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A Spanish court of appeal in February responded to a request from Tunisian prosecutors and confiscated the yacht once owned by Belhassen Trabelsi, the brother-in-law of deposed Tunisian President Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali.
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BRADENTON, Fla., Updated Jan. 29, 2011-- Americans don't ask their country to get involved in the internal political struggles of the nations it interacts with, and the general rule is that we don't. But prior to the last decade, we were surely too involved in such struggles.
Speaking on Express FM, Noureddine Achour, Director of the National Observatory of new and emerging diseases, denied today May 23, reports that there are two new cases of infection with Corona virus.
Abdellatif Kechiche's film about young female lovers beautifully explores the effects class and upbringing have on romance.
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Tunisia's prosecutor ordered the arrest of the Femen activist after she tried to take off her clothes opposite Uqba Ibn Nafi Mosque.
Tunisia is in talks with Qatar over a deposit in Tunis' central bank "with easy conditions" Prime Minister Ali Larayedh said on Thursday.
TUNIS: Ansar Al Sharia spokesman Seifeddine Rais, detained in the Tunisian city of Kairouan at the weekend as police enforced a government ban on its annual congress, was released on bail yesterday, the Salafist group said.
For the first time since the Arab Spring uprisings of 2011, relations between mainstream Islamists in government and radical Salafist Muslim activists have reached breaking point, sparking deadly clashes in two Tunisian cities.
A novel coronavirus particle is pictured in negative stain electron microscopy in this image from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Back in March I reported deep concern for a young Tunisian Muslima who had disappeared after she posted topless photos of herself to protest the Shariah oppression and subjugation she suffered as a Muslim girl.
Newly unsealed information in an RCMP search warrant document alleges that SNC-Lavalin paid nearly $6-million to the son-in-law of Tunisia's president between 2001 and 2010 to win contracts in the North African country.
A diabetic, the Tunisian man complained of breathing problems since his return from Saudi Arabia.
's religious center of Kairouan to prevent a conference by a radical Islamist movement that has been implicated in attacks around the country.
The Tunisian group Ansar al-Sharia is about as close as one could fear to being an al-Qaeda-front organization operating freely in an Arab country.
U.S. military sources serving in North Africa are challenging the latest White House claim that the administration is applying "all the resources" at its disposal to bring the Benghazi attackers to justice, charging instead that the Obama administration knows who is responsible but is not acting.