singer Saber Al Ruba’ee recently released the song “Izzet Nafsi” (My Pride) in Beirut, which has witnessed great success