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Tunisian Political Deal Brings an End to Islamist Government

Tunisia's political rivals have agreed on a timetable for the Islamist coalition to quit and be replaced by a government of independents.Elad Benari, 10/6/2013, 6:31 AM

Tunisia: Islamist Government Agrees to Step Down

Tunisia’s Islamist-led government to be replaced by caretaker government following talks with secular opposition.Maayana Miskin, 9/29/2013, 12:52 PM

Tunisian President: What Happened in Egypt Won't Happen Here

Tunisia’s President Moncef Marzouki rules out the risk of Tunisia's elected authorities being deposed.Elad Benari, 7/5/2013, 3:14 AM

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.Chana Ya'ar, 7/4/2013, 12:54 PM

Post-Revolution Tunisians Return to Rioting

Nearly two years after the Jasmine Revolution brought down the government, Tunisians are still not satisfied. Rioting renewed this week.Chana Ya'ar, 12/2/2012, 9:23 AM

Tunisia Extends State of Emergency Due to Islamist Attacks

Radical Islamist attacks have prompted Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki to extend the country's state of emergency through January.Chana Ya'ar, 11/1/2012, 1:12 PM

Dangerous to Oppose 'Moderate' Islamist Tunisian Gov't

A video shows an opposition party official was dragged along the ground and beaten to death by a pro-government mob in Tunisia last week. Chana Ya'ar, 10/21/2012, 2:08 PM

Tunisian Leadership: 'No Normalization with Israel'

The leading party in Tunisia's government has reiterated its opposition to normalization of ties with Israel.Chana Ya'ar, 7/17/2012, 5:36 PM

Fierce Riots in Tunisia Over Artistic 'Insult' to Islam

Thousands of Tunisians rioted in their capital city Tuesday over an art exhibition they claimed posed an “insult” to Islam.Chana Ya'ar, 6/13/2012, 9:47 AM

Suicide Bombing in Yemen Bad Sign for Obama

Mammoth suicide bombing in Yemen Monday is another blow to Obama’s attempt to show the Arab world democracy works. Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu, 5/21/2012, 12:52 PM

Tunisia's Jasmine Revolution Fighters Arrive in Syria

It's a year and five months after Tunisia's Jasmine Revolution, and five Tunisians have been killed – in the Syrian revolution, that is. Chana Ya'ar, 5/16/2012, 5:21 PM

Fatah Leader Snubs Tunisia Celebration

Fatah/PLO/PA head Mahmoud Abbas is skipping the celebration of Tunisia's Jasmine Revolution, citing prior commitments. It's a direct snub.Chana Ya'ar, 1/12/2012, 11:42 AM

Egyptian Prosecutor Seeks Death for Mubarak

Egypt's prosecutor seeks death by hanging for former President Hosni Mubarak, his sons Gamal and Ala'a, and his former Interior Minister. Chana Ya'ar, 1/5/2012, 4:35 PM

Mubarak Trial Resumes in Cairo

The trial of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has resumed in Cairo, with a verdict in the case possible before the end of the monthChana Ya'ar, 1/2/2012, 9:04 PM

Indonesian Student to Ignite Another Jasmine Revolution?

Could an Indonesian student ignite a second "Jasmine Revolution" after immolating himself in front of the presidential palace in Jakarta?Chana Ya'ar, 12/11/2011, 11:13 AM

Tunisia Extends State of Emergency

The nation that gave birth to the Jasmine Revolution and the Arab Spring has just extended its state of emergency for the rest of the year.Chana Ya'ar, 11/30/2011, 10:15 AM

Tunisian Police Stage 'Jasmine Revolution' II

Tunisian police may be staging their own "Jasmine Revolution" in a protest against the interim prime minister.Chana Ya'ar, 9/11/2011, 8:56 AM

Former Tunisia Security Chief Begs Forgiveness in Court

Former Tunisian security chief Ali al-Seriati begged the forgiveness of the Tunisian people Wednesday while appearing in court.Chana Ya'ar, 8/11/2011, 4:36 PM

Tunisian Unrest Continues: Police Station Torched

Protesters torched a police station in a western suburb of the Tunisian capital as unrest continues in the North African country. Chana Ya'ar, 7/17/2011, 4:57 PM

Tunisian Dictator Sentenced in Absentia to 35 Years in Prison

Former Tunisian President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali was sentenced in absentia Tuesday by a judge in the capital, Tunis, to 35 years in prison.Chana Ya'ar, 6/22/2011, 11:36 AM

Tunisia: Jasmine Revolution, Part II?

Tunis and surrounds are back under curfew after three days of protests appeared to renew the Jasmine Revolution in Tunisia. Chana Ya'ar, 5/8/2011, 6:33 PM

After Lebanon, Tunisia: Ben Ali Flees to Saudi Arabia

President Zine Abedine Ben Ali lost his bid to cling to power in Tunisia. A domino effect after Lebanon?Dr. Amiel Ungar and Rachel Sylvetsky, 1/16/2011, 8:19 AM