Topic: Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali

Screenshot of ″Hallo... Jeddah″ trailer produced by the commercial channel Attessia with caricatures of Ben Ali (right), the impressionist Migalo and presenter Mekki Helal

Tunisia's TV spoof

Look who's coming to dinner!

Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi (centre), Ennahda leader Rachid al-Ghannouchi (left) and Vice-President Abdelfattah Mourou (right) at the Ennahda party conference (photo: FETHI BELAID/AFP/Getty Images)

10th conference of the Tunisian Ennahda Party

Farewell to political Islam?

Demonstrating against corruption and cronyism in Tunis (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/M. Messara)

Corruption in Tunisia

Why look to Panama?

The Tunisian legal scholar Slim Laghmani (photo: private)

Interview with Slim Laghmani on Tunisia′s national crisis

″We′re halfway there″

La Manouba university in Tunis (photo: Deutsche Welle/M. Marwa)

Higher education in Tunisia

The vestiges of spring

Graffiti of a veiled woman holding a mirror (photo: Sarah Mersch)

″Art of Freedom. Freedom of Art″ in Tunisia

Carving out a niche between terror and bureaucracy

Houcine Abbassi from the UGTT (photo: Reuters)

Tunisia's union leader Houcine Abbassi

The intermediary

Demonstration against "business amnesty legislation" planned by the government in the capital Tunis (photo: Sarah Mersch)

Planned ″business amnesty legislation″ in Tunisia

Tunisia: sweeping history under the carpet rather than confronting the past?

Tunisian writer Shukri al-Mabkhout (photo: Dar al-Tanweer)

Shukri al-Mabkhout's novel "The Italian"


Failure in the police state

Protests in Tunis against the trial of blogger Yassine Ayari in a military court (photo: AFP/Fethi Belaid)

The Tunisian judiciary

Piecemeal change as reform stalls

Members of the Tunisian Islamist group Ansar al-Sharia (photo: picture-alliance/AP)

Radical Islamist groups in Tunisia

Tunisian-style jihad

Tunisians take to the streets to demonstrate against terrorism on 20 March 2015 (photo: Reuters/Mili)

After the attack on the Bardo Museum


Tunisia's darkest hour

Farah Hached (left) and Wahid Ferchichi at the presentation of the three-volume study "Tunisian Revolution and Security Challenges" (photo: Sarah Mersch)

NGO report on the Jasmine Revolution and security in Tunisia

How to make the transition from dictatorship to democracy

Young supporters of Tunisia's new president Beji Caid Essebsi in Tunis (photo: Getty Images/AFP/B. Tunis)

First free presidential election in Tunisia

Essebsi must now take action

Supporters of Nidaa Tounes celebrating their party's election victory in Tunis (photo: dpa)

Six lessons learned from Tunisia's recent elections

"Religion is God's, but democracy belongs to everyone!"

Supporters of Nidaa Tounes on 28.10.14 in Tunis following their party's election victory (photo: Reuters/Zoubeir Souissi)

After the first free parliamentary elections in Tunisia

New horizons or back to square one?