Tunisian Appeals Court Hands Down Harsher Sentences to 2012 US Embassy Attackers
The US had criticized an earlier verdict for its leniency towards those involved in protests over the US-made film Innocence of Muslims.
Tunisia Has Approved a New Coalition Government — But Not Everybody's Happy About It
The inclusion of Islamist party Ennahda has drawn opposition from leftist and secular parties — including the prime minister-designate's own Nidaa Tounes — and warnings that the alliance of rivals won't last.
Tunisia's First Presidential Elections Since the Arab Spring are Headed to a Run-Off
With a second round set for December, frontrunner Béji Caïd Essebsi leads by a slim margin against incumbent president Moncef Marzouki in the historical election.