August 19, 2013
Rain was responsible for watering plants and canceling singer Marwan Khoury's concert this week!
August 15, 2013
YouTube is the place for videos of any kind, and singer Latifah has released her latest fabulous music video on the site!
August 12, 2013
Foreign direct investment in Tunisia fell by 1.3 percent in the first half of 2013, official data showed on Saturday, a likely reflection of political strife in the north African state.
August 7, 2013
The EU Delegation in Tunisia has made a grant of €32.9 million to Tunisia to renovate 119 neighbourhoods throughout the territory;
The recent suspension of the Tunisian Constituent Assembly has been called a coup by an Assembly member from Ennahda, the Tunisian ruling Islamist party.
August 4, 2013
The celebrity, who has always taken care to shield his family from the press, crossed his own line, appearing in public with his daughter, but all for a good cause.
August 3, 2013
Moroccan singer Asma Al Manwar turned down the Carthage Festival invite to show props to the all the lives lost in Tunisia.
August 2, 2013
The Tunisian army has launched a massive land and air operation against Islamist militants near the Algerian border.
July 30, 2013
Tunisia’s Prime Minister Ali Laarayedh has spoken out against claims that the Islamist led cabinet may resign.
At a time when Egypt is facing major political instability, Tunisian singer Nawel Ben Kraiem travelled from France to Cairo to brighten up their day.
The soldiers were found with their throats cut, and had been stripped of their weapons and uniforms after an armed group ambushed them
In a defiant press conference, Larayedh promised to finish the constitution by October and hold elections on Dec. 17.
July 29, 2013
The 49th International Festival of Carthage in Tunis promises to be a special one this year, as an Iranian band will be playing, joined by Azeri maqami musician Alim Qasimov.
July 28, 2013
Tunisia's political instability is keeping Tunisian actress Hind Sabri up at night. She now calls on her people to wake up and smell the coffee!
Tens of thousands of Tunisians turned out for the funeral of assassinated secular politician Mohammed Brahmi on Saturday, and called for the Islamist-led government to be toppled.