Charter signed three years after revolution overthrew dictator
A final vote on the country’s new charter is set for Saturday
Now an interim government will have to keep the ship afloat ahead of elections planned for 2014.
The violence coincides with an attempt to overhaul the government
Second migrant shipwreck this month
Tunisia, the largely moderate North African country, has struggled to stymie the flow of hundreds of young men leaving to fight alongside rebels in Syria’s more than two-year-long, bloody civil war.
Now, the interior minister says, the country must also slow a stream of young Tunisian women leaving for Syria on “sexual …
There’s one place that has watched the past two weeks of violence in Egypt with particular nervousness: Tunisia, the country that ignited the entire Arab Spring back in January 2011. With Egypt’s elected President now ousted …
Mounir Baatour, the leader of one of Tunisia’s secular opposition parties, was arrested in March for having sex with a man.
Algerians may complain about the lack of democracy but they aren’t advocating a revolt. They say they’ve seen enough of what extremists can do to a country
Outrage over the killing of secularist opposition leader Chokri Belaid spills into the streets. Will Tunisia — the birthplace of the Arab Spring — be plunged into a new round of turmoil?
French President François Hollande took strides to heal wounds between France and Algeria, but his recognition of “unjust” colonial history overlooks continued prejudice Algerian descendents still face in France.
Mohamed Bouazizi was completely unknown outside of his small Tunisian town of Sidi Bouzid on Dec. 17, 2010 — the day he lit the spark of an Arab rebellion that has brought down four Arab dictators in the two years since. After …