Tunisia

February 16, 2004

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Lebanon's President Lahoud left Monday for a week-long state visit to Brazil, seeking to forge stronger trade ties and make final preparations for a s

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US President Bush will meet President of Tunisia Zine El Abidine Ben Ali at the White House on Wednesday February 18, 2004.   According to Washington File, Bush looks forward to discussing with Presid

February 14, 2004

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Tunisia's President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali will pay a visit to the United States of America starting February 17th, upon an invitation from US Presid

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Tunisia won the African Cup of Nations for the first time Saturday, defeating Morocco 2-1.   Tunisia took the advantage after just five minutes when D

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The Palestinian prime minister said Saturday he is worried about indications the Bush administration may support Israel's unilateral plan for pulling

February 8, 2004

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Moroccan minister of foreign affairs and cooperation, Mohammed Benaissa, on Friday reiterated at the donors conference on Liberia Feb. 5-6 Morocco’s w

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Moody's Investors Service has assigned A3/Prime-2 local currency ratings to Banque Internationale Arabe de Tunisie. The ratings carry a stable outlook. BIAT foreign currency deposit ratings and financ

January 29, 2004

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Iranian parliament speaker Mehdi Karroubi in Tehran on  Wednesday declared that there was no crisis and confirmed that the seventh Majlis elections wi

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Tunisia will harvest the wind with modern turbine windmills to generate 100 megawatts of electricity. Funded by the Global Environment Facility, the windmills will cut greenhouse gas emissions, foster

January 28, 2004

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Syria's Foreign Minister Farouk al-Shara received on Wednesday Japanese Special Envoy for the Peace Process in the Middle East, Tatsuo Arima. Talks du

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A group of Tunisian producers and film distributors, who bought the rights to screen the Egyptian film "The Danish Experience", sent out a special invitation to Egyptian comedian actor Adel Imam to at

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Tunisia is well positioned to benefit from the recovery in global economic activity expected for 2004, which may lead to an acceleration of non-agricultural activity, according to concluding comments

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The Lebanese economy has suffered $30 billion in losses over the past 25 years due to the “brain drain” phenomenon, said Professor Anis Abi Farah from Beirut’s Université Libanaise. Brain drain refers

January 24, 2004

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Bomb attacks in central Iraq killed five US troops and four Iraqis on Saturday.

January 22, 2004

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Egypt and Libya lifted restrictions on travelers crossing their common border that were imposed two weeks ago during a diplomatic row, the border auth