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Tunisia has started to witness terrorist acts since 2011, leaving dozens of security and military agents, civilians and foreign tourists killed
Two bombers used large amounts of explosives in attack: judiciary office
Zamalek players travelled to Tunisia on a private plane, as the club’s board of directors wanted the players to be comfortable and avoid fatigue before the Friday game as they played strong matches recently.
This achievement was the result of persistence and determination of the team from the very beginning. Moreover, the state, represented by Minister of Youth and Sports Ashraf Sobhy, stood behind different handball national teams, which led the Pharaohs to win the bronze medal in Men’s Junior World Handball Championship and the gold medal in Men’s U-19 World Handball Championship last year.
Pharaohs target 7th African title and revenge of hosts Tunisia
Tunisian parliament rejects Habib Al-Jamali’s proposed government early January
The festival, which takes place on 15-22 December, hosts several puppet shows from across the world, and Egypt’s only representation comes through its popular show whose fame never faded.
President Al-Sisi congratulates Saied for winning the election
Little-known professor, media mogul face each other in a crucial debate
SMEs movement towards Africa is essential for upcoming period
Exit poll estimated Islamists to win 40 seats, while jailed businessperson’s party to take 33-35 seats
“Tunisians gravitating toward people from outside system to bring them what they want, whether it is economic improvement or social dignity,” says think tank fellow
Second round of elections to be held on 29 Sept
Saied wins 1st round according to exit polls
Turnout was 45% compared to 63% in 2014’s presidential election
Polling stations opened at 8 am from the capital Tunis to the mining towns of the interior, and all the way to sand-swept Saharan villages in the south.
Country entered electoral silence as voting abroad continues
Tunisia’s Ennahda named a candidate for first time since 2011 revolution
Tunisia’s prime minister, Youssef Chahed, will run for president in an early election expected September
“He championed national consensus, women’s rights, full access of all Tunisians to country’s democratic processes,” says scholar
French President, Algeria’s interim president among attended funeral
Madagascar’ s President Andry Rajoelina will attend the match to support his team
Decree followed 2 bombings in capital against security targets
They stressed need for political solution to solve Libyan crisis
The atmosphere of Ramadan and the celebration of the coming of the holy month are similar in most Muslim countries, but there are details for each nation in their customs and traditions.
Boat capsized in Mediterranean Sea in deadliest migrant boat sinking in months
Tunisian team will not feel alienated in Egypt, says Tunisian ambassador in Cairo
Shoukry holds number of bilateral meetings with Arab counterparts
Parliamentary election will be held by end of this year, says Libyan Prime Minister
Zorgi called for revolution over poor living conditions, corruption