Another cable detailed the private investments and holdings of the tunisian ruling family.
Neither tunisian nor Egyptian rebels formed such an umbrella group.
When the tunisian protests began, many commentators rushed to caution that Tunisia was an exception.
One man waved a Cuban flag with an image of Ché Guevara, another waved the tunisian flag, and several waved Syrian flags.
Some 10,000 expats voted here as part of the tunisian diaspora.
tunisian or point lace forms a very good edging to a mantelboard, and when a foot deep, or nearly so, it is extremely handsome.
In an evil hour the King was persuaded to attack the tunisian Caliph.
Charles V was in Rome, radiant with the glory of his tunisian conquest, and warmly supporting the demands of his brother-in-law.
Leather footstools, covered with tunisian thread-work, lay beside them.
Thoroughly understanding the Arab character, from the very outset he took a high hand in his dealings with the tunisian ruler.
Note: In the sixth century b.c., Tunisia became the center of power for the city of Carthage.
Note: Tunisia was a French protectorate from 1881 to 1956, when it achieved independence.