#AFROFOOTBALL - November 2019 - AFRICAN FOOTBALL STORIES IN SHORT

The latest African football stories in short for November

30 Nov 2019
FIFA RANKING - JULY 2019 FOR AFRICA

African champions Algeria are biggest climbers in latest Fifa rankings

27 Jul 2019
2019 AFRICA CUP - Third Place - Day 20 - Tunisia VS Nigeria - 0:1

Nigeria beat Tunisia

15 Jul 2019
2019 AFRICA CUP - SEMI-FINALS - DAY 19 - Senegal VS Tunisia - 1:0


Senegal beat Tunisia to rech Africa Cup Final

14 Jul 2019
2019 AFRICA CUP - QUARTER-FINALS - DAY 18 - Madagascar VS Tunisia - 0:3

Tunisa progress to Semi-Finals

11 Jul 2019
2019 AFRICA CUP - LAST SIXTEEN - DAY 16 - Ghana VS Tunisia - 4:5

Ghana lost after penalty shootout

8 Jul 2019
2019 AFRICA CUP - GROUP E - DAY 12 - Mauritania vs Tunisia - 0:0

Tunisia held by Mauritania

2 Jul 2019
2019 AFRICA CUP - GROUP E - DAY 08 - Tunisia vs Mali - 1:1

A draw between Tunisia and Mali

28 Jun 2019
2019 AFRICA CUP - GROUP E - DAY 04 - Tunisia VS Angola - 1:1

 Tunisia held by Angola

24 Jun 2019
AFRICAN CHAMPIONS LEAGUE 2019 - FINALS - 2ND LEG - RESULT

Esperance awarded win after Wydad VAR controversy

1 Jun 2019

‪Tunisia‬
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 5/2014


Tunisia is the northernmost country in Africa and, at almost 165,000 square kilometres (64,000 sq mi) in area, the smallest country in the Maghreb region of North Africa.

It is bordered by Algeria to the west, Libya to the southeast and the Mediterranean Sea to the north and east.

As of 2013, its population is estimated at just under 10.8 million.

Its name is derived from its capital city, Tunis, located on the country's northeast coast.

Geographically, Tunisia contains the eastern end of the Atlas Mountains and the northern reaches of the Sahara desert. Much of the rest of the country's land is fertile soil.

Its 1,300 kilometres (810 mi) of coastline includes the African conjunction of the western and eastern parts of the Mediterranean Basin and, by means of the Sicilian Strait and Sardinian Channel, features the African mainland's second and third nearest points to Europe after Gibraltar.

Tunisia has an association agreement with the European Union and is a member of La Francophonie, the Arab Maghreb Union, the Arab League and the African Union.

Close relations with Europe - in particular, with France - have been forged through economic cooperation, privatisation and industrial modernization.

In 2011, a revolution resulted in the overthrow of the autocratic President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali followed by the country's first free elections.

Since then, Tunisia has been consolidating its young democracy.

 

Tunisian Republic - al-Jumhūriyyah at-Tūnisiyyah

Motto: "Ḥurriyyah, Niẓām, ‘Adālah" - "Liberty, Order, Justice"
Anthem: Humat al-Hima - Defenders 

Capital and largest city: Tunis (36°50′N 10°9′E)

Official languages: Arabic

Spoken languages:
• Tunisian
• Arabic
• French
• Berber

Ethnic groups (2003):
• 97% Arab-Berber
•  3% others

Demonym: Tunisian

Government: Unitary semi-presidential republic
• President
• Prime Minister

Legislature: Constituent Assembly

Formation: Husainid Dynasty inaugurated: 15 July 1705 
Independence from France: 20 March 1956 
Republic declared: 25 July 1957 
Revolution Day: 14 January 2011 

Area:
• Total: 163,610 km2 (93rd) - 63,170 sq mi
• Water (%): 5.0

Population: 2012 estimate 10,777,500[3] (77th)
Density: 63/km2 (133rd) - 163/sq mi

GDP (PPP): 2012 estimate
• Total: $105.347 billion
• Per capita: $9,774

Currency: Tunisian dinar (TND)

Time zone: CET (UTC+1)

Drives on the right

Calling code: +216

ISO 3166 code: TN

Internet TLD: .tn