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  • Zitouna Mosque Resumes Islamic Teaching after 50 Years
  • Tunisian Union to Protest Recent Attacks on their Offices and Friends of Syria Summit
  • First Death Sentencing Since Revolution in Manouba Murder Case
  • Tunisian Police Breaks up a Salafist-Led Protest in Downtown Tunis
  • Ministry of Women Affairs Warns of Dangers Associated with Genital Mutilation
  • Chaos and Protests Cause Significant Damages in Southern Gafsa County
  • Swedish Institute Alexandria Hosts Two Conferences in Tunisia
  • Tunisian Municipalities on Strike
  • Qatar and United Arab Emirates Send Humanitarian Aid to Tunisia
  • Medical Breakthrough Achieved by Tunisian-American Research Team
  • Tunisia and Algeria Commemorate Anniversary of French Attack on Tunisian Soil
  • US Government Funds Enhancements in Health Care in Southern Tunisia
  • Tunisian President Initiates Tour for Revival of Arab Maghreb Union
  • Tunisians Celebrate Birth of Prophet Mohammed
  • Qatari NGO to Train Tunisian Judiciary and Security Forces in Transitional Justice
  • Grenoble, France Hosts Festival Commemorating the Tunisian Revolution
  • Alleged Ettakatol Party Resignations Trigger Controversy
  • Ministry of Industry and Trade Denies Ravioli Product is Made with Pork
  • Tunisian Handball Team Wins the 2012 African Cup
  • Tunisian Handball Teams Advance to the CAN Finals
  • Fishing Boat Sinks off Coastal City of Zarzis Leaving Four Dead
  • Mustapha Ben Jaafar to Head Commission in Charge of Drafting the Constitution
  • Mustapha Ben Jaafer Emphasizes Tunisia’s Support for the Palestinian Case
  • Thala and Kasserine Martyrs’ Case Resumes Today
  • Another Case of Self-Immolation in Southern Tunisia
  • Tunisian Minister of Foreign Affairs Visiting Turkey
  • Tunisian Mehdi Gharbi Awarded the 2012 Martin Luther King Prize
  • Defense Call for the Immediate Release of Former Libyan PM
  • New Political Coalition To Be Announced Tomorrow
  • National Commission of Investigating Corruption to Cease All Activities
  • Hamas Leader Visits Memorial of Tunisians Killed by Israeli Forces
  • New Developmental Projects in Lac Area to Create ‘Paradise at Sea’
  • Sit-in at University of Manouba Displaced and Classes Resume
  • Airbus to Expand Operations in Tunisia
  • Italian Foreign Minister to Visit Tunisia
  • Tunisia Granted Membership to the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
  • State of Emergency Extended until March 2012
  • Tunisians Respond to President’s New Year Speech
  • On-Going Negotiations to Reopen Yazaki Factory in Southern Tunisia
  • Soumaya Ghannouchi
  • New Islamic Tunisian TV Channel
  • Car Trafficking Prospers Along Borders Separating Tunisia and Libya
  • Slim Ben Hamidene
  • Sihem Badi
  • Washington Institute For Near East Policy Releases Recording of Rachid Ghannouchi
  • Islamist Leader Accuses Washington Institute of Zionist Bias in Publication of Remarks
  • Reopening of Ras Jadir Border Crossing With Libya Delayed
  • Carthage Presidential Palace Opens to the Public
  • Tunisian-Born Al Qaeda Leader Killed in Iraq
  • New US Ambassador to Tunisia