TUNIS: Tunisia’s president has sacked the country’s prime minister, who was the first woman to hold that job in an Arab League nation. A brief statement from the presidential office late Tuesday did not give reasons for the dismissal of Najla Bouden Ramadhane. President Kais Saied had appointed the engineering
A horror map has shown Europe engulfed in “unbearable” red hot heat as the continent battles a deadly heatwave. Parts of southern Europe and northwest Africa are set to swelter through record-breaking temperatures forecast in the coming days. Temperatures are set to surpass 48C in parts of Spain, France, Greece,
TUNIS: Tunisian authorities closed the offices of Islamist-inspired opposition party Ennahdha on Tuesday, a day after arresting its leader Rached Ghannouchi, a senior party official said. “A police unit showed up at the party’s main headquarters (in Tunis) and ordered everyone there to leave before closing it,” Riadh Chaibi said.
Popular Socceroos star Awer Mabil has been named the 2023 Young Australian of the Year, following in the footsteps of Matildas captain Sam Kerr who received the award in 2018. 27-year-old Mabil also received South Australia’s Young Australian of the Year award this year for his advocacy for refugee communities
As the Balenciaga “child abuse” ad scandal grows, one TikTok user has spotted more “demonic symbols” hidden in plain sight in the controversial photo-shoot. “Balenciaga on mad one,” music producer Marc Baigent captioned the video, which has already been viewed more than 2.3 million times. “Five things spotted in one
Socceroos staff and players have questioned the remarkably-brutal FIFA World Cup scheduling that means Australia basically “won’t train” before their gigantic showdown with Argentina. Coach Graham Arnold has read the riot act to his players all tournament about not celebrating, or overusing social media, with the tight schedule in Qatar
The rest of the world is still getting to know Australian football but they’re paying attention today. Former Socceroos Robbie Slater said this week we’re “the team every other nation expects to beat” but with back-to-back wins against Tunisia and Denmark we’re in the knockout stage for the first time