TUNIS (Reuters) - As the crowds gathered outside the ornate, colonial-era theater in Tunis’ Bourguiba Street after exit polls declared a landslide election win for Kais Saied late on Sunday, Amel Bahrini
Tunisia's newly elected president Kais Saied won by a landslide and offers new hope that ailing economy will be fixed. Tunisia's president-elect Kais Saied won the first landslide victory since the 2011
TUNIS (Reuters) - An attacker killed a French citizen and wounded a soldier with a knife in northern Tunisia on Monday, state media quoted the Interior Ministry as saying. Interior Ministry spokesman Hayouni
TUNIS (Reuters) - Kais Saied, a political outsider who is backed by Islamists and leftist and wants to remake national politics, won a landslide victory in Tunisia’s presidential election which he hailed
TUNIS (Reuters) - Thousands of supporters of presidential candidate Kais Saied thronged the grand boulevards of central Tunis in celebration late on Sunday after two exit polls said he was elected by landslide.
TUNIS, Oct 13 (Reuters) - A Tunisian presidential election exit poll conducted by Sigma Consulting projected a landslide win for independent candidate Kais Saied on Sunday, saying he had taken 76.9% of
TUNIS (Reuters) - A retired law professor with an awkward public manner, little money, no political party and a commitment to an experimental form of direct democracy looks set to be Tunisia’s new president.
TUNIS, Oct 13 (Reuters) - The holding of Tunisian presidential candidate Nabil Karoui in pre-trial detention for weeks before Sunday’s election has raised concern about the vote despite his release on
It is Saturday, October 12, in the small rural town of Echamine, around 20km south of Tunis. The next day, the country will vote in the second round of a presidential election pitting Nabil Karoui against
TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — A media mogul and a former law professor who are vying to be Tunisia's next president sparred during a televised debate over how to fight terrorism and poverty — and then they cordially
TUNIS (Reuters) - If he wins Sunday’s election, media mogul Nabil Karoui will only have to stroll up one of Tunisia’s most expensive streets to move from his own home into the presidential palace. For