Tebourba - Tunisia 9/7/2018 Bashir Bejawi, a young Tunisian, who took the hobby of hunting poisonous snakes from a young age as a profession and an income source. Bejawi collects snakes in Tunisia to sell for medical laboratories to use its venom in the production of drugs, he also has a private place in his home to keep the poisonous snakes assisted by both his wife and son and they do not consider snakes as a threat to human life.   
Tunis-Tunisia 14/6/2018 A few days separate us from Eid al-Fitr, and the Tunisians have habits that cannot be abandoned, such as buying Eid clothes, toys for children, and buying traditional sweets, which become available at shops as Eid al-Fitr approches, where people are increasingly demanding clothing and toy shops, and everyone is looking for what they need. Despite the difference in the taste and purchasing power, but the joy of welcoming Eid unites all Tunisians.  
Tunis-Tunisia 17/5/2018 Tunisia's municipal elections, which are the first since the 2011 revolution, started on Sunday, with Tunisian voters heading to the polling stations to vote and elect their representatives in the local authority. 11,000 electoral offices are distributed across all governorates of the country, the rate of turnout is particularly weak among young people compared to the previous presidential and legislative elections. The Independent High Electoral Commission also recorded many violations in some polling stations. More than 100 foreign observers, as well as many local organizations are monitoring and documenting these violations. For more details click document here , to download video click here
Tunisian Capital - Tunisia 15-05-2018 Tunisia is preparing for the holy month of Ramadan as other Arab and Islamic countries, where the markets and shops selling basic materials and Ramadan items are crowded with customers and everyone is looking for the needs of the holy month. The Tunisians are characterized by customs and traditions related to the month of fasting. The demand for spices, dates, cheeses, Olive and tuna  increases more than usual, in addition to vegetables and fruits, which is witnessing a significant rise in prices, which negatively affects the purchasing power of Tunisians. For more details click document here, to download video click here
Right Side of Mosul - Iraq 6/5/2018 The first government buildings that were reconstructed and rehabilitated returned to service on the right side of Mosul after they were severely damaged during the war. The Department of Nationality and Civil Status in right side of Mosul reopened after being rehabilitated by the Nineveh local government to facilitate the work of citizens who had to cross to the left side to finish work at the government departments. Government efforts are continuing to rehabilitate the rest of the government buildings on the right side of the city of Mosul. For more details click document here , to download video click here
Tunisian Capital - Tunisia 17/3/2018 The issue of gender equality in inheritance is once again taking over the Tunisian street. Women's associations are demanding the enactment of a law guaranteeing equal gender inheritance as a matter of urgency. The new constitution guarantees full equality between the both genders in terms of rights and duties. On the other hand, the religious clerics rejected this proposal in its entirety, as it contradicts the Qur'anic texts and Islamic law. It is noteworthy that this proposal was recently issued by the President of the Tunisian Republic, Beji Caid Essebsi, who stressed the need for legal review that would equal inheritance between men and women.   For more details click document here , to download video…
Kabariyah-Tunisia 8/3/2018 In one of Al-Kabariyah’s suburbs in the capital city of Tunis, the young man, Ashraf Al-Nimri, lives with special needs and masters drawing paintings that need great focus and accuracy. He paints with a feather that he fondles with his toes. His fine paintings reflect his talent and courage despite his handicap. His principal at the primary school was credited with developing his abilities and skills, after discovering his talent in the art class, which contributed to gaining his certificate of professional painting as the first person with special needs.   For more details click document here, to download video click here 
اTunisian Capital - Tunisia 26-1-2018 Despite the pressure exerted by the Confederation of Unemployed Persons and civil society components on the Tunisian government through protests and adherence to the demand for employment, one of the demands of the January 2011 revolution which successive governments promised to implement, around 250,000 Postgraduate degree graduates in Tunisia still suffer from unemployment according to the recent statistics of the Tunisian Ministry of Employment. For more details click document here , to download video click here
Mernaq-Bin Arous-Tunisia 23-1-2018 In spite of the low wages paid for rural women working in the agricultural sector at different stages from planting to reaping fruits, in addition to the transportation difficulties which  ometimes tends to be risky and in spite of the long working hours that may exceed 10 hours a day to secure a livelihood and provide the basic needs of women and their families, butitplays a prominent role in providing food security in the country       For more details click document here , to download video click here
Tunisian Capital - Tunisia 21-1-2018 During the past year, Tunisia witnessed a remarkable recovery in the tourism sector, after the number of visitors reached 7 million visitors from European and Arab countries with a financial income of 1.125 billion dollars, compared to 5 million visitors in 2016. The recovery comes in light of the security improvement that prevails throughout the country despite the recent protests against rising prices in Tunisia.     For more details click document here , to download video click video here

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