EXCLUSIVE: President Kais Saied, “poor Tunisians are thrown into sea, while on land crocodiles shed false tears”

The President of the Republic of Tunisia, Qais Saied, during a meeting with the Governor of the Central Bank, Marwan Abbasi, at the Palace of


Afghanistan, Taliban offensive on the large centers of Herat, Lashkar Gah and Kandahar

The commitment signed in Doha by the Taliban, which guaranteed a negotiated approach towards an at least partial return to power, does not seem to


EXCLUSIVE: Sophiane Ben Farhat, “Ennahdha and the murderous government responsible for Covid 19 deaths in Tunisia”

Ennhadha executives, such as Radwane Masmoudi, say ‘it’s a coup, don’t donate the vaccines to Tunisia’ after the international community and the European Union started helping us with vaccines and medical oxygen. Tunisian journalist Sofiane Ben Farhat exposes the direct responsibilities of Ghannouchi and the deputies of Ennahdha in the tremendous health crisis Tunisia was experiencing before July 25.


US probes allegations of Qatari financing of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps

The US Department of States has reportedly launched an investigation into allegations of the Israeli government that Qatar’s royal family has provided fundings to Iran’s


EXCLUSIVE : Why is it wrong to consider Ennahdha as a moderate movement?

In Tunisia, the Muslim Brotherhood party, Ennahdha, founded by Rachid Ghannouchi in 1981, is experiencing its worst days. After the President of the Republic Kais


Morocco and Israel never so close after inauguration of direct flights

On July 25, the first commercial aircraft landed at Marrakech airport to fly direct between Israel and Morocco. After seven months of diplomatic normalization, a


US sanctions Syrian prisons, Assad regime officials over human rights abuses

The United States on Wednesday imposed sanctions on eight prisons in Syria, officials who run them, and armed groups and leaders over human rights abuses.


At least 57 migrants died in a shipwreck off the coast of Libya. Survivors: “Among the victims 20 women and two children”

Safa Msehli, the spokesperson for IOM, took Twitter to say that at least 57 migrants, including twenty women and two children, lost their lives in


UN rights council appoints 3-member commission to probe abuses in Israel-Palestine conflict

UN Human Rights Council has announced the appointment of three members to the Commission of Inquiry (COI) on the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem,


Tunisia gets rid of Islamists, Prime Minister Mechichi sacked and Parliament suspended

The Tunisian crisis has come to a showdown. President Kais Saied has invoked Article 80 of the Constitution and dissolved the government of Hichem Mechichi,