Tunisia

February 2, 2005

21:34 GMT

The Cultural Center in Nabeul Algeria has opened a paintings and plastic-art exhibition of the painter artist Gilbert Zitoun, titled "Nymphs under the

13:17 GMT

TRANSTU (formerly SMLT), the company in charge of the Tunis light metro system, has awarded ALSTOM two contracts worth a total of €91 million for the supply of 30 CITADIS tramways and infrastructure w

January 31, 2005

18:14 GMT

The 16th Festival of Tunisian Music 2005 will be held on March 30 until April 2. The festival's organizers informed the artists, who wish to take part

18:01 GMT

Syria's Foreign Minister Farouq al-Shara on Monday accepted the credentials of Tunisia’s new Ambassador to Damascus Mr. al-Hadi Bin Naser. Al-Shara we

15:02 GMT

Amongst the presence of a crowd of celebrities from all around the world Tunisian singer Latifa was for the second time presented with the Murex D’or award for Best Female Arab Singer

January 28, 2005

08:51 GMT

The Tunisian president, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, addressed the Minister of Youths, Sports and Physical Education, Abdallah Kaâbi, and thanked him for

January 27, 2005

12:41 GMT

The year 2004 was marked by major global economic events and developments that had a major bearing on Africa’s economic performance, African Development Bank President said Wednesday. The region’s GDP

January 26, 2005

07:44 GMT

Orascom Telecom Holding S.A.E. (OTA) announced Tuesday that as part of the implementation of its strategy to maximize its equity stake in its key GSM operations, it has signed an agreement to acquire

January 25, 2005

January 24, 2005

11:10 GMT

Tunisian singer/dancer Najla has filed for an appeal against twelve Egyptian lawyers were behind her forbiddance of entering Egypt

10:11 GMT

Despite the extended campaign to promote Rotana's stars who participated at the Carthage festival in Tunisia like Lebanese singer Pascal Mashaalani and her seducing looks, people chose to listen to th

January 23, 2005

January 20, 2005

22:41 GMT

A fire has broken out in the market of Gabès in Tunisia before the Eid, according to Tunisian and North African press sources. The fire started in a c