Tunisia

July 4, 2004

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The Kingdom's exports to the US are expected to hit the $1 billion mark this year - surpassing last year's unprecedented record of $650 million, outgoing US Ambassador to Jordan Edward Gnehm has said.

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The First Water Week of the African Development Bank (ADB) Group began in Tunis on Thursday, with the formal launch of two major initiatives and a road map for the development of water resources in Af

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Construction work is underway to build the Salam Tower, which will become Sharjah's tallest standing structure.

July 2, 2004

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One wanted suspect was killed and another was injured and arrested in a shootout in Riyadh city on Thursday. According to an official source, quoted F

June 30, 2004

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Legal custody of Saddam Hussein and 11 other former officials was transferred to the Iraqis on Wednesday, an international official said.

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Lebanese singer Najwa Karam is to take part in the Carthage music festival in Tunisia, which the media called “Rotana Summer Festival in Carthage” as a sign that all participants are singers, who are

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Prominent Tunisian singer Latifa al-Arafawi, is the center of a recent scandal lately after discovering that she was registered as a divorced woman three years ago, despite her denial of ever getting

June 29, 2004

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Tunisia is to install the most advanced mobile telecommunications network in Africa.

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Alba’s new 660 MW Power Station 4 (PS4) recently celebrated another major milestone with the delivery of the second gas turbine - GT 61 - and its associated electric generator on the site.

June 26, 2004

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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak had "successful" back opwration in Germany on Saturday and has been moved into the recovery room, state television re

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Egyptian singer Shireen Ahmad has sadly turned down an invitation to take part in the annual Carthage festival in Tunisia due to the fact that she will be over loaded with preparations for her upcomin

June 23, 2004

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Tunisian singer Najla, also known as the number one seductive performer, has revealed plans of releasing a second music video, which she stresses, will shock and amuse audience more than her first

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A new agreement on science and technology will pave the way for greater collaboration between the United States and Tunisia in a variety of fields ranging from environmental management to health care,

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Emaar Properties has set its sights high, with plans to create the big city “buzz” through its development of Downtown Dubai as a vibrant urban district to match New York’s Lower Manhattan, London’s W

June 22, 2004

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Egyptian singer Shireen Ahmad is scheduled to head to Lebanon this week to take part in the special celebration for the official launching of the Pan Arab Games