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James Wheeler 20h
Replying to @wheelertweets
The return of Tunisian terrorists is an international commitment & a constitutional right, VP of 's Nat'l CT Commission told parliament today. Magistrate Neila Fkih said known prisoner returnees are monitored & programs are in place to protect contacts from indoctrination
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History and Culture of Tunisia Feb 15
Born in 9th century Kairouan, , to a notable family of doctors, ibn al Jazzar (known as Algizar in Europe) was one of the most notable figures of medieval Islamic medicine. He wrote a book of medicine for the poor; and he used to treat them free of charge.
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AMIDEAST EdAbroad 30m
The amphitheater of El Djem was built in 238 CE by the Romans in , but in the 19th c the building was used for shops, dwellings, and grain storage!
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GHRISSi 7h
If I could achieve self-sufficiency for all my needs, I would myself be a free and non-state citizen. is a value we have lost in and the Tunisian state does not give true citizenship to its citizens!
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Med Dhia Hammami - محمد ضياء الهمامي 4h
Replying to @AlBawsalaTN
If the 5% electoral threshold was applied in the last elections, Ennahda and Nidaa would have ~90% of the seats in parliament. None of the opposition parties would be able to form its own parliamentary bloc. Source:
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Ines Djedidi Feb 18
Feb-polls ab 2019elections voting intentions Legislative:42% won't vote, 25% don't know,10.6%ennahdha,5%nidaa, 3.2%tayar,2.8%Jabha,2.1% destour pt. Presidential:30% won't vote, 24% don't know,13.8% Y.Chahed,5.6% K.Saied, 4.9% Essebsi,4% Marzouki *805samples
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History and Culture of Tunisia Feb 15
The island of Djerba seen from above. Southern . Original video:
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Fredrik Florén Feb 10
Many reasons to visit . Here’s what Lonely Planet discovered:
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Sébastien Togneri 38m
President of Carl Gershman talked about the democratic transition in 🇪🇹as being one of the most important developments in the world with 🇦🇲&a 🇹🇳 also making important strides in the march to freedom & democracy!
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Expro24 Feb 17
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Tunis Daily News 12m
State will sell 30 confiscated companies in 2019 (Chalgoum)
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Chayma Laabidi 35m
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History and Culture of Tunisia Feb 10
Sejnane is a town in Northern , known for its Berber clay artifacts and pottery, especially its Berber clay dolls. The town is also known for its troglodyte houses craved in the rocks. Sejnane played an important and strategic role during .
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Sylva Gabriel Feb 17
: Civilians clashed with security forces yesterday in Barraket Essahel, , ami demonstration after an individual died in custody.
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Tunis Daily News Feb 18
FAO is organising a training session on 28 February 2019 for 60 school and high school teachers on good practices to reduce food waste
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History and Culture of Tunisia Feb 16
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TMJ-TUN Jobs 9h
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Fatma Jendoubi 20h
In science, politics or civil society ... still the same question: where are you men? 😊
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Nick Wall 16h
183 . Malouf is an Arab–Andalusian music, a byproduct of the expulsion of Muslims from Spain 400 years ago. The songs come from classical Arabic poetry; it's an orchestral music; and skilled vocalists are celebrated, none more so than this guy:
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Mouna Belaid 20h
Replying to @AfricaRUsers
Hey, my name is Mouna Belaid from I love R and it's the language which I'm familiar with the most as I'm a statistician and it's my best tool for performing data analysis
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