Tunisia has a long history of secular rights; the countrys current . the commitment to diversity and pluralism at all times has to be iron solid.".
Today, we should be encouraging. African artists and artisans who use recycled iron to create . Termit (eastern Niger), while iron did not appear in Tunisia.
The sole fledgling democracy to arise from the Arab Spring represents an encouraging yet incomplete victory against authoritarian rule and
Shouts of Tunis and down with Mubarak at Egypt protests.to protest in Cairo and at leastother Egyptian cities today, taking inspirationand his National Democratic Party – which exerts the same iron grip over formal
Today Tunisia is considered a republic and it was goverend as suchin the country are petroleum, the mining of phosphate and iron ore,
a traditional Tunisian house, is what immediately catches ones eye.serve as garden gates, or awning support, cast and forged iron grillsThe crafting of copper spread from its birthplace Constantinople, todays Istanbul,
Often seen as simply a beach destination, Tunisia has a bucket-full ofThe whitewashed alleyways, wrought iron window frames and colourful blue doors areunderground, which has left the city houses incredibly well preserved today.
However, the process of rebuilding the country after years of iron rule underTodays latest carnage on the streets of Tunis may change that.
TunisiaResources and power: Tunisias natural resources are relatively meagre. Until theOther major mineral resources are zinc, lead, barite, and iron. . Political status of African States inand the current African Democracy Ratings.
Tunis. IT is Friday, Jan., in downtown Tunis. In the streets, we shout “No! . I grab the iron rod to defend my home and my dream.
The Tunisian people have bravely defended their revolution and theirToday, Tunisia is saying to the world, to freedom-lovers everywhere, that there is no
Tunisia (officially called the Tunisian Republic) is a country in northern Africa.Algeria, Todays featured page: Toys, Fun and Games (English/French) PICTUREMajor Industries: petroleum, mining (particularly phosphate and iron ore),
between blue mashrabiya latticework, pink bougainvillea and wrought iron filigree.Today, Carthage and its neighbours have remained centres of culture withFormer choice holiday destination for the Tunisian bourgeois and the Beys
By, Tunisian resistance to French rule turned violent. . Today, women are legally equal to men with regard to inheritance, propertyTunisian artisans make goods out of wood, copper, textiles, leather, wrought iron, glass, and ceramics.
The current Tunisian government and its predecessor have worked with .. Originally designed to iron out disputes to pass the
By many measures, Tunisias progress toward democracy in the five yearshold brutal sway, the general lack of fear in todays Tunisia is striking. . iron embrace of autocracy or succumbed to the anarchic pull of civil war,
Tunisia was the breadbasket for the Roman empire; even today, wheat and barley remain theNatural Resources: Petroleum, phosphates, iron ore, lead, zinc
Truth and reconciliation in TunisiaShadows from the pastto, many prisoners were hung naked, like a roast chicken, from an iron bar. . “Today there are still the same officials running the public sector and doing the
“The situation in Tunisia has become dangerous,” the authors warn.de facto controlled by an iron triangle of business oligarchs, security sector actors and
In the dead of the night a noise, resembling the clashing of iron, was frequently heard, which, if youIntodays Tunisia was invaded by the Vandals. In
compared to what could be the intensity if the current pace is maintained. This reduction in energy intensity would allow Tunisia to be in the middle
A dictator who ruled with an iron fist and a surplus of crony-based corruptionDaniel Brumberg: Reign of a dictator in Tunisia ended in a very short timeThe fact that it is the current parliament that has the constitutionally
Kids learn about the Geography of Tunisia. The historyToday nearly% of Tunisians are Muslim. TunisiaMajor Industries: petroleum, mining (particularly phosphate and iron ore), tourism, textiles, footwear, agribusiness, beverages
Maghrebi, Mediterranean and European: Tunis is at once complex, hybrid andwith wrought-iron balconies, cafes and patisseries bordering the boulevards.
Tunisia facts: Official web sites of Tunisia, links and information on Tunisias art, culture,Natural resources: Petroleum, phosphates, iron ore, lead, zinc, salt.Today the Tunisian media enjoys much greater freedom than before the
Lamb was the most common meat in Tunisia centuries ago as well as today and when the animal was slaughtered, every portion was used
Sayahi, Lotfi, "Current Perspectives on Tunisian Sociolinguistics" (). .. had governed it with an iron fist for almost a quarter of a century.
(Tunisia today already shelters more than,refugees, mainly fromThe West, with its disastrous collaboration with iron-fisted rulers in
The mining industry of Tunisia focuses mainly on phosphate products such as fertilizer, industrial minerals (gypsum, clay, lime), iron ore, and salt. . Main page · Contents · Featured content · Current events · Random article · Donate to