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My hardest story: Reporting on being queer in Tunisia

Reporting on queer issues is always tough. But Tunisia was something else

Tunisia Rugby puts blame on Zim for accommodation debacle

The Tunisian Rugby Union expressed regret regarding the incident

Moghreb defy the odds to lift African Super Cup

There was another shock outcome to a CAF competition when Moroccan club Moghreb Fes lifted the African Super Cup this weekend.

International arrest warrant against Arafat’s widow lifted

Tunisia has decided to lift an international arrest warrant for alleged corruption issued against Suha Arafat, widow of the former Palestinian leader.

Islamist-liberal clashes continue in Tunisia

Islamist supporters descended on Tunis on Saturday to confront liberal demonstrators rallying against extremism as a new constitution is drafted.

Tunisia embraces pragmatic Islam

Flanked by the flags of Tunisia and his Islamist party, Rachid Ghannouchi, known by followers as "the Sheikh", is ­avuncular and professorial.

Tunisia police use teargas on Muslim protesters

Police have used teargas to disperse hundreds of Tunisians protesting against a niqab ban and the screening of a film they said denigrated Islam.

Family friend says Ben Ali ‘in coma’ in Saudi hospital

Ousted Tunisian president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali is "in a coma" in a Saudi hospital following a stroke, a family friend said on Thursday.

Tunisia seeks arrest of ousted president

Tunisia has asked Interpol to help find and arrest ousted president Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali and his family.

Tunisian army chief warns against ‘power vacuum’

Tunisia's army chief on Monday warned that a "power vacuum" in the country could lead to dictatorship, as the government prepared a Cabinet reshuffle.

Police fire tear gas at Tunis protesters

Police fired tear gas to disperse protesters in Tunis on Monday as pressure grew for the removal of ministers linked to the ousted president.

Tunisian protesters vow to oust interim government

Hundreds of defiant Tunisians camped in front of Prime Minister Mohammed Ghannouchi's office to force the government to quit.

Police fire shots to disperse new Tunis protest

Tunisian police fired shots into the air on Thursday to try to disperse hundreds of protesters demanding that ministers leave the new government.

Tunisian leader vows ‘total break’ with old regime

Tunisia's interim president on Wednesday promised a "total break" with the past and hailed "a revolution of dignity and liberty".

Struggling Tunisia unity Cabinet to meet

Tunisia's caretaker prime minister aims to gather his national unity Cabinet for a first meeting on Wednesday, but he already faces revolt.

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