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  • Minister of Defense Resigns Amidst Lagging Cabinet Reshuffle Talks
  • UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon Expresses Optimism for Arab Spring Countries
  • My New York Experience Crowned by Obama’s Reelection
  • UN Secretary General Voices Concern Over Demonstration Ban in Bahrain
  • Doubts Surround Syrian National Council’s Credibility in Solving Syrian Crisis
  • Syrian Regime Initially Agrees on Lakhdar Brahimi’s Eid al-Adha Truce Proposal
  • Lakhdar Brahimi Urges Ceasefire in Syria on Occasion of Eid al-Adha
  • Marzouki Reassures the World of the Future of Tunisia’s Democracy
  • Civilians and Journalists Assaulted by Police in Habib Bourguiba Avenue
  • Mahdia Case: Ben Ali Era Laws “Abusively” Used to Limit Expression
  • Mahdia Blasphemy Case: Convicted Fugitive Speaks
  • 100 Day Poll Shows Growing Discontent with Government Performance
  • Two Activists Arrested in a Protest Organized by the Wounded and the Families of the Martyrs of the Tunisian Revolution
  • Poll Shows Impatience with Government’s Employment Policy
  • Fusion of Centrist Parties to Create a New Force in Tunisian Politics
  • Tunisian Law Allows Rapists to Avoid Prosecution in Case of Marriage with Victim
  • Efforts to Abolish Death Penalty in Tunisia Impeded by Islamic Law
  • Clan Dispute in Gafsa Results in One Dead and Seven Wounded
  • The Independence of the Judiciary: A Long Way to Go
  • Tunisian Whistleblower Samir Feriani Acquitted of Major Charges
  • Role of Islamic Law in Tunisian Constitution Provokes Debate
  • Painful Path to Justice for Tunisian Families
  • Tunisia to Offer $450 Million of US Backed Bonds
  • Demonstrators Camp Out in front of Tunisian National Television
  • Strong Winds Hit Tunisia’s Eastern Shores
  • Tunisians Erupt in Anger over Desecration of Flag
  • Tunisian Diaspora in Switzerland Reinforces Efforts to Promote Tourism in Tunisia
  • Debating Transitional Justice in Tunisia
  • Tunisian Union and Government Meet to Ease Rising Tension
  • Tunisian Ministry of Sports Launches an Anti-Hooliganism Campaign
  • Tunisian Interior Minister Casts Doubt on Journalists’ Claims of Recent Abuse
  • Case of Tunisia’s Pirate Party Remains Afloat
  • Constituent Assembly Session to Evaluate Government’s Performance – Opposition Threatens Boycott
  • Tunisian President Marzouki Supports Granting Licenses to Salafist Parties
  • Tunisian Journalists Threaten General Strike
  • Two Constituent Assembly Members May be Stripped of Legislative Immunity
  • Publisher of Racy Sami Khedira Photo Released From Prison
  • Grand Tunis Drenched by Heavy Rainfall, on Flooding Alert
  • Tunisia Recognizes Controversial Islamist Organization
  • China and Russia Yet to Confirm Participation in Friends of Syria Conference
  • Hillary Clinton to Attend the Upcoming Friends of Syria Conference in Tunisia
  • French and EU Foreign Ministers to Attend Friends of Syria Conference in Tunisia
  • Trial over Censorship of Pornographic Websites in Tunisia Postponed
  • Tunisians to Protest for Decriminalization of Cannabis
  • Love is in the Air: Tunisians Celebrate Valentine’s Day
  • Radio Zitouna Case is Finally Settled
  • Tunisian Government Decides to Review INRIC’s Press Code
  • NATO Ships Drop Anchor in Tunisia
  • Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki Arrives in Mauritania
  • National Television Sued for Calling Tunisian Government ‘Interim’