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Tunisian marriage ban rescinded; freedoms for women grow

Since 1973, Tunisian women have been prohibited from marrying men who were not of the state religion. But this recently changed, according to Women for Middle East Hope, a project of SAT-7, a Christian satellite television ministry to the Middle East and North Africa. Free to Marry The goal of Women for ...

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Concordia students attend Nobel Peace Prize Forum

On Sept. 15 and 16, 11 Concordia students attended the 29th Nobel Peace Prize Forum at Augsburg University in Minneapolis. Among them were this year’s Peace Scholars, Grace Hoffa and Katie Beedy, and last year’s Peace Scholar, Andie Palagi. The students were joined by Dr. Ken Foster, associate professor of ...

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How Avionav is switching on the lights in Tunisia

Tunisia is growing its own indigenous aircraft manufacturing business and is now looking for wider market reach, as Vincent Chappard discovers. Developing light aircraft in Tunisia has been a challenge met by Sousse-based Avionav, despite being in a segment of the market where it is competing with well-established manufacturers. However, ...

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