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Germany denies it plans to fly migrants back to Italy

Germany on Sunday denied an Italian newspaper report that it planned to fly migrants back to Italy, after the allegation drew a threat from Italy’s Interior Minister to refuse landing permission to unauthorised planes carrying asylum seekers. La Repubblica reported on Saturday that Germany’s refugee agency had sent “dozens of ...

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Saudi Embassy in Tunisia Celebrates KSAs’ 88th National Day

A ceremony was held last Saturday in the Saudi Embassy in Tunis to mark the celebration of the 88th National Day of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the presence of a number of senior Tunisian officials, ambassadors accredited to Tunisia, a number of political, economic, cultural and media figures and ...

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Cowbellpedia: Columbian, Tunisian Maths Lecturers Seek Simple Method In Teaching

Two Mathematics lecturers Bernardo Recaman Santos, of the Universidad de Los Andes, Bogota, Colombia and Karam Aloui, who teaches Mathematics at the University of Spax, Tunisia have appealed to teachers of the subjected to make its teaching simple, saying the subject, dreaded by many students, could be fun and relaxing. ...

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EBRD and EU support ice cream maker GIPA in Tunisia

Agribusiness advice helps Tunisian companies create more jobs Ice cream maker GIPA is celebrating 40 years of successful business in Tunisia and its CEO Youssef Ghrib has further ambitions to grow the company well into the future. With support from the EBRD’s Advice for Agribusiness programme, funded by the European Union, the company has modernised its ...

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2nd edition of Olive Tree Festival in Sfax : new prospects in Brazilian market

The city of Sfax (Tunisia) hosted Sunday the 2nd edition of the Olive Tree Festival  on the theme: “Olive tree, light and roots,” with a rich programme that includes  development, entertainment and tourism activities. The festival was marked by the participation of several cultural association and structures, civil society components, ...

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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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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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USIP’s Work in Tunisia

CURRENT SITUATION The sole fledgling democracy to arise from the Arab Spring represents an encouraging yet incomplete victory against authoritarian rule and violent extremism. Tunisia’s sustained progress since the revolution that toppled its dictatorial regime in 2011 is key to developing a strong democratic U.S. partner in this volatile region ...

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