African football: The state of play amid coronavirus pandemic
Top African football officials will hold a video conference Tuesday to discuss the way forward amid the coronavirus pandemic, which halted football last March
Tunisia protesters, police clash anew in deprived south
Tunisian youths clashed with police overnight in a town in Tunisia's deprived south, where a protest movement is demanding jobs and services, the interior ministry said Wednesday.
Post-Coronavirus Travel Bucket List: The Arab World
Like millions of people currently under lockdown across the world, you are probably wondering when the pandemic will end so that life can become normal again. There are so many things to do as well as many places to explore. For this bucket list, we would explore the Arab world. The Arab world mainly consists…
Tunisia extends curfew, promises easing from early May
Tunisia's Prime Minister Elyes Fakhfakh has announced that a lockdown to fight the spread of coronavirus will be extended to May 3 before it is progressively eased.
Tunisia arrests five over attack near US embassy
Five people have been arrested in Tunisia over a double suicide attack that killed a police officer near the US embassy in Tunis last week, the prosecution said Tuesday.
Contact tracing: No fresh case of COVID-19 as FG monitors 61 contacts
The Federal Government says there is no new fresh case from 61 contacts of the index case of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the country. The Minister of Health, Dr Osagie Ehanire, at a media update on COVID-19 in Abuja on Friday
Brexit may present Nigeria mixed trade opportunities
The recently concluded deal on Britain’s exit of the European Union, popularly called Brexit, may present Nigeria with transaction uncertainty relative to existing modus operandi
Quadri, Assar rekindle rivalry as ATF names Top 16 Cup gladiators
The table tennis continental ruling body, African Table Tennis Federation (ATTF), has named the 32 contestants that will battle for honours at the 2020 Top 16 Cup holding in Tunis