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Tunisia’s innovative “Tfanen” project: Workers tell their stories on stage

Director Taher Alouane gathered over fifteen workers from factories in the industrial zone of Ben Arous for monitoring and integration by lending them a listening ear to their concerns, hopes and aspirations. These workshops, held in the regional Labour Union of Ben Arous, are dedicated to listening and expression which ...

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Tunisia Officially Enforces Its Startup Act

The Tunisian Startup Act was implemented on Wednesday, and officially became law to be published in the official Gazette (JORT) of the Tunisian Republic. Minister of Communication Technologies and Digital Economy, Anouar Maarouf, announced the official implementation at the Afric’Up summit. Earlier this year, in April, Tunisia had passed the ‘Startup Act’ after two years ...

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Tunisia’s annual inflation rate falls in September to 7.4 pct

Tunisia’s annual inflation rate in September fell to 7.4 percent from 7.5 percent in August, a government official told Reuters on Wednesday. Tunisia’s inflation rate stabilised at 7.5 percent in August, unchanged from July, after hitting 7.8 percent in June, the highest seen since 1990.  The central bank expects a ...

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Swiss-Tunisian migration accords bearing fruit, says minister

Migration accords signed between Tunisia and Switzerland in 2012 are bearing fruit, Tunisian Foreign Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui has told swissinfo.ch. “To stop the flood of illegal immigrants, our two countries set up a programme of cooperation focusing mainly on support for voluntary return [of asylum seekers] and on professional training ...

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Phosphate production down by 25% this year in Tunisia

The phosphate production decreased by 25 % in the first nine months this year to 2.6 million tonnes compared with the same period last year, the Phosphate Gafsa said on Wednesday. Phosphate exports are a key source of foreign currency reserves, which have dropped to levels worth just 77 days ...

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Morocco’s foreign minister rejects EU’s migrant centers

Morocco’s foreign minister said his country should play a greater role in EU decisions on migration in a newspaper interview. Nasser Bourita said Morocco was opposed to the migrant centers that the EU has suggested. Moroccan Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita said he rejects the European Union’s plan to build asylum ...

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First edition of Afric’Up opens works in Tunis

Works of the 1st edition of Afric’Up: Start-up Africa Summit opened on Tuesday in Tunis, with attendance of some 80 African and international speakers (CEO, investors, mentors, experts, confirmed start-ups) as well as 112 African and international start-ups to expose their solutions and innovations on the sidelines of the event. ...

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Delegation of Saudi Royal Air Force arrives in Tunis

A delegation of the Saudi Royal Air Force (RAF) arrived in Tunis on Monday to take part in the Saudi-Tunisian manoeuvres as part of the exchange of experiences between the two sides. The members of the delegation were seen in by the military attaché of Saudi Embassy to Tunisia, Brigadier ...

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Salvini in Tunis: Economic aid in exchange for tougher border controls, but deadlock on repatriations

Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini has travelled to Tunis to meet with local authorities and talk about immigration. Salvini called the visit “fruitful,” although Rome did not obtain the increase in repatriations it had hoped for. Italian government officials were hoping to achieve an increase in the number of repatriated ...

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Tunisia wins cous cous world championship

Tunisia won the Cous Cous world championship, a competition between 10 countries organized during the Couscoust Fest in San Vito Lo Capo  in Sicily, Italy that ended on Sunday. The recipe presented by Nabil Barkous, who works at the restaurant Joia of chef Pietro Leemann, with the help of chefs ...

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