Tunisia lies between Libya and Algeria and has a Mediterranean coastline along its north and east. It gained independence from France in 1956.
Tunisia is a North African nation with just under 11 million people. Its capital is Tunis. After French rule, leader Habib Bourguiba promoted a secular government and advanced women's rights. In 2011, its own popular protests against corruption sparked the Arab Spring movement. This is a collection of DW's latest content on Tunisia.
The chairman of the Social Democrats (SPD) has said a comprehensive approach to the migrant crisis had to involve the return of refugees to North Africa. His words echoed sentiments made by Germany's interior minister.
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A Tunisian minister has said his government initially received the wrong details concerning Anis Amri's deportation. He said Tunisia sanctioned the deportation after German authorities had issued the correct details.
Officials in Tunisia estimate that 3,000 Tunisians have joined jihadist groups in Syria, Iraq and neighboring Libya. The United Nations puts the figure at 5,000. In the capital Tunis, people turned out to demonstrate amid fears that the fighters have returned home, bringing violence with them.