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August 29, 2015

Tunisia-U.S. co-operation in the legal and judicial fields was discussed at a meeting Friday in Tunis between Minister of Justice Mohamed Salah Ben Issa and US Deputy Assistant Secretary Alexander Arvizu.


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Civil society, media representatives’ delegation visit Syria
August 29, 2015
A delegation of the civil society and media representatives, on Friday, began a visit to Syria to know about the situation of the Tunisian community in this country and that of Tunisian detainees, especially those who received a release in 2013 but are still in Syrian prisons.

The visit, an initiative of the Tunisian Coalition against Terrorism, aims to listen to the concerns of the Tunisians in Syria.

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Prime Minister visits two aeronautics companies in Ben Arous
August 29, 2015
Prime Minister Habib Essid, on Friday, visited companies “STELLA” and “DEMAT” based in the industrial area of El Mghira, Ben Arous and specialising in the production of aerospace components.

Essid met with the executives and employees of these plants and inquired about working conditions in the two firms, according to a press release from the Prime Ministry.


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Speeding up pace of developing strategy for creation of regions bank (FinMin)
August 29, 2015

Finance Minister Slim Chaker recommended accelerating the pace of developing the strategy for the creation of the bank of regions.


At a workshop held Thursday in Tunis on this issue, in the presence of representatives of the German Development Bank"...

 
August 29, 2015
Minister of Foreign Affairs Taieb Baccouche held talks in Berlin with German Foreign Minister Frank Walter Steinmeier on Germany’s support to Tunisia’s requests to the G7.

Baccouche, who is paying a working visit in Berlin from August 27 to 28 at the invitation of his German counterpart, praised Germany’s permanent support to Tunisia. He commended the level of bilateral relations and the exemplary co-operation between the two friendly countries in all fields.


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August 29, 2015
Tunisia is trying to woo back visitors, including vacationers from Poland, after its coastal resort of Sousse was hit by a terrorist attack June 26 that dealt a body blow to its tourism industry.

Tunisia was until recently a key destination for Polish vacationers. The number of visitors from Poland peaked at 200,000 in 2008, but then dwindled due to the global economic crisis and Tunisia’s Arab Spring uprising in 2011. Then tourist numbers started climbing again and Tunisia was visited by 107,000 Poles last year. This year, the country was expecting the figure to reach 150,000....

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