Tunisia's Islamist Prime Minister Officially ResignsTunisia's Prime Minister resigns as part of a plan to end months of political deadlock.
Tunisia: 'Only a Muslim Can Be President'Tunisian Parliament passes law stating that Islam is state religion - and as such, President can only be Muslim as a 'good citizen.'
Tunisian Parties Choose Leader for Interim GovernmentTunisia's political parties choose Industry Minister Mehdi Jomaa to head an interim government of independent figures.
Tunisian Rapper Jailed For 'Insulting Police''Weld El 15' went on run in August after 21-month sentence without trial, now turns self in and sentenced 4-months.
Man Sets Himself on Fire in Tunisia's CapitalMan sets himself on fire outside a government building in Tunis, in an incident reminiscent of one which set off the Arab Spring.
Tunisia: Tennis Cup Ban for Boycotting IsraeliTennis Federation shows unusual resolve, bans Tunisia from Davis Cup after tennis player Jaziri pressed to forfeit match against Israeli.
Tunisian Parties Begin NegotiationsNational dialogue in Tuninsia aims to end deadlock between the Islamist-led government and the mainly secular opposition.
Tunisia: Protesters Torch Office of Islamist Ruling PartyThe office of Tunisia’s ruling Islamist party in the town of Kef torched by angry protesters, as unrest in the country continues.
Tunisia: 7 Officers Killed in Clashes with IslamistsAt least seven police officers have been killed in Tunisia in clashes with Islamist terrorists in the central region of Sidi Bouzid.
Al Qaeda Chief Blames Rival Islamists for SetbacksAl Qaeda leader blames "moderate" Islamists in Egypt and Tunisia as being responsible for major political setbacks.
Tunisian Political Deal Brings an End to Islamist GovernmentTunisia's political rivals have agreed on a timetable for the Islamist coalition to quit and be replaced by a government of independents.
Al Qaeda Fighter Extradited to US on Terror ChargesA Tunisian man jailed in Belgium in 2003 for planning to attack a NATO air base has been extradited to the US to face further charges.
Tunisian Activists Blast Government 'Harassment' of JewsAncient Jewish community of Djerba is "fed up with being used by politicians" to showcase "coexistence," whilst facing attacks.
Tunisia: Islamist Government Agrees to Step DownTunisia’s Islamist-led government to be replaced by caretaker government following talks with secular opposition.
Tunisia: Tens of Thousands Call on Islamist Government to LeaveLargest protest in weeks as tens of thousands call for the Islamist-led government to step down.
Tunisian Opposition Attracting More Protesters than IslamistsThe Islamist party which rules Tunisia is losing the battle on the streets, as it attracts fewer and fewer protesters.
Tunisian Terrorist Kills Himself in Gaza-Style 'Work Accident'Terrorists in Gaza aren't the only ones who experience “work accidents” when constructing bombs
Tunisia: Protests Erupt After Opposition Leader KilledMohammed Brahmi is the second politician to be assassinated this year. Protesters chant "down with the rule of the Islamists"
Tunisian President: What Happened in Egypt Won't Happen HereTunisia’s President Moncef Marzouki rules out the risk of Tunisia's elected authorities being deposed.
Tunisian Activists Hope for 'Jasmine Revolution II'Tunisian activists say they will attempt to replicate Egypt’s second revolution with one of their own, but it is unlikely they'll succeed.
Tunisia: 1 Dead in Clashes Between Security Forces and SalafistsSecurity forces and Salafists fight street battles in Tunis, with one protester killed and 15 policemen wounded.
Hundreds Complete Annual Pilgrimage to Africa's Oldest SynagogeHundreds of Jewish worshippers completed an annual pilgrimage to Africa's oldest synagogue, amid heightened security.
Annual Pilgrimage at Tunisia Begins with Tight SecurityPilgrims arrive at Tunisia's Ghriba synagogue amid tight security, with reinforcements deployed around Djerba.
Tunisian Jews Hope for High Attendance at Annual PilgrimageOrganizers of a pilgrimage to Africa's oldest synagogue in Djerba are hoping for a revival this year after a slump in attendance.
Tunisia's Ousted President Gets Another Jail TermTunisia's deposed president, Ben Ali, given a five-year jail term absentia for corruption, adding to two previous life sentences.
Women Burn ‘Flag of Islam’ in ParisArab women burn ‘flag of Islam’ in France to protest against gender oppression in the Muslim world.
Tunisia's PM Resigns After Failing to Form New GovernmentTunisia's Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali resigns after failing to form a non-partisan government to end a political crisis.
Israeli Officials Concerned Over Fate of Tunisian JewsIsraeli officials have expressed serious concerns over the safety of the Jewish community in Tunisia, in the wake of unrest in the country
France to Expel Radical Islamist Imams 'In Coming Days'French government will be deporting several radical Muslim clerics in an effort to counter the rising tide of “global jihadism"
Tunisia: Clashes During Funeral of Murdered Opposition LeaderPolice clash with protesters during the funeral of opposition leader whose murder plunged Tunisia into new post-revolt turmoil.
