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Tunisia is a country located in the Northern Africa and lies between latitudes 34° 0' N, and longitudes 9° 00' E.



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Where is Tunisia
About Tunisia Location Map: Map showing where is Tunisia located on the world map? Tunisia is located in the northern part of Africa continent.
Tunisia map also shows that it shares its international boundaries with Libya in the south-east and Algeria in the west. Besides, Mediterranean Sea lies in the north.
The capital city of Tunisia is Tunis located in the north-east. The government type of Tunisia is a republic organized under a constitution. Under this political system, the president is the chief of state and prime minister is the head of government. Tunisia is a member of the Arab League and the African Union.
Moreover, the economy of the country is largely depends upon agriculture, mining, manufacturing, and petroleum products. However tourism is also one of the growing industries in the country and hence it is a considerable source of nation’s income.

Tunisia is the Arab world’s most successful democracy, and recently completed its first free presidential elections and a peaceful rotation of political power.

Facts about Tunisia


CountryTunisia
Continent Africa
Capital Tunis
Largest City Tunis
Neighboring Countries Algeria, Libya
Administrative divisions24 governorates
Area 163,610 sq km (63,170 sq miles)
Population of Tunisia10.89 million (2013)

Tunisia Museum Attack Updates:



Gunmen in military uniforms killed 23 people on Wednesday, March 18, 2015, in a midday attack on a museum in downtown Tunis, dealing a new blow to the tourist industry that is vital to Tunisia as it struggles to consolidate the only transition to democracy after the Arab Spring revolts.

At least 44 people from Italy, France, Japan, South Africa, Poland, Belgium and Russia were wounded, officials said.

ISLAMIC State has claimed responsibility for the deadly terrorist attack at Tunisia's national museum as nine people have been arrested.

Tunisian authorities have arrested nine people suspected of helping the two gunmen who mounted a deadly attack on a museum in Tunis, the office of the Tunisian president said on Thursday.

Japan confirms deaths of 3 nationals in Tunisia attack

One British woman killed in museum shooting

Tourists from Poland and France among those killed, as Tunisian PM says one of gunmen was known to intelligence services before the attack

Tunisian troops arrested two family members of an Islamist militant who attacked a museum killing 20 tourists.

UN Security Council Condemns Tunisia Attack

A Spanish couple and a Tunisian security guard were found alive today after hiding for 24 hours in the Tunisian museum where gunmen massacred 22 people Wednesday, officials said.

Friends of Australian man Javier Camelo, killed in a terrorist attack in Tunisia, pay tribute on Facebook

Tunisia faces 'war against terrorism', says President Essebsi

Islamic State blamed for Tunisia attack after killing of Libyan cell leader

Poland Sends Doctors to Help Poles Hurt in Tunisia

Source: Various Media Report