Tunisia

November 4, 2004

13:14 GMT

Tunisian singer Saber Riba’e waged a war against all flagrant video clips, describing the phenomenon as too much nudity on Arab satellite channels

October 25, 2004

03:00 GMT

A new monthly French-language magazine focusing on Tunisia is due to be launched from November 1. The monthly, called 'Le Tunisien', under the directo

03:00 GMT

Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, 68, has been re-elected with 94.5% of the votes, for a fourth tenure of five years.

03:00 GMT

A car bomb targeting an Australian military convoy went off near the Australian Embassy Monday, killing three Iraqis and injuring eight others, accord

03:00 GMT

The official dinar-dollar rate is at a low. The dinar is gaining value and the national economy is in the green. Are the authorities deliberately increasing the value of the dinar?  Until recently, th

03:00 GMT

KIPCO Asset Management Company (KAMCO) has announced the closing of a new private equity fund, Kuwait Private Equity Opportunities Fund, which will be focused on investing in private companies in Kuwa

03:00 GMT

BG Group has announced that discussions with the Tunisian Government for the development of a 500 megawatt (MW) CCGT power plant have not yet been concluded. The two sides signed last year a Memorandu

October 24, 2004

03:00 GMT

Amid various opposition boycotts and accusations of blatant vote rigging, some 4.62 million Tunisians are voting en masse in presidential and parliame

03:00 GMT

Moroccan exporters are having a difficult time with vegetable prices low in France at the moment and a heat wave affecting the quality of their exports.

October 23, 2004

03:00 GMT

A Tunisian medical team on Saturday arrived in the West Bank to examine Palestinian president Yasser Arafat, who has been suffering from the flu.

October 21, 2004

03:00 GMT

About 25% of the candidates in Tunisia's upcoming legislative elections are females. The Popular Union Party even has four women at the top of its Par

03:00 GMT

Senior officials from the European "trio" -- France, Britain and Germany -- will hold talks with Iranian officials on Thursday to discuss Tehran's nuc

October 20, 2004

03:00 GMT

There have been 20,000 road accidents and 1500 killed in Morocco since the start of the year, according to statistics published by the Moroccan author

03:00 GMT

The French Accor group announced plans to invest 70 million Euro in the Tunisian tourism industry.

October 18, 2004

03:00 GMT

A transcript of the phone conversation Saturday night between King Mohammad VI and Kofi Annan, Secretary General of the UN, indicates that the King re