April 7, 2005

07:52 GMT

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

07:32 GMT

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

21:20 GMT

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

21:19 GMT

The Municipality of Carthage, the Municipality of Marsa, the National Tourism Office, and the French Institute in Carthage are organizing a jazz festi

April 1, 2005

March 31, 2005

22:00 GMT

Tunisia is ranked 31st and Morocco is 54th in the recently published World Economic Forum Global Technology Report 2004-2005. In the 2003-2004 report, Tunisia was in 40th place and Morocco was in 64th

March 30, 2005

10:58 GMT

"Poems to be carved", this was the title which was given to the work that brought together 30 different texts, written by ten young poets. The joint a

March 29, 2005

10:28 GMT

The prestigious musical group Farabi has recently performed in the municipal theatre of Tunis. The concert was held in the framework of the second edi

March 28, 2005