Five Years After the Jasmine Revolution, Detainees Are Still Being Tortured in Tunisia
Amnesty International accuses Tunisian law enforcement of abusing new counterterrorism legislation and committing human rights violations.
Britain Told it Has a Responsibility to Help Protect Tunisia from the Islamic State
Tunisia's Prime Minister, Habib Essid, has claimed that UK military action is partly to blame for the current "chaos" in neighboring Libya, blaming the instability on Western intervention there in 2011.
Tunisia Is Building a Wall Along Libyan Border to Keep Out Terrorists
The barrier, which would cover about a third of the border with trenches and sand fortifications, is intended to “stop terrorists groups from infiltrating" following a spate of attacks.
Tunisian Officials Detain Eight and Hunt Three Men Allegedly Involved in Sousse Massacre
Authorities have tightened security at tourist sites in an attempt to reassure visitors in the wake of the Tunisian beach resort attack.
Gunman Opens Fire at Tunisian Military Barracks Near Parliament
Tunisian officials say the attacker, who shot dead six people before killing himself, was a soldier with "behavioral issues" who was forbidden from carrying a weapon.