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Tunisia to set up regional aviation security training center

A regional aviation security training center will be set up in Tunisia to implement and support national and regional aviation safety training programs, an official said Thursday. The operation of the training center will be under auspices of the International Civil Aviation Organization (OACI), Hassen Seddik, the founder and president ...

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“We are not in war against Yemen, we are in war for Yemen, for the sake of Yemen” says Saudi ambassador to Tunisia

“We are not in war against Yemen we are in war for Yemen and for the sake of Yemen”, said Saudi ambassador in Tunis Mohamed bin Mahmoud Al Ali during a meeting with the press held Thursday in the embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Tunis. The Saudi ...

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Youth-Led Initiative “Unleash Tunisia Venture Bus” Receives the 2017 Intercultural Innovation Award.

The Tunisian organization was selected among over 1,300 grassroots organizations that applied for the prestigious Intercultural Innovation Award, a partnership between the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations and the BMW Group. The Intercultural Innovation Award Ceremony was held in New York at United Nations headquarters, in the presence of ambassadors ...

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Kuwait, Tunisia seek to coordinate social policies

Kuwaiti Minister of Social Affairs and Labor Hind Al-Sabeeh held talks with Tunisian Prime Minister Youssef Al-Chahed and Minister of Employment and Vocational Training Fawzi bin Abdulrahman on Tuesday. The talks dealt with cooperation in the areas of employment and ways to coordinate social policies of both countries, Minister Al-Sabeeh, ...

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Tunisian Nader Masmoudi awarded Fermat Prize for Mathematics 2017

The 2017 Fermat Prize was awarded to Tunisia’s Nader Masmoudi (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York, USA) for his outstanding work of in depth and creativity in analyzing non-linear partial differential equations and in particular for his contributions to the rigorous and complete resolution of hydrodynamic stability problems raised ...

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Union and government reach agreement on Tunisia food prices

The Tunisian General Labour Union (UGTT) reached an agreement with the government on Monday to freeze the price of basic foodstuffs in the country. “It was agreed not to increase the prices of basic foodstuffs,” explained UGTT Secretary-General Noureddine Taboubi during a joint press conference with government spokesman Iyad Dahmani. ...

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Tunisian migrant influx back under control: Italy PM

The influx of Tunisian migrants crossing the Mediterranean to Italy is back under control after a spike in numbers at the end of summer, Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni said Saturday. “After some problems over the course of the summer, the accord started to work very effectively again,” he told ...

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Agricultural land heritage that turns to eco-tourism, aeronautic and leisure space for nature and aviation lovers

It is a private initiative launched by a man who is fond of farming and with an aviation enthusiasm. Mr. Abdellatif Ben Moustapha inherited an agricultural land in one of the most beautiful areas of northern Tunisia. His family is well-known by its inheritance of an agricultural land that hides ...

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Tunisian Authorities Rescue 9 Moroccans Off Southeast Coast

Twenty-two immigrants, including nine Moroccans, were rescued off Zarzis, southeastern Tunisia, Tunisian authorities revealed on Thursday. According to a statement by the Tunisian Ministry of Defense, the migrants had left Libyan port of Boukamech to return to the Libyan coast. The migrants are from Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Sudan, Niger, and Bangladesh, ...

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Tunisia PM Will Go Ahead With Painful Policy Despite Opposition

Tunisia will continue with a package of painful economic policies, Prime Minister Youssef Chahed said on Tuesday, despite resistance from labor unions and business associations to changes that will raise taxes and put thousands out of work. The North African country is under pressure from the International Monetary Fund to ...

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