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Hannibal Barka 🇹🇳 Sep 19
when you govern a country with the splendor of and you leave it after 25 years of government in the state of chaos and mediocrity dominated by mafias, we can not thank you. you will be quoted in the footnotes of our long history as a bastard no more..
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Saddik Mohamed Sep 16
Entering through RasEjder border is an absolute and utter humiliation !! If you pay your way you enter with honor !! If you don't you stay for over a day in line !! Don't you guys know that bribery is a taboo and selfishness is a disease !! suffers !!
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Ottoman Family- الأسرة العثمانية Sep 16
Said Kaies has won the election of Tunis. We welcome him and hope that he will work for our Ummah as a brother of Sultan Erdogan Hafizahullah....
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Souhail Khmira Sep 15
A man with no arms A bride A 110 year old man... all took time to vote🇹🇳 this is all just heartwarming 🇹🇳
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Béchir  JENDOUBI Sep 19
What happened back in November 1987 will be solved tonight 😂
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Archaeology & Art Sep 15
Roman mosaic panel of the Triumph of Neptune and the mytrhical legend of The Four Seasons. From the private baths at Caput Vada (La Chebbs). The Thugga Room of The , , .
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MapPorn 12h
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zeppelin 4h
3 baby zitounet ( poussée spontanée ) getting ready for the next planting season make green again
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Mohamed El Dahshan Sep 15
There are elections in and we don't know in advance who's going to win. Think about that. Then think about all the sacrifices made to get to this point. 💙
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Mazen HAYEK Sep 15
“MBC5 - Cinq”: a star is born with audiences in , and in its heart ‘n mind. |
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Walid Phares Sep 15
Monitoring 's Presidential elections. It will have an impact on North African and Mediterranean affairs.
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Farah Samti Sep 15
"Mafioso VS Robocop" according to exit poll results xD I'm glad Tunisians have a sense of humor to keeps us all going
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Garowe Online 22h
's all-powerful leader for over two decades, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, who was forced from power and into exile by a landmark popular uprising in early 2011 sparking revolts across the Arab world, died Thursday 19, aged 83, Tunisia's Foreign Ministry said.
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Ramy Ayach رامي عياش Sep 10
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Sr CatherineWybourne Sep 14
Praying for all tweeps, esp the lost sheep & prodigals among us (cf today’s Mass readings), and for the ppl of as they vote for a new president.
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Ahmed Sep 19
I've been searching for 20 minutes but nope...Couldn't find a single fuck to give.
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Danik the Explorer Sep 17
BLOG POST: Six places to explore whilst in the Tunisian Sahara is one of the North African countries to go and check out its amazing landscape. From its oasis, mountains, desert and sea views, this small country doesn't disappoint!
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Sharan Grewal Sep 19
: Kais Saied + his endorsements from the first round: Saied: 18.4% Mourou: 12.9% S. Said: 7.1% Mraihi: 6.6% Makhlouf: 4.4% Abbou: 3.6% Marzouki: 3% Jebali: 0.2% Total=56.2% Meanwhile, Karoui hasn't picked up a single endorsement.
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Jaafar Abdul Karim Sep 15
After spending several days in during the election phase, my impression (not statistics/studies) is most Tunisians ask for: - preservation of Freedoms - Fighting corruption and holding corrupt people accountable - job opportunities - Security so Tourists increase
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Hamdi 🥇 16h
Forecast for the coming days not bad
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