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Education system is stalling in Tunisia….. But I believe in potentials of Tunisians to overcome difficult juncture (Minister of Education)

Education Minister Hatem Ben Salem said that the education sector is the most affected as it is raising true existential questions. This sector has brought hope for all the Tunisian people by providing the true social ladder allowing them to have an important place in society thanks to the public ...

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Berlin Media Center begins its journey around the Mediterranean from Tunisia

 “Another horizon” to tackle unemployment crisis in Tunisia… The Media Center of  la Marsa townhall in Tunis organized a televised discussion on the issue of unemployment in Tunisia under the theme “Another horizon … Youth employment opportunities: best guarantee for growth and democracy”. The seminar was attended by a number ...

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Education system is stalling in Tunisia….. But I believe in potentials of Tunisians to overcome difficult juncture (Minister of Education)

Education Minister Hatem Ben Salem said that the education sector is the most affected as it is raising true existential questions. This sector has brought hope for all the Tunisian people by providing the true social ladder allowing them to have an important place in society thanks to the public ...

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Tunisia: 50th International Festival of the Sahara in Douz

The 50th International Festival of the Sahara in Douz, Tunisia is already sold out for this year’s edition, which runs from December 28-31 and celebrates the culture and traditions of the desert and nomadic tribes.This showcase expo for local folklore is a sort of desert Olympiad, with a large parade ...

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Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria assert adherence to dialog to solve Libya crisis

Egyptian Foreign Ministry’s spokesman Ahmed Abou Zaid posted on Twitter the final statement of the tripartite meeting, which took place in Tunisia on Saturday and Sunday. Egypt’s Foreign Minister, Sameh Shoukry, took part in the fourth coordinating meeting of the Egyptian, Tunisian and Algerian foreign ministers within the framework of ...

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Tunisia expects surge in olive oil production to boost battered economy

Trucks loaded with boxes full of olives were queueing at a press plant in this small Tunisian town as the North African country sees a surge in olive oil production in a badly-needed boost to its ailing economy. Tunisia, one of the world’s top three olive oil producers, expects olive ...

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Tension as cradle of Arab Spring marks 7 years since protests

Demonstrators in the Tunisian city of Sidi Bouzid on Sunday marked seven years since a street vendor set himself on fire in a move that touched off the Arab Spring uprisings. Stallholder Mohamed Bouazizi set himself alight on December 17, 2010 in a deadly protest over unemployment and police harassment ...

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Tunisian-British Friendship Association: building bridge between Tunisian and British societies by stepping up English language learning

I had the opportunity to attend a breakfast discussion on the theme “the English languages learning … the way forward” organised by the Tunisian-British Friendship Association” Friday in Tunis, to discuss the prospects of English learning in Tunisia. The event was enhanced by the presence of Minister of Education Hatem ...

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