Tunisia

October 21, 2004

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Senior officials from the European "trio" -- France, Britain and Germany -- will hold talks with Iranian officials on Thursday to discuss Tehran's nuc

October 20, 2004

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There have been 20,000 road accidents and 1500 killed in Morocco since the start of the year, according to statistics published by the Moroccan author

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The French Accor group announced plans to invest 70 million Euro in the Tunisian tourism industry.

October 18, 2004

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A transcript of the phone conversation Saturday night between King Mohammad VI and Kofi Annan, Secretary General of the UN, indicates that the King re

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King Mohammad VI of Morocco has launched a new Koranic radio station, in a partnership between 'Radiodiffusion Télévision Marocaine' (RTM), the main M

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The World Bank has allocated funds for a project to help boost Tunisia's tourism industry by hiring Lord Cultural Resources, a museum and heritage consultancy. There are concrete plan to develop four

October 17, 2004

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The International Federation of Human Rights has voiced concern about the climate ahead of Tunisian Parliamentary elections, 24 October 2004, branding

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Alam El-Phan Production Company held a celebration for their star Tunisian Latifa after she won the prize of World Music Award, which she received at a prestigious celebration held in Las Vegas Nevada

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The German Chanceller Gerhard Schroeder has affirmed his support for political reforms in Algeria during a speech in a German-Algerian conference in Algiers on Saturday, part of his itinerary in a bri

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Vintage Petroleum, Inc. has announced that the An Nagyah #11 well in the Republic of Yemen has tested light (43 degree API) oil from the sub-salt Upper Lam formation.

October 14, 2004

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King Fahd bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia has sent a cable of congratulations to Tunisia's President Zine-al-abdine bin Ali on the occasion of the anniv

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Algeria and Botswana must do more in order to expand direct cooperation, Algeria's outgoing ambassador to Botswana, Fatiha Selmane, told <i>BOPA</i> o

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Tunisia and South Africa are spearheaded a cross African effort against terrorism, according to a document published Wednesday evening in Tunis.   In

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The memory of the bloody months of Ramadan, the Muslim holy fast month starting Thursday evening, 14 October, during the years of the civil war in the

October 12, 2004

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South African President Thabo Mbeki on Monday started a two-day state visit to Tunisia. He is joined by Foreign Minister, Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma.   T