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Tunisia ruling party suspends prime minister's membership

15 September, 2018

The move is the latest escalation in a row between Prime Minister Youssef Chahed and the president's son.

Tunisia struggles to host refugees saved at sea

15 September, 2018

Most refugees who reached Tunisia illegally hope to head to Europe as they struggle to survive in the country's only migrant centre.

Tunisia-Libya border reopening sparks hope for locals

14 September, 2018

Cross-border activity is back to normal after the reopening of the Tunisian-Libyan border, amid an ongoing commercial dispute between the two states, reports Alessandra Bajec.

Pakistan face arch-rivals India in football clash

13 September, 2018

After three years without international football due to terrorism and politics, Pakistan's national team has brought some pride to their country and fans.

UAE 'instructed Yemen's Saleh to ally with Houthis'

12 September, 2018

Former spokesperson for late Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh has claimed that the UAE instructed him to form an alliance with the Houthi rebels.

Rockets land at Tripoli's only working airport

11 September, 2018

The missiles forced at least one Libyan Airlines flight to be diverted to Misrata airport.

Tunisia ex-leader Marzouki blasts 'stupidly oppressive' Egypt regime

10 September, 2018

The former president of Tunisia has made a scathing attack against Egypt's leader, after a lawyer moved to ban Moncef Marzouki from visiting the country.

The West's love affair with Saudi Arabia must end

07 September, 2018

Comment: The West must stop turning a blind eye to Saudi Arabia's human rights abuses and take a more harsh approach towards the kingdom, writes Sophia Akram.

Tunisia demands Italy release fishermen detained for 'rescuing migrants'

07 September, 2018

Six Tunisian fishermen, who insist they were helping a sinking migrant boat, could face 15 years in Italian jail for facilitating illegal immigration.

Katanec heads Iraq: This week in Middle East football

06 September, 2018

A Slovenian football superstar has been signed up as the head coach of the Lions of Mesopotamia in a three-year contract thought to be worth $1.2m per year.

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