Tunisian President Postpones Gaza VisitTunisian President Moncef Marzouki has postponed his visit to Gaza until March after talks with PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas.
Tunisia Releases Suspect in Benghazi AttackA court in Tunis ordered the release of Ali Hamzi, a Tunisian suspected of involvement in the terror attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya.
Tunisian Cleric Denies He Called to Kill All JewsTunisian cleric Ahmad Al-Suhayli denies allegations that he called Jews "apes" and wished for them to be wiped out.
Tunisian Imam Accused of Inciting Hatred Against JewsTunisian group for minorities has lodged a complaint against an imam, accusing him of inciting hatred against Jews in a fiery sermon.
Tunisian Cleric Says Jews are ApesA Tunisian cleric recently referred to Jews as “prophet slayers and apes” and prayed for Allah to annihilate them.
Post-Revolution Tunisians Return to RiotingNearly two years after the Jasmine Revolution brought down the government, Tunisians are still not satisfied. Rioting renewed this week.
Tunisians to Sue Israel over Killing of TerroristTwo lawyers from Tunisia plan to sue Israel for the 1988 assassination of terrorist Abu Jihad, who was a deputy to Yasser Arafat.
Libyans, Tunisia Cop Planned Kidnapping JewA gang of Libyans and a Tunisian police officer planned to kidnap a young Jew as hostage for ransom. Official claims 'no religious intent.'
Tunisia: 5 Arrested in Plot to Kidnap JewFour Libyans, Tunisian policeman suspected of plotting to kidnap a young Jew and hold him for ransom.
Tunisia Extends State of Emergency Due to Islamist AttacksRadical Islamist attacks have prompted Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki to extend the country's state of emergency through January.
France Expels Anti-Semitic Tunisian ImamFrance expels Mohammed Hammami, an imam accused of anti-Semitism and of calling to "violent jihad" against women.
Tunisian Leader Planning Slow Islamist TakeoverHidden camera video shows Rashid al-Ghannushi advising Salafists on taking control of state.
Dangerous to Oppose 'Moderate' Islamist Tunisian Gov'tA video shows an opposition party official was dragged along the ground and beaten to death by a pro-government mob in Tunisia last week.
US Urges Tunisia to Charge Embassy AttackersThe U.S. government has urged Tunisia to bring those who attacked the American Embassy to trial.
Children's Magazine Sued for Homemade Molotov Cocktail GuideA Tunisian children’s magazine is facing a lawsuit for publishing detailed, step-by-step instruction guide on how to make Molotov cocktails.
Tunisia Bans Friday Protests Following Mohammed CartoonsTunisia to ban all demonstrations on Friday, after receiving a tip-off about preparations for violence over cartoons of Mohammed.
'Kill American Diplomats' Over Video, Al Qaeda UrgesAl Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula called Saturday for Muslims around the world to murder American diplomats around the world.
Anti-US Violence Spreads Across Mideast RegionAnti-American violence is spreading across the Middle East, with mobs rioting at US missions in Tunisia, Sudan and Morocco.
Teen Dies of Self-Immolation in GazaA teenager has died after self-immolating in Gaza to protest economic hardship in the Hamas terrorist-ruled region.
French Councillor, Family Beaten in Tunisia for Summer ClothesA French city council member says his family cut short a visit last week to Tunisia after being beaten because of their summer clothes.
Tunisian Leadership: 'No Normalization with Israel'The leading party in Tunisia's government has reiterated its opposition to normalization of ties with Israel.
Former Tunisian President Sentenced to Life in PrisonTunisian court sentences former President Ben Ali to life in prison for his role in the deaths of protesters during last year's uprising.
Fierce Riots in Tunisia Over Artistic 'Insult' to IslamThousands of Tunisians rioted in their capital city Tuesday over an art exhibition they claimed posed an “insult” to Islam.
Tunisia to Extradite Libya's Ex-PM Back to TripoliTunisia has agreed to extradite former Prime Minister Al-Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi back to his homeland to face charges of treason.
Radical Islamic Rally in Tunisia Amid Anti-Semitic ChantsThousands of Salafists marched on Kairouan in Central Tunisia, chanting, “Jews, Jews, the army of Mohammed is back.”
Tunisia's Jasmine Revolution Fighters Arrive in SyriaIt's a year and five months after Tunisia's Jasmine Revolution, and five Tunisians have been killed – in the Syrian revolution, that is.
Israel Raises Travel Warnings to Tunisia Prior to Lag B'OmerIsrael's National Security Council increased travel warnings to Tunisia following reports of attacks on Israeli or Jewish targets in country