Report’s call to tolerate homosexuality is incompatible with Islamic teachings and values, NGO says
Some interesting facts about Muslim nations and the players in this year’s competition.
Russia, Saudi Arabia to play opening match of tournament
The man was detained Tuesday night after officers raided his flat and came across "unknown substances" that are currently being analyzed by specialists, Cologne police said in a statement.
Move comes four days after boat teeming with migrants sinks off Tunisia's coast, killing 66 people
Local authorities now searching for human traffickers thought to be responsible for incident
Boat carrying 180 people sinks, rescue operation ongoing
Those rescued from the fishing vessel off the coast of southern Sfax province included "Tunisians and foreigners", it said citing an initial toll.
Dispute between Carthage 2 signatories threatens to plunge the country into turmoil, leading Nida Tounes member warns
Al-Mansri was elected by the Tunisian parliament last November as the election commission’s chairman
The Truth and Dignity Commission (IVD) was set up in 2014 following the 2011 revolt that toppled dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali and sparked the Arab Spring uprisings.
Suad Ibrahim of Ennahda Movement party becomes mayor of Tunis bagging 33.8 pct votes
Tunisia holds first-ever local elections after 2011 revolution
The local polls are the first since the 2011 revolution
Hamas-linked aviation engineer Mohamed Zouari was killed in 2016 in Tunisia’s southern city of Sfax
The local election is the first in Tunisia since 2011
Military plane crashed during night training exercise, says Tunisian Defense Ministry spokesman
Half the candidates in May 6 elections will be under 35 years old, according to the electoral commission
Islamic Development Bank Group president urges innovative ways to boost long-term investments in sustainable development
The country demands international community put an end to Israeli violations
Demonstrations Tunis, Sfax part of Palestine's Land Day commemoration