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TUI cancels more flights to Egypt, Florida and Tunisia in latest...

Tui has canceled more flights and vacations after continued uncertainty surrounding international travel. The vacation giant has revised its flight schedule and cancellations in...

France reduces the number of visas granted to nationals of Morocco,...

French authorities have announced that the country has decided to tighten restrictions on the visa issuance process for Moroccan, Tunisian and Algerian nationals. This means...

Tunisia Saied issues decree strengthening presidential powers

The Tunisian president said he could rule by decree and ignore certain parts of the constitution as he prepares to change the political system,...

And now for Ennahdha after the political “earthquake” in Tunisia? –...

Tunisie (AFP) Tunisian President Kais Saied’s decision to sack the government and dissolve parliament two weeks ago triggered what experts see as an existential...

Rescuers remove 394 migrants from dangerously overcrowded boat off Tunisia –...

ON BOARD SEA-WATCH 3, Mediterranean, August 1 – Two humanitarian rescue ships on Sunday pulled 394 migrants from a dangerously overcrowded wooden boat in...

France calls on Tunisia to appoint prime minister and cabinet “quickly”...

French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian called his counterpart Othman Jerandi in Tunisia and stressed the importance of appointing a prime minister and forming...

Tunisia: France calls for the rapid appointment of the Prime Minister...

France on Wednesday called on Tunisian President Kais Saied to quickly appoint a new government after assuming executive power. On Sunday, Saied invoked emergency...

What is happening in Tunisia? Everything you need to know

Ten years after the revolution that triggered the Arab Spring, Tunisia, long regarded as one of the few successful democratic transitions to emerge from...

France urges Tunisia to appoint new prime minister as crisis simmers...

Saied says his actions are constitutional France demands that the new prime minister and the new cabinet be appointed quickly Judicial investigations into the parties could...

An economic recipe for unrest ignites in Tunisia

A lack of opportunities, especially for young people. Punish the debt. A broken social contract. Pandemic pressures make everything worse. This economic recipe is fueling...
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