- Tunisia detains 30, identifies bomber after attack Updated: Nov-26-15 3:29 pm
TUNIS, Tunisia - Tunisian authorities have detained 30 people suspected of having extremism links after a suicide bombing targeting presidential guards, and identified the bomber as a local street vendor.
- Time change for soccer final in Tunisia following attack Updated: Nov-26-15 7:50 am
CAIRO - Tunisian organizers have been allowed to change the kickoff time for a continental cup final this weekend to give fans the chance to attend after a state of emergency was declared and a curfew imposed because of Tuesday's deadly bomb attack.
- The Latest: US condemns Tunisia attack, offers its help Updated: Nov-25-15 10:38 am
BEIRUT - The latest on an explosion that targeted a bus carrying Tunisian presidential guards in the capital, Tunis. All times local.
- IS claims Tunisia attack, suspected bomber's body found Updated: Nov-25-15 10:33 am
TUNIS, Tunisia - The body of a suspected suicide bomber was found at the scene of an attack on Tunisia's presidential guard, and the Islamic State group claimed responsibility Wednesday for the attack that left 13 people dead.
- Ancient Jewish community endures on Tunisian isle Updated: Nov-25-15 2:58 am
DJERBA, Tunisia - When school lets out, the streets around the ancient synagogue on this Tunisian island fill with rambunctious boys wearing Jewish kippahs and girls in long skirts, shouting to each other in Hebrew, Arabic and French.
- Tunisia declares state of emergency after bus blast kills 12 Updated: Nov-24-15 7:31 pm
TUNIS, Tunisia - Tunisia's president declared a 30-day state of emergency across the country and imposed an overnight curfew for the capital Tuesday after an explosion struck a bus carrying members of the presidential guard, killing at least 12 people and wounding 20 others.
- Large number of security forces deployed in Tunis Updated: Nov-18-15 1:05 pm
TUNIS, Tunisia - Security forces have been deployed in unusually high numbers in downtown Tunis.
- Kerry offers support to struggling Tunisia Updated: Nov-13-15 12:04 pm
TUNIS, Tunisia - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Friday pledged expanded economic and security support for Tunisia to help it cement democratic gains made since its revolution heralded the dawn of the 2011 Arab Spring.