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TUNIS, Tunisia — Tunisian salafists on Sunday (March 31st) night torched a brand-new tourist facility in the coastal town of Hergla.
Tunisia is falling prey to violent Islamist mobs, a Franco-Tunisian politician from the Loire valley has warned, after he narrowly escaped a "lynching" when he returned to his native town for a family
Tunisia which has hosted since the beginning of the current year nearly 3 million and 27 thousand tourists, has recorded 1,400 million dinars in returns, Tourism Minister Elyes Fakhfakh said, on Thurs
At its factory on the outskirts of Tunis, US company Eurocast is gearing up for expansion.
At first glance, the russet-brown ruins on a hill beside the Gulf of Tunis do not look like remarkable monuments to human resilience.
Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, 27 January 2012 – Speaking to participants at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2012, Tunisia’s new prime minister, Hammadi Jebali, promised that the country’s
Western travelers planning to visit Tunisia in the near future have been reassured that the Islamist Ennahda party, which won the most votes in assembly elections last month, will not be imposing rest
Tourism to the Middle East, or should we more accurately describe it as the Muddle East, has been under serious siege during 2011.
The top United Nations political official today wrapped up a four-day visit to Tunisia and Egypt, where he discussed the two North African countries’ democratic transitions just months after they un
Tunisia today became the first North African nation to join the International Criminal Court (ICC) and the 116th party to the treaty establishing the world’s first permanent court tasked with trying
The UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the Tunisian government have signed a partnership agreement under which UNWTO will support the country’s tourism development.
UNWTO Secretary-General Taleb Rifai met Interim President Fouad Mebazaa, the Minister of Tourism Mehdi Houas, as well as representatives from the private sector to discuss the best ways to support tou
The travel industry needs to be much more straightforward with holidaymakers about the risks involved in travelling to destinations hit by the recent wave of Arab unrest, according to the Middle East
The UN’s human rights chief will send a team to Tunisia next week to assess the country’s human rights situation amidst recent political unrest, which her office says has so far led to more than 1
As hundreds of German tourists returned from crisis-wracked Tunisia, German Chancellor Angela Merkel offered to help the transitional government build a democracy after decades of authoritarian rule.
The United Nations’ top human rights official today urged the Tunisian government to ensure that its security forces stop using excessive force against demonstrators, and to start credible investiga
A tiny wedge of land hugging North Africa’s Mediterranean coast, sun-baked Tunisia is a tourist’s paradise offering sea, sand, ancient Roman ruins, modern spas – or just the simple charm of sipp
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today urged restraint after deadly riots and violent clashes between Tunisian security forces and protesters reportedly claimed at least 14 lives in recent days.
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