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Viking Sea kickstarts La Goulette’s year

Viking Sea’s maiden visit to La Goulette Cruise Terminal last week also signalled the first customer of the year for the Tunisian port. The ship was carrying almost 900 passengers, many of them North Americans who were greeted by Tunisia’s Cultural Minister and Tourism Minister and officials form the port ...

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Jhinaoui: “Tunisia and Egypt most affected by situation in Libya, we help Libyans for dialogue and understanding”

Foreign Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui said that “Tunisia and Egypt are the most affected countries by the crises in the Arab region, including the situation in Libya.” The Minister of Foreign Affairs, who chaired Tuesday the opening, with his Egyptian counterpart Sameh Chokri, of the 13th session of the Tunisian-Egyptian consultation ...

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Tunisia: Ennahdha’s Chief Hails Trump

Leader of the Tunisian Islamist party Ennahdha has debunked claims that the new US President Donald Trump is anti-Islam. For Rached Ghanouchi only Jihadists will fear Trump’s overt anti-Islam philosophy, huffpostmaghreb.com reports. “Terrorists are those who feel threatened by Donald Trump’s policy,” Ghanouchi said Saturday during a ceremony in the ...

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Egypt FM to visit Tunisia on Tuesday for Libya talks

Tunisia is working to coordinate the positions of Egypt, Tunisia and Algeria on Libya to restart the country’s progress towards a political settlement Egypt’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry is set to travel to Tunisia on Tuesday and meet with Tunisia’s President Beji Caid Essebsi, sources told Ahram Online.Shoukry ...

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Tunisia’s UGTT union meets to choose new chief

Tunisia’s Nobel Peace Prize-winner Tunisian General Labour Union (UGTT) opened the annual congress, on Sunday, to debate strategy and elect a new leader, under the motto “Allegiance to Tunisia, Fidelity to Martyrs and Dedication to Workers.” With more than half a million members, the UGTT was among four civil society ...

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