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.
Something needs to give in Tunisia: the inflation rate is seven percent. More than one in ten Tunisians is without work. Economic growth has slowed and the Tunisian dinar has been losing value since 2015. But some sectors benefit from the situation.