Ouverture du Forum mondial des Droits de l’Homme : Stéphane Hessel et la Syrie à l’honneur
May 23, 13
Hier soir avait lieu, à Nantes, l’ouverture du Forum mondial des droits de l’Homme. Des associations, militants, institutionnels et acteurs du monde entier s’y retrouvent pour quatre jours de discussion et d’échange.
Usgs Assessment: Undiscovered Oil and Gas Resources of Libya and Tunisia, 2010 Using a geology-based assessment methodology, the U.S. Geological Survey estimated means of 3.97 billion barrels of undiscovered oil, 38.5 trillion cubic feet of undiscovered natural gas, and 1.47 billion barrels of undiscovered natural gas liquids in two provinces of North Africa.
“Spines of Jasmine,” a new drama by director Rachid Ferchiou, is playing at cinemas across Tunis this month. The Hope Contemporary Art Gallery in La Marsa is hosting an exhibition for three aspiring artists entitled “Young Little Monsters.” On Friday, Tahar Haddad Cultural Club’s weekly Literary Salon features poet, writer, and critic Salwa Al-Rashidi.
The President of the African Development Bank Group, Donald Kaberuka, Thursday, May 23, in Tunis, called on the Tunisian Prime Minister, Ali Laarayedh.
President Kaberuka underscored the friendship between the AfDB and Tunisia and expressed gratitude to the Tunisian Government and people for their hospitality to the institution for the past 10 years. “We are home in Tunisia,” affirmed the AfDB President.
Tunisia’s state of emergency must be extended: Sabbagh
TUNIS (AFP) – The fragile security situation in Tunisia, where radical Islamists are blamed for a wave of violence in recent months, makes it necessary to extend the state of emergency, Defence Minister Rachid Sabbagh said on Friday.
La Goulette – Tunisia put on display on Friday a luxury yacht formerly owned by the brother-in-law of deposed dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali that Spain returned to Tunisia last month, an AFP photographer reported.
Originally published May 24, 2013 at 10:30 AM | Page modified May 24, 2013 at 11:25 AM
Tunisian feminist faces 6 months in prison
By BOUAZZA BEN BOUAZZA
TUNIS, Tunisia —
Amina Tyler, the 19-year-old Tunisian woman who scandalized many in the country by posting topless photos of herself online as a protest, could face six months in prison for her latest arrest, her lawyer said Friday.