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Tunisia: Attijari Bank to sell client’s 27.550 shares over court decision

Country’s largest banking network Attijari Bank is to sell 27.550 shares belonging to a client who contracted a loan from the bank. The decision for the sale has been made by a court decision. Tunis stock market on Friday said the auction would take place October 17. The minimal rate for the share is $14.14 […]

Tunisia: who was Slim Chaker, the Minister who died for children cancer?

Tunisia’s health minister Slim Chaker died on Sunday after a charity marathon to build a clinic for children with cancer, officials said on Monday. According to the officials in the ministry, Slim Chaker, 56, fell ill after running some 500 metres in the coastal town of Nabeul. He died of a heart attack later in […]

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Canadian Army to send counter-terrorism experts to Tunisia

The Canadian Army is considering sending five soldiers to Tunisia to provide counter-terrorism training for the North African nation’s army, Ottawa Citizen News portal reports. The move according to the spokesperson of the Department of National Defence, Daniel Le Bouthillier, is part of Canada’s Counter-Terrorism Capacity Building Program. In Bouthillier’s words, Canadian Armed Forces personnel […]

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Tunisia: Parliament approves new Chahed cabinet

Prime Minister Youssef Chahed who received Monday the parliament’s vote of confidence for his new cabinet vowed that his team will be at war against terrorism and corruption. The youngest Prime Minister ever known by the North African country told lawmakers that his new team will carry out a crusade against terrorism and corruption. “The […]

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About 1.45 million Algerians visited Tunisia in 2017

About 1.45 million Algerian tourists visited Tunisia since the beginning of the year; an increase estimated at 59.8% compared to last year, data from the Tunisian Tourism ministry show. According to local news portal webdo.tn, the number of Algerians passing through Tunisia last July was close to 312,000 visitors, an increase of 60.7% compared to […]

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Tunisia: Interim finance minister steps down

Interim finance minister Fadhel Abdelkefi Friday handed over his resignation from cabinet citing a conflict of interests case in which he has been indicted and handed a suspended prison sentence. The care-taking minister, who is also minister of development investment and international cooperation, took the position in April following the sacking of Lamia Zribi by […]

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Tunisia passes landmark law to end all violence against women

Lawmakers in Tunisia on Wednesday passed a bill to “end all violence against women” and provide help for victims, local media reports. “It’s a very moving moment and we are proud in Tunisia to have been able to gather around a historical project,” said women’s minister Naziha Laabidi. The new law, which is expected to […]

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Tunisia: Two German tourists stabbed in Nabeul resort town

Two German tourists, a mother and her daughter, were injured in a stabbing attack in the town of Nabeul, the Tunisian interior and tourism ministries said in a statement Friday. “A father, a mother and their daughter went from Hammamet to Nabeul for a tour. A 37-year old man stabbed them. The father is doing […]

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Tunisia: Cabinet fires state-run television boss

The Tunisian government Friday fired the head of the state-run television for delay in Thursday evening news hour. The decision, which surprised the country’s media regulatory body, HAICA, was made after Thursday evening news scheduled for 7pm local time instead of habitual 8pm during the holy month of Ramadan, were presented one hour and half […]

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Tunisia: State of emergency extended for four months

Tunisian President has extended for additional four months the state of emergency in place since November 2015 following a suicide attack against presidential guards, the president office announced Wednesday. “President Beji Caid Essebsi decided on Wednesday to extend the state of emergency for four months starting from Thursday, 15 June,” his office said on Facebook. […]

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