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country in northern Africa on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea


Tunisian dinar (TND)

tunisia
n : a republic in northwestern africa on the mediterranean coast; achieved independence from france in 1956; "southern tunisia is mostly desert" [syn: tunisia, republic of tunisia ]



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 republic of tunisia 

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Tunisia ( or ; , , ; officially the Tunisian Republic (though often called the Republic of Tunisia in English), ; ; , is a country in the Maghreb region of North Africa. It is the smallest country in North Africa by land area and is bordered by Algeria to the west, Libya to the southeast and the Mediterranean Sea to the north and east. Tunisia is the northernmost country in Africa, with the northernmost point on the African continent, Ras ben Sakka. Tunisia contains the eastern streamers of the Atlas Mountains, while the south of the country contains the northern reaches of the Sahara desert. The country's coasts represent the natural African conjunction between the Western and Eastern Mediterranean Basins, and feature the second and third nearest points of mainland Africa to Europe after Gibraltar, by means of the Sicilian Strait to the northeast and the Sardinian Channel to the northwest.

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Noun
1. a republic in northwestern Africa on the Mediterranean coast; achieved independence from France in 1956; "southern Tunisia is mostly desert"
(synonym) Republic of Tunisia
(hypernym) African country, African nation
(member-holonym) Arab League
(part-holonym) Maghreb, Mahgrib
(member-meronym) Tunisian
(part-meronym) Tunis, capital of Tunisia
(class) Zama, battle of Zama


Denizlispor & Tunisia


Birthdate: August 16, 1971
Birthplace: Bizerte, Tunisia
Height: 1.85 mts
Weight: 85 kgs
Position: Defender
International: 37 caps, 5 goals (as of July 25, 2000)
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: Esperance ST
Transfer Fee: -
Strong defender who is fast and mobile. His use of the ball is not the best but he has experience in defending the right hand side of the team. he can get forward to support the attack but is only really called upon to attack at setpieces. Moved in June 2000 to Turkish league after many succesful seasons in his team.

Etoile Sahel & Tunisia
Birthdate: January 7, 1976
Birthplace: Tunis, Tunisia
Height: 1.81 mts
Weight: 74 kgs
Position: Midfielder
International: 50 caps, 2 goals (as of August 3, 2000)
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: None
Transfer Fee: -
He runs the passing games in midfield and is often used as an outlet by the defence. He has a good shot but an uncertain scoring record and the strength of his game is in the creation of chances for others. He runs well with the ball but always looks for a passing option first.
FC Freiburg & Tunisia

Birthdate: November 16, 1972
Birthplace: Tunis, Tunisia
Height: 1.80 mts
Weight: 73 kgs
Position: Forward
International: 67 caps, 16 goals (as of July 16, 2000)
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: Club Africain, FC Nantes, Real Jaen
Transfer Fee: $0.28 Millions of Dollars


An Túinéis

Country Code -216

216

TN (Internet),
TN (ISO 3166),
TUN (ISO 3166),
TS (FIPS 10-4)

Flag of Tunisia
Flag of Tunisia

Background
Following independence from France in 1956, President Habib BOURGUIBA established a strict one-party state. He dominated the country for 31 years, repressing Islamic fundamentalism and establishing rights for women unmatched by any other Arab nation. In recent years, Tunisia has taken a moderate, non-aligned stance in its foreign relations. Domestically, it has sought to defuse rising pressure for a more open political society.

Map of Tunisia

Map of Tunisia

More about Tunisia:

  • People
  • Geography
  • Government
  • Economy
  • Communications
  • Transportation
  • Military
  • Transnational Issues


  • Tunisia
    Nickname Les Aigles de Carthage
    (
    The Eagles of Carthage)
    Association Fédération Tunisienne de Football
    Coach Roger Lemerre
    Most caps Attouga
    Top scorer ?
    Home colours

    Away colours


    First international
    Tunisia 2 - 1 Algeria
    (Tunisia; 25 June 1957)
    Largest win
    Tunisia 7 - 0 Togo
    (Tunis, Tunisia; 7 January 2000)
    Tunisia 7 - 0 Malawi
    (Tunis, Tunisia; 26 March 2005)
    Worst defeat
     Hungary 10 - 1 Tunisia
    (Hungary; 24 July 1960)
    World Cup
    Appearances 4 (First in 1978)
    Best result Round 1, 1978, 1998, 2002
    African Nations Cup
    Appearances 12 (First in 1962)
    Best result Winners, 2004

    The Tunisia national football team (Arabic: منتخب تونس لكرة القدم), nicknamed Les Aigles de Carthage (The Eagles of Carthage), is the national team of Tunisia and is controlled by the Fédération Tunisienne de Football. They have qualified for four World Cups, the first one in 1978, but have yet to make it out of the first round. Nevertheless, they created history in that 1978 tournament in Argentina by becoming the first African side to win a World Cup match, beating Mexico 3-1. They also held champions West Germany to a goalless draw before bowing out. It took them 20 years to return to the finals but they have since qualified for the past three tournaments in succession, in 1998, 2002 and 2006.

    Tunisia also won the African Nations Cup in 2004, when they hosted the tournament.

    Contents

    • 1 World Cup record
    • 2 African Nations Cup record
    • 3 Famous and Retired Players
    • 4 2006 World Cup Squad
    • 5 External links




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