The 120-page manual contains 255 simple questions, ranging from "What disciplinary punishments can be imposed?" to "How often are inmates allowed access to a shower?"
Around 40 young Tunisian volunteers gather on a bare hill in the central region of Siliana. Their weekend mission -- revive a burned forest by planting Aleppo pine shoots.
With close follow-up from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and the UAE Embassy in Tunisia and with the continuous coordination of the Operation Centre at the Ministry with competent authorities, Tunisian dentist Raya Bint Al Sobhi returned to the UAE where she was reunited with her 2-month-old and 5-year-old children, after being unable to return due to flight suspension amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Calligraphy in Tunisia lacks the prominence it enjoys in some other Arab countries and its National Centre of Calligraphic Arts, created in 1994, risks closing its doors.
Pottery, basketwork and wrought-iron furniture pile up in the deserted stalls of the Oulja arts and crafts complex in Sale near the Moroccan capital Rabat.
In the US it was toilet paper, in Sri Lanka its sugar and in France, predictably, flour. The goods missing from stores reveal how the world is coping with coronavirus lockdowns.
The North African country has registered 45 deaths from the COVID-19 illness, and for several days this week saw no new infections, putting it among Mediterranean countries faring relatively well in the pandemic.
A symbol of power and prestige, the celebrated purple colour was traditionally used for royal and imperial robes, and its production, which is part of a secret guarded so closely that it disappeared hundreds of years ago.
The 46-year-old lawyer succeeds Elyes Fakhfakh, who resigned as prime minister earlier this month — but HIchem Mechichi was not one of the names proposed by the ruling political parties to President Kais Saied.