• Headlines
    • Tunisians head to polls in final round of presidential elections today
    • Second day of elections abroad: Voter turnout stands at 15.80% (ISIE)
    • Teboulba Bus-Train Crash: 6 killed, 32 injured
    • Unemployment Edges Down to 15.2% (TAP)
    • Ras Jedir and Dehiba border crossings to be closed from Thursday to Wednesday (TAP)
    • Tunisians Overseas Start Voting
    • Tunisia deploys 36,000 troops for presidential runoff election (Anadolu Agency)
    • Tunisian unemployment down to 15.2% (TAP)
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