Despite fears over extremist attacks, Tunisia's first parliamentary election since its 2011 revolution passed without major incident.
Tunisia's interior minister's spokesperson says four officers were killed and one other was injured in a "terrorist attack" on his house in Kasserine.
Global leaders attended the ceremony to formally adopt Tunisia's new Constitution as international lenders released funds to the now stable country.
Tunisia hopes the landscape that provided the backdrop to George Lucas's "Star Wars" films will again attract tourists as it inches towards democracy.
Tunisia's caretaker leader has signed a new Constitution, giving the country one more step towards democracy since its 2011 uprising.
The country has pinned its hopes for the future on the new caretaker prime minister, writes Nabila Ramdani.
Talks on deciding on a new prime minister for Tunisia have been suspended as politicians fail to agree on someone to run the country.
Democracy is not in everyone's interests, least of all those who enjoyed the fruits of dictatorship and corruption, writes Rachid Ghannouchi.
The country has been seen as a model for democracy in the region but many Tunisians are growing impatient for change.
Tens of thousands of Tunisians came out in a show of force for the country's Islamist-led government on Saturday.
Police have fired tear gas to disperse protesters demanding the dissolution of the assembly and Islamists defending the legitimacy of their rule.
The murder of Tunisian MP Mohamed Brahmi by unknown gunmen sparked protests in central Tunis, with fingers pointed at the authorities.
Thousands of Tunisians have gathered in the capital Tunis to protest against the assassination of leading opposition politician Mohamed Brahmi.
Three European activists with radical women's protest group Femen have been handed four-month jail sentences by a Tunisian court.
Three European women are on trial in Tunis for holding a topless anti-Islamist protest, with their lawyer confident about the outcome.
Forces have been deployed after Salafist movement Ansar al-Sharia called on hardline supporters to defy a government ban on its annual congress.
A jobless man who set fire to himself in Tunisia's capital has died, a development which could provoke renewed anger against the government.
Tunisia's Prime Minister Ali Larayedh has announced a new Islamist-led coalition government.
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