Tunisia

September 6, 2004

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Lebanese singer Ragheb Alama denied recent circulating rumors that he has been banned from entering Tunisia after turning down an invitation to hold a special charity concert

August 29, 2004

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The Tunis-based African Development Bank (ADB) approved a US$ 2 million donation to eight states, including north African countries, to back their locust-fighting effort.  The Bank said in a press rel

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The Russian oil prospecting company, Lukoil overseas Anaran LTD, headed by Vyacheslav Kosmynin, opened a representative office in Tehran, <i>Iran News</i> reported Saturday.

August 28, 2004

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The American TV network CBS reported Friday that the Federal Bureau of Intelligence (FBI) is convinced an Israeli spy is operating inside the Pentagon

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Tunisian singer Latifa does not consider herself a singer that belongs to one nationality, but rather an Arab singer who does not recognize boundaries between Arab countries

August 25, 2004

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American aircraft launched heavy bombing strikes on the city of Fallujah on Wednesday, with blasts heard for over two hours, residents said.

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The annual Tunisian summer Music Carthage Festival held its grand finale earlier this week, where an honoring of the late Tunisian singer Thikra was witnessed as singers from around the world sang som

August 24, 2004

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Tunisian singer Latifa has announced that she is on a hunger strike “Empty Stomach” in protest to the appalling and inhuman prison conditions of Palestinian inmates inside Israeli prisons

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Shireen announced after she decided to try her luck in TV directing and is currently reading a 33-episode TV drama to direct, after succeeding in directing various video clips

August 19, 2004

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Iran's former president and current chairman of the Expediency Council Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani said Thursday that the "global arrogant" has come to t

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Tunisia's President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, has recently received from Mr. Taoufik Bakkar, governor of the country's Central Bank (BCT), the annual report of the bank for the year 2003.  The annual r

August 16, 2004

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Israeli helicopters fired four missiles early on Monday at a group of Palestinians and according to medical sources, two people were killed in this st

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The Carthage festival in Tunisia is facing fierce attack against all its performances since it was launched, being the first time the festival faced such failure during all the years of its long histo

August 10, 2004

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The American Network Company Showtime has bought the rights to air the latest film “Saba’ Wara'at Kotsheena” (Seven Playing Card) starring Egyptian singer Ruby uncensored

August 9, 2004

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Lebanese singe Amal Hijazi announced that she is preparing to hold seven concerts consecutively in different cities around Tunisia