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Tunisia Old History

Tunisia is an independent nation in Northern Africa. With the capital city of Tunis, Tunisia 2020 population is estimated at 11,818,630 according to countryaah. Several great powers have ruled in the area that is today Tunisia. After the fall of the city of Carthage in the 100s before the Christian era, the area was incorporated… Read More »

All About Tunisia Country

Brief information Small Tunisia is a real African pearl on the Mediterranean coast. Even the ancient Romans appreciated all the charms of this country, and therefore tried to capture it. Tunisia has a lot of historical sights and beautiful Mediterranean beaches. Geography of Tunisia Tunisia is located in North Africa. In the west, Tunisia borders… Read More »

Science and Culture of Tunisia

During World War II, Tunisia was first under the rule of the Vichy government of France (1940-42), then under the Italo-German occupiers (November 1942 – May 1943). Bey Moncef’s entourage (1942–43) created the “independent” nationalist government of Mohammed Shenik. In May 1943, as a result of the Allies in the anti-Hitler coalition, the United States… Read More »

Tunisia Archaeology

Numerous and notable discoveries made in the last ten years, through an intense work of excavation, make it possible to update the information given to the Byzantine voices (VII, p. 120); carthage (IX, p. 216); adrumeto (I, p. 557); zamak (XXXV, p. 872); etc. Punic archaeology. – In Carthage P. Cintas has since 1944 conducted a… Read More »

The Arab Spring: Ten Years Later Part 2

4: Syria – nightmare story While Tunisia could rule against democracy without significant outside interference, Syria was interesting to several other states. Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Qatar supported the uprising, as did the United States, Britain and France, while Russia and Iran sided with Assad. Neighboring Israel also reacted when Iranian-hired militia groups approached their… Read More »

The Arab Spring: Ten Years Later Part 1

It is now ten years since the Arab Spring swept over several countries in the Middle East. Does it have more democracy? What was the Arab Spring? Why did Tunisia do so well? Why was there a civil war in Syria? Did the result become more or less democracy? On December 17, 2010, the Tunisian… Read More »