April 12, 2005
April 11, 2005
Wissem Hmam, a prominent Tunisian striker, signed a five-year contract with the French club of Montpellier. <i>La Presse</i> reports that
April 10, 2005
“Take good care of your instrument when small, and it will take good care of you, it will take you anywhere in the world.” Following this advice from
April 7, 2005
April 7 coincided with the 17th anniversary of the destruction of the artificial border gate of Rass Ejdair, set between Libya and Tunisia.
The winner of the "Ali-Belhaouane" Presidential Award, for productive youths, who excelled in the fields of literary, science, technology and music, i
The Tunisian Minister for Culture and Heritage Preservation, Mr. Mohamed El Aziz Ben Achour, and the Tunisian Minister for Equipment, Residency and Re
Tunisia has hosted about 6 million tourists during 2004 in comparison with less than 5 million tourists in 2003 and about 5.4 million tourists in 2001.
April 5, 2005
The Japanese artist-painter Hachiro Kanno will hold a painting exhibition in the International Cultural Center of Hammamet, Tunisia. Hachiro, has been
April 3, 2005
Major developments in solar energy and other renewable resources are expected in Tunisia during the next few years. Tunisian magazine <i>Realites</i> reports by 2010, 400,000 square metres
The Municipality of Carthage, the Municipality of Marsa, the National Tourism Office, and the French Institute in Carthage are organizing a jazz festi