Designated Tunisian Prime Minister: The current political scene does not allow the formation of a party coalition government

Map. History of Tunisia conflict

19 January 2020
Designated Tunisian Prime Minister: The current political scene does not allow the formation of a party coalition government
Tunisian media: The Prime Minister-designate Habib El-Gamly announces the agreement with the President of the Republic on the defense and foreign portfolios
The Tunisian presidency announces the extension of the state of emergency in the country for a month
2 week ago
Tunisia arrested a suspected jihadist that was planning to attack the Police HQ in Hammamet on NYE
A statement by the Tunisian Presidency: We refuse to be a member of any alliance or coalition
The Tunisian Workers Union condemns the calls for war in Libya, which some countries are beating their war drums
Libyan Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha warns "Tunis & Algiers will fall if Tripoli falls" into the hands of Haftar & allies
Turkish Air Force A400M TUAF131 departed Tunis Tunisia
GNA Interior Minister Bashagha from Tunisia: Libya, Tunisia, Turkey and Algeria will engage in massive cooperation efforts in the coming days. There will be an alliance that aims to serve the people and the countries
3 week ago
The Qatari-Tunisian Joint Military Committee held its third meeting Wednesday in the presence of HE the Chief of Staff of Qatari Armed Forces Lieutenant General (Pilot) Ghanem bin Shaheen al-Ghanim and Inspector General of the Tunisian Armed Forces Brigadier General Abdelmoneim Belati
Erdogan from Tunisia: There are 5 thousand Sudanese and Russian militiamen who joined the fighting in Libya
The Turkish President: Tunisia, Algeria and Qatar must participate in the Berlin conference to resolve the Libyan crisis
President Erdogan and his Tunisian counterpart Kais Saied hold a joint press briefing in capital Tunis, Tunisia. Erdogan says the two discussed possible steps for ceasefire in Libya
Local turmoil not only shaking Libya but also neighboring countries like Tunisia, says Turkish President Erdogan
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan meets recently elected Tunisian President Kais Saied on a day visit to Tunisian capital Tunis
Turkey President Erdogan lands in Tunisia in unannounced visit, will meet its new president
Minutes after Turkish government A340 TC-CAN and just before second Turkish government plane A319, Haftar/LNA Libya related Dassault Falcon 50EX P4-BAA out of Benghazi is also landing to Tunis Carthage
Turkish Government A340 & A319 flew from Ankara Esenboğa to Tunis Carthage. Very likely Turkish vice-president arrived to Tunis
Misratan MP and Interior Minister of the GNA, Fathi Bashaga met in Tunis the UK ambassador to Libya, Martin Reynolds to discuss prospects for joint security cooperation between the two countries to fight terrorism and illegal immigration.
Tunisian Foreign Ministry: We call on the Security Council and the international parties to take responsibility for stopping the systematic attacks of Israeli forces on the Palestinian people
Tunisia: Rached Ghannouchi, historical leader of Ennahdha, elected president of Parliament
TV producer Sami Fehri has been arrested and placed in pre-trial detention on corruption charges. Tunisia
Tunisian president relieves defense and foreign ministers of their duties
The inauguration ceremony of the new Tunisian president, Kais Said, begins in parliament
Buffon: Qais Said got 72.71 percent
President of the Independent High Electoral Commission of Tunisia announces the final results of the presidential elections
Tunisian presidential candidate Nabil Karoui congratulates his opponent KaisSaied after Sunday's election and offers him support- Statement
Tunisian television announced that "Kais Said" won the presidential elections
Tunisia - Polling stations open to vote in presidential elections
Presidential candidate Nabil Karoui: We will work to bring investments to Tunisia
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