Tunisia

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Tunis, Tunisia - Tunisia tried to smooth out emerging tensions with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Monday after Emirates airline barred Tunisian women from boarding its flights and the North African country responded by suspending the Dubai-based carrier's operations in the air and on the ground.
TAP)- The Executive Bureau of the Tunisian General Labour Union (French: UGTT) Sunday denounced "the surprising decision" of Emirates airline to prevent Tunisian women from boarding its flights to and from the UAE airports "under false pretexts and on the basis of suspicions.
Summary: Five Tunisian companies, under the supervision of Tunisia's embassy to Iraq, are currently exhibiting their products at the food fair in Iraq.
A Short Term Training Team of around 20 troops deployed earlier this month to train Tunisian forces responsible for countering illegal cross-border movement from Libya.
Meeting a Tunisian media delegation in Damascus on Tuesday, al-Ahmad said all arrested persons who fought alongside the terrorist organizations are given a fair trial at the Syrian courts.
Tunisian music is very diverse and has been influenced by andalusian turkish and arabic rhythms.
Tunisian Ministry of Foreign Affairs added that the diplomatic mission of Tunisia in Baghdad has followed closely the conditions of the Tunisians prisoners in Iraq, directly with the Iraqi authorities by the lawyer for the embassy, confirming that the embassy is keen to visit these prisoners periodically in various Iraqi prisons and take care for their interests and ensure their defense, according to the statement /.
In addition to bringing new prosperity, Tunisians expected that the post-revolution process would start with an elected interim National Constituent Assembly (ANC) that would write a new constitution and then prepare for a new election that would usher in a democratic order.
Tunisian Interior Minister Lotfi ben Jeddou disclosed to legislators of the country's National Constituent Assembly on Thursday the sexual jihad that Tunisian women had been engaging in.
The Tunisian Revolution whose first spark was the self-immolation of a street vendor Mohamed Bouazizi from the south western town of Sidi Bouzid on December, 17, 2010 swept across the region and inspired other uprisings in the region to be followed by Egypt toppling Hosni on January 25 and Libya on February 18, 2011 that ousted Muammar Gaddafi Ordinary Tunisians, people from civil society accompanied by their children, and representatives of political parties trickled to the symbolic Avenue Habib Bourguiba to mark the occasion.
BAGHDAD/ Aswat al-Iraq: Tunisian President Mohammed Moncef Marzouki expressed regret to the Iraqi people for what had been committed by the Tunisians against the Iraqi people, calling to forgive them and release them as a gift to the Tunisian people, pointing out that the future will witness further developments between the two countries.
The press attache of the Tunisian embassy in Damascus confirmed to Tunisia Live that approximately two thousand Tunisian nationals fled the country since the uprisings began, and that less than one thousand Tunisians remain.
One of the Tunisians said, "long live Erdogan, we love him so much," whereas another Tunisian said they saw Erdogan as the leader of all Muslims who was leaving his trace everywhere he went.
They said the visit provided an opportunity to exchange views, discuss practical steps to promote bilateral cooperation, add boost to UAE investments in Tunisia, view investment opportunities and achieve mutual understanding with Tunisians on steps to increase UAE's exports to Tunisian markets.
He continued to say that "the Tunisians are trying to apply Islamic rule and law in their country.