Interim Tunisian President Mohamed Ennaceur said that President Beji Caid Essebsi was responsible for “consolidating the values of ...
Tunisia’s 92-year-old president, Beji Caid Essebsi, a major player in the country’s transition to democracy since 2011, was taken to a ...
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Tunisia’s foreign reserves have risen since it agreed a $500 million loan from Saudi Arabia last week and are now enough to pay for 91 days of ...
“I cannot close my eyes as it has become blatant.” This is how Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi commented on the presence of a secret ...
Following the meeting of its Shoura Council, Ennahda Movement assigned its chief Rached Ghannouchi to hold consultations with Tunisian President Beji ...
A video published on the Tunisian presidency’s Facebook page
The parliamentary vote of confidence for the unity government brings to an end some three months of intense negotiations
Any talks to form a new government will need to include the resignation of the cabinet and a parliamentary vote
‘He is the new president now,’ said Essebsi when the boy sat down, urging others to start clapping for him
Tunisia is the 16th country to become a Major Non-NATO Ally of the United States
The move is following last week's beach massacre in which 38 tourists died
The United States will provide short-term aid so Tunisia can complete economic reforms
Obama and Essebsi's meeting also follows Tunisia's first free presidential elections last year
Tunisia’s Islamist party Ennahda said it would reject a government proposed last week by Prime Minister designate Habib Essid
Nidaa Tounes won the most seats in the October election, one of the last steps in Tunisia’s path to full democracy after its 2011 popular uprising
Families of the victims protested against President Beji Caid Essebsi
The White House said no date has yet been set for the new Tunisian leader to come to Washington
The move was hailed by Tunisian social media users; with some describing it the first of its kind in the Arab world
The march for change continues in the Middle East, with both its advantages and disadvantages.
Today the Tunisian people seem to have found a common interest in stability, maintenance and protection of their institutions
Tunisians are welcoming 2015 with a new constitution, parliament, government and president
Secular Nidaa Tounes leader Beji Caid Essebsi is the frontrunner, followed by incumbent Moncef Marzouki
Nidaa Tounes won 85 seats in the 217-seat parliament, followed by Ennahda with 69
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