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DCCC welcomes new Fulbright scholars, international students

Davidson County Community College (DCCC) opens its doors yet again to the world. The campus welcomes seven international students and scholars from four different countries for the 2018-2019 academic year. Four international students travelled to Davidson County from Tunisia. The students are a part of the Tunisia Community College Scholarship ...

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Tunisian Parliament to consider criminalizing racial discrimination

 In an Aug. 29 joint press conference with the Association of Ivorian Students and Interns in Tunisia, Yemina Thabet, the head of the Tunisian Association for the Support of Minorities, called on the Tunisian Parliament to speed up the ratification of the draft law criminalizing racism. Eight Ivorians were physically and verbally abused by Tunisians in late August. The ...

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NDU Annual Distinguished Alumni Award in strategic studies bestowed to academic and journalist Kamal Ben Younes

The National Defense University of Washington (NDU) and its world largest strategic studies centre, the Near East and South Asia Centre for Strategic Studies (NESA), bestowed its annual Distinguished Alumni Award to journalist and academic, Historian and Strategic Studies Expert Kamal Ben Younes. This annual award, which has so far ...

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Enova Robotics achieves biggest fundraising for a Startup in Tunisia

Enova Robotics, the only manufacturer of smart robots in Africa and the Arab world, has completed a fundraising of around 4.5 million dinars, which is the most important fundraising event carried out by a Startup in Tunisia. Enova Robotics Founder Anis Sahbani told media that its Startup is now moving ...

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Tunisia : Swiver raises about TND500,000 for its development

Swiver, a Tunisian cloud accounting service provider, raised about TND 500,000 from Compagnie d’Assurance et de Réassurance Tuniso-Européenne (Carte). These funds will help the company extend its services to other countries in Africa. “These funds will strengthen our business capabilities. We will offer new online services, like monthly tax returns, to our ...

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BWA Yachting Expand Operations to Tunisia

One of the leading agency services for superyachts, BWA Yachting, has taken the move into North Africa by opening a new office in Tunisia. With offices in Spain, Corsica, Malta, France and Monaco, this move is set to cement BWA Yachting’s presence in the western Mediterranean. Spearheading the Tunisian operations will ...

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Tunisian Telecommunications engineer Houssem Haji invents autonomous receiver for a Mars exploration orbiter

The receiver, whose major stages of design and implementation were conducted by the Tunisian Telecommunication Engineer Houssem Haji, is the first of its kind and surpasses all previous designs in this area. The project had taken 40 months of analysis, design and research. It had also taken 20 months of ...

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“Voices of Semmama” troupe in Belgian international festival “The Unexpected”

The troupe “Voices of Semmama”  takes part in the Belgian capital, Brussels in the festival “the unexpected” with the participation of the 87-year old ambassador of the Semmama Shepherds “Khalti Mbarka”. The Belgian international festival “the unexpected” (August 31- September 2) provided the occasion for the troupe  “Voices of Semmama” ...

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Tunisia Joins World’s Largest Student-Led Cybersecurity Event

The world’s largest student-run set of cybersecurity competitions, founded 15 years ago by the New York University Tandon School of Engineering, will expand this year to Mexico and Tunisia, bringing to seven the number of global sites where top student hackers, protectors, and scholars will compete simultaneously on November 8-11, 2018. New Cyber Security Awareness Worldwide (CSAW) events, ...

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China-built youth centre enriches sports, culture life in Tunisia

Holding a ball at hand, Yasmine Garbi was jumping, leaping, with balanced and flexible movements. This 15-year-old Tunisian girl took rhythmic gymnastics lessons every Friday afternoon in a youth center in Tunis built by China. El Menzah Youth Sports Culture Center is located at a densely populated area surrounded by ...

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