Cannes Palme d'Or winner Blue is the Warmest Colour opened in France and Belgium on Wednesday to an ecstatic critical reception despite being dogged by controversy in the six months since ...
Tunisia's Minister of Culture says he will withdraw a lawsuit against an actor who threw an egg at him last month -- but only if he receives an apology.
A former French ambassador to Tunisia is under investigation after he was caught carrying large amounts of money in a Paris train station in late July.
In this week's African Media, RFI talks to Kamal Labidi about the recent arrest of a TV journalist in Tunisia. Labidi is a founding member of the civil rights organization Vigilance.
The Malian elections, the protests in Tunisia and the Boko Haram attack in Nigeria, headline the African press today.
Left wing daily Libération headlines with what it calls “the second act of the Arab spring”, comparing what it describes as the “chaotic situation” in Cairo to the ...
Tunisia is in turmoil after the assassination of a second opposition leader.
France has granted political asylum to the leader of the Femen topless protest movement. Ukrainian Inna Shevchenko faces prosecution in her home country
Friday’s newspapers are dominated by reactions to the ousting of the Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi.
French President Francois Hollande arrived on Thursday in Tunisia, where the Arab Spring began, on a visit which is likely to be dominated by the turmoil in Egypt and its wider implications.