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February 2, 2016

BasharaCare, the leading online beauty store in the UAE, has now opened up to shoppers in the rest of the GCC. This expansion opens up BasharaCare’s unique shopping experience to customers across the gulf, including Saudi"...


Tunisia and Ukraine: Linchpins of U.S. interests
February 6, 2016

The Obama administration’s announcement this week that it plans to quadruple military resources devoted to deterring Russia in Europe highlights how seriously U.S. and NATO leaders view the threat posed by Russia. Ukraine is struggling to save its young democracy and stave off public disaffection with the new government’s valiant but halting reforms, even as Russia continues its campaign of military"...

Tunisia: 13,000 appropriations will be released by BTS in 2016
February 6, 2016

The Tunisian Solidarity Bank (BTS) embraces the government’s policy to absorb the thorny problem of unemployment and promote entrepreneurship.

In this respect, the financial institution has set a goal of awarding 13,000 loans during this year with"...

Tunisia: Landmark Step for Detainee Rights
February 6, 2016

Tunisia's Parliament made a significant breakthrough for human rights by approving proposed changes in detainee rights. Provisions to grant suspects the right to a lawyer from the onset of detention, and to shorten the maximum pre-charge detention are included in a revision of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CCP) adopted by the Parliament on February 2.

February 6, 2016
Developments in Syria and Libya and the impact of a possible military intervention in Libya on Tunisia were addressed as President of the Republic Béji Caïd Essebsi met Friday with former Foreign Minister and former chief of the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilisation Mission in Mali Mongi Hamdi.

Hamdi told TAP by phone “any military intervention in Libya would have negative consequences for Tunisia, particularly now that it is facing a fragile economic and social situation.”"...

February 6, 2016
The prospect of a foreign military intervention in Libyan is a source of concern to the Tunisian authorities.”

"Countries considering military intervention in Libya must take into account the interests of neighbouring countries, first and foremost Tunisia and consult with us," President Beji Caid Essebsi said on Thursday during a ceremony of presentation of New Year Wishes by the diplomatic corps accredited in Tunisia.


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