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Tunisia expects to localize traditional Chinese medicine

In Tunisia, where many people still lack access to medical facilities, there is growing hope that the country could strengthen cooperation with China to localize traditional Chinese medicine, an expert said Sunday. Speaking at the first Sino-Tunisian traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) meeting in the eastern coastal city of Sousse, ReBali, ...

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Tunisian marriage ban rescinded; freedoms for women grow

Since 1973, Tunisian women have been prohibited from marrying men who were not of the state religion. But this recently changed, according to Women for Middle East Hope, a project of SAT-7, a Christian satellite television ministry to the Middle East and North Africa. Free to Marry The goal of Women for ...

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TUNCATIC show held on October 24 to 26 in Montreal

Mr. Philippe Armengau, new commercial adviser at the Embassy of Canada to Tunisia, received a Tunisian delegation on October 20 at the Canadian Embassy to Tunisia to participate in the TUNCATIC trade show held from October 24 to 26 in Montreal. TUNCATIC is a trade show dedicated to information and ...

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How to immediately stop scourge of illegal immigration?

Many Tunisian families experienced pain and sorrow due to illegal crossing from Tunisia to Europe via the Mediterranean, after they lost their loved ones tragically. The bitter and ugly truth repeated again and again,  especially in the recent period. The last death is arousing fears, along with the figures published ...

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Book Review: Arab National Media and Political Change: Recording the Transition by Fatima El-Issawi

In Arab National Media and Political Change: Recording the Transition, Fatima El-Issawiexamines the role of traditional media, including television, radio and print, in the wake of political transitions in Egypt, Libya and Tunisia. In contributing to understandings of the complex relations between journalistic practice and politics, the book deserves to be read ...

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“Only a few gaps” in Tunis talks says UNSMIL

UNSMIL has produced a surprisingly bullish summary of today’s resumed Joint Drafting Committee talks in Tunis,  saying there were only a few remaining gaps to be filled before agreement could be reached. On Monday evening the House of Representatives (HoR) delegation said itwas withdrawing from the process accusing the State Council ...

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