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Pandemic impact on Tunisia tourism 'catastrophic'

26 September, 2020

A Tunisian official said that sixty percent of hotels have not opened this year and are at risk of permanently shutting their doors.

Lebanon on verge of another garbage crisis, warns HRW

24 September, 2020

Last month's explosion generated huge amounts of debris while causing serious damage to the Lebanon's waste management infrastructure

Tunisia picks up 246 refugees at sea over night

22 September, 2020

Tunisia said that naval patrols had intercepted 19 boats carrying a total of 246 people seeking to cross from the North African nation to Europe overnight Saturday to Sunday alone.

Ammar 808: Tunisia's sonic mastermind returns with fusion electronica

17 September, 2020

The New Arab Meets: Tunisian electronic producer Ammar 808, whose new album blends the pulsating sounds of the Maghreb and south India.

Ireland's growing influence in the Middle East

16 September, 2020

Unburdened by the colonial legacies dogging other countries in Western Europe, Ireland has received a warm reception in the Arab world.

Saudi Arabia is the world's most dangerous cyber bully

15 September, 2020

Comment: With disinformation, intimidation of critics, and an array of fake accounts, Saudi Arabia has successfully turned Twitter into a weapon of authoritarian rule, writes disinformation expert, Marc Owen Jones.

Syria drone strike kills top Tunisian jihadist

15 September, 2020

A drone strike believed to have been carried out by the United States in northwestern Syria.

Heavy rains kill six in Tunisia

11 September, 2020

Three children are among six killed in six days of heavy rains across Tunisia

IS claims knife killing of Tunisian National Guard

07 September, 2020

In a statement, IS said its "fighters" had carried out the Tunisia attack.

Tunisian officer stabbed to death, authorities kill 3 'terrorists'

06 September, 2020

The attack took place in the tourist district of the city of Sousse, where 38 people, most of them Britons, were killed in a 2015 beachside shooting rampage.

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