Tunisia

March 5, 2005

19:30 GMT

A Tunisian opposition leader warned the government on Saturday of a “public uprising” if it did not retract an invitation to Israeli Prime Minister Ar

19:05 GMT

Following its smashing victory over Al Kuwait 4:0, in Kuwait, on Wednesday March 2, the Tunisian team, Cs Sfaxien has finished first in its group (A)

19:01 GMT

The Presidential Cultural Complex of Beja has organized the first conference for Young Tunisian writers. The conference, which took place between Febr

18:54 GMT

Moroccan comedian Hafed Badri is going to present his new one-man-show “Mr. Bari” in the “24 hours Theater” Festival in Tunis, which is scheduled to t

March 3, 2005

09:47 GMT

The “Jeunesse Scolaire” (educated youth) organization celebrated on March 1, the international civil protection day, which was marked worldwide, by se

March 2, 2005

09:42 GMT

The Popular Opera of Vienna was hosted recently by the Russian Culture and Science Center in Tunisia. The event that was organized by the Austrian Emb

09:37 GMT

The Tunisian Theatre de la ville de Tunis (TVT) held recently a Japanese cultural night that attracted a lot of attention and was well attended by a l

09:32 GMT

The Tunisian director Abdelatif Kechiche has received the best film award in the 30th Cesar award ceremony that took place in the Chatelet Theatre in

March 1, 2005

10:04 GMT

The National Road GP1 Project, which started in September 2003, is scheduled to be completed at the beginning of this month. The large-scale project includes extensive infrastructure works with an est

February 27, 2005

12:21 GMT

After an absence of four years from holding any concerts in her hometown Tunisia, singer Latifa is scheduled to hold a grand performance in spring for the anniversary of martyrs

10:43 GMT

Mr. Rodrigo de Rato, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), will visit Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia during February 28-March 3, at the invitation of the authorities in each count

February 25, 2005

16:52 GMT

Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali has invited Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon to Tunisia in November, and he plans to accept the unpreced

February 24, 2005

20:44 GMT

Kader Mansour, a Tunisian performer living in Canada since 1996, made his first appearance on Toronto's theatre scene in a production of "Helen's Neck