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Lassaad Jeliti clearly remembers his first taste of Mexican food. He was a graduate student at Washington University, working part time at Bar Italia, and one of the cooks brought in tacos for his lunch.
It took less than two days for Norwegian Cruise Lines, headquartered in the warm-water port of Miami, FL, to officially rebuke the country of Tunisia on Wednesday for an incident in which it barred Israeli citizens from disembarking at the port of La Goulette.
A group of prostitutes has called on the Tunisian government to reopen a brothel in the coastal resort town of Sousse, after a court ruling shut it down more than a year ago.
Courtesy of Al Jazeera I got to reading about the case of a group of Tunisian sex workers whose livelihood was violently taken away from them all in the name of morality, subsequently leaving them dependent on the state and the charity of others for support.
The Cairo Jazz Festival is back, returning to Al-Azhar Park with a great lineup from 13 to 16 March.
Tunisian club Esperance Sportive de Tunis on Monday drubbed Kenya Premier League champions Gor Mahia 5-0 in a one-sided second leg, first round match of the Caf Africa Champions League at the Stade Olympique de Rades in Tunis.
Following the civil war in Libya in 2011, over 500,000 Libyans were forced to temporarily migrate to Tunisia as refugees.
Tunisian parliament members and world leaders stand during a ceremony for the formal adoption of a new constitution, in Tunis, Friday, Feb. 7, 2014 A group of Tunisian prostitutes demanded Tuesday to be allowed back to work, 18 months after their brothel in the resort town of Sousse was attacked by hardline Salafists and closed down.
First kisses are awkward. And scary. And uncomfortable. And if you're lucky, it can be romantic enough to make your knees wobble.
About a dozen Israelis were denied entry to a port in Tunis on Sunday, singled out from among hundreds of tourists when the Tunisian government refused them the right to get off a cruise ship.
The El Fatah mosque in Tunis is one of the largest Salafist mosques in the country [Aymen Ben Mansour/Al Jazeera] Religious officials in Tunisia are divided over the recent arrest of a Salafi imam, who was detained earlier this week amidst what critics say is a government effort to control local mosques.
What drives a photographer to risk their life to get a story? A new documentary, "War Reporter" tries to get inside the minds of photojournalists and honor those who've perished while reporting the conflicts sweeping across North Aftrica and the Middle East.
Israeli tourists aboard a cruise ship were prevented from entering Tunisia, where the ship made a stop, due to a surprise decision by the Tunisian government, the cruise operator said on Monday, according to AFP .
The fervor of the Arab Spring has spread, but in places like Ukraine, Venezuela, Turkey and Thailand, the narrative is a lot more complicated.
The environment is changing and global warming is affecting everything and everyone on this planet.
The carcass of a nine-tonne fin whale has been discovered off the coast of Tunis, a rare find in the Mediterranean.