Tunisia Seeks Foreign Investment to Cement Democratic Gains
The country where the Arab Spring began five years ago is trying to bolster its economy, especially in the less developed interior, as it combats terrorism.
Silenced for Decades, ‘Victims of Despotism’ Air Torture Claims in Tunisia
In long-awaited public hearings, victims and their families recounted abuses from nearly 60 years of dictatorship, including death and persecution.
Tunisia, Through the Eyes of Its Artists and Intellectuals
Believing in a hope that spans borders — cultural, historical and political.
Tunisia Briefly Holds Two From U.S. on Suspicion of Terror Ties
The men were arrested on Tuesday, transferred to the country’s main counterterrorism center in Tunis, the capital, and then apparently handed over to American officials.
Fractured Lands: How the Arab World Came Apart
The story of more than a decade of war, terror and revolution in the Middle East, seen through the eyes of six people whose lives were changed forever.
Tunisia Ousts Prime Minister Habib Essid
Parliament voted on Saturday to effectively disband the government of Prime Minister Habib Essid, who had been in office less than two years.
In a Mining Region, Lingering Echoes of Tunisia’s Uprising
“West of Life” looks at the troubled history of a region in Tunisia where protests by miners preceded the uprising that led to the Arab Spring.
Years Before Truck Rampage in Nice, Attacker Wasn’t ‘Living in the Real World’
Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, who killed 84 people in France, had long displayed a propensity for violence, and his life appears to show how the unstable have latched on to Islamic State propaganda.
Attacker in Nice Plotted for Months and Had Accomplices, French Prosecutor Says
There was no evidence that Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, who killed 84 people on Bastille Day, had direct contact with the Islamic State.
Attack in Nice Turns Spotlight on City’s Religious Divisions
Muslims and non-Muslims have lived alongside each other in Nice for generations, but last week’s massacre has exacerbated tensions among residents.
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