• Headlines

    Press Headlines – December 14th, 2011

    By Wafa Ben Hassine | Dec 14 2011 Share on Linkedin Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on pinterest Print

    Tags: Abderraouf Ayadi ,African Development Bank ,Arabic language ,Barroso ,Belkassem Ayari ,
    • La Presse  (The Press), Daily Governmental
    • First Transfer of Power in the History of Modern Tunisia: a Historical Moment
    • Moncef Marzouki Speech and Civil Society’s Reactions
    • Congratulations from Rabat, Paris, European Commission and Washington
    • Constituent Assembly, Presidency and Government: Main Part Remains to Be Done
    • Promotion of Tunisia as Tourist Destination in Japan: Strengthening Bilateral Cooperation
    • Curfew in Southern Towns of Dhehiba and Remada Following Violent Clashes
    • Case of Kasserine and Thala Martyrs Postponed to December 26th, 2011
    • New Program to Supply Rural Areas with Potable Water
    • Lifting of Curfew in Gafsa and Kasserine Yesterday
    • Le Temps (The Time) Daily Independent
    • Curfew Lifted in Gafsa and Kasserine
    • Algeria Hands Over a Convict Involved in Trafficking of Archaeological Works
    • Cease Fire in Place in Remada, Dehiba, Following Shoot-out
    • Hamadi Jebali to be Charged with Governmental Duties Today
    • Abderraouf Ayadi to Replace Marzouki as Head of CPR
    • Police Officer Gravely Wounded Following a Chase in Sfax
    • Marzouki: “We Have Only One Choice: Success.”
    • Al Chourouk ?????? (The Sunrise), Daily Independent
    • Grira and Ben Dhia, Former Officials of the Ben Ali Regime, Accused of Ceding Property to RCD
    • Marzouki’s First Speech: We’re Committed to Grant Liberties and Respect Revolution Values
    • Essebsi’s Last Days as PM: Hundreds of Promotions and High Rank Appointments
    • Today, the Appointment of Hamadi Jebali as PM, Government Starts Work on December 17th
    • Mebazaa Registers as Arab President Ceding Power Peacefully
    • Due to Corruption, Tunisia Lost 600 Thousand Jobs in 10 Years
    • Manouba Teaching Commission Promises to Catch up with Delayed Courses, Reschedule the Exams
    • Assabah ??????   (The  Morning), Daily  Independent
    • Different Reactions to Marzouki’s Speech: Will Marzouki Succeed in Fulfilling His Promises?
    • Ben Ali’ s Nephew to Be Questioned Again
    • Espérance de Tunis Ends World Clubs Cup with a Match Against Mexican Club Monterrey
    • Transparency International Reveals Increase of Corruption in Post-Revolution Tunisia in Most Recent Report
    • French President Congratulates Marzouki
    • Marzouki’s Speech: “The Opposition Has to Be Part of the Solution”
    • Whole Week of Sit-ins in Gabes
    • Curfew in Dhehiba and Remada
    • Lifting of Curfew in Gafsa and Kasserine
    • Transitional Justice: There is No Model Experience According to Experts
    • Le Quotidien  (The Daily), Daily Independent
    • President’s First Speech: Promises and Challenges
    • The Probably Composition of Jebali’s Government
    • Curfew in Remada and Dhehiba Since Yesterday
    • Ben Jaafar Salutes Outgoing Government’s Efforts
    • Program to Increase Drinking Water Supply in Rural Areas
    • ALESCO Plans to Increase Arabic Language Presence on Search Engines
    • Al Maghreb ?????? (The Maghreb), Daily Independent
    • Waiting for the Speech of the Prime Minister
    • Journalism Symposium for World Immigrant Days
    • The President’s Assurances and the Opposition’s Strategy
    • Belkassem Ayari, Assistant General Secretary in Charge of Private Sector: Respect for Workers Rights Will be the Standard by Which We Work with New Government
    • Democratic Transition Demands Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Between Men and Women
    • Conciliation and Building Trust to Revive Textile Sector
    • African Bank Symposium: Presence of Islamic Banking is Modest and its Price is Rising
    • December 18-25: 26th Annual Neapolis International Festival for Children’s Plays in Nabeul
    • Leaders.com.tn
    • Jebali Officially Charged with Formation of Government
    • Foued Mebazaa, Man of Consensus
    • BusinessNews.com.tn
    • Tunisair Contract Stewards and Air Hosts Sit-in
    • Constituent Assembly Internal Rules Will Include 160 Articles Instead of 340
    • Curfew in Remada Following Shootout, Leaving Seven Injured
    • Moncef Marzouki Invited by French President Sarkozy to Visit France
    • Abderrafouf Ayadi, CPR’s New Secretary General
    • Internal Conflicts in Ettakatol
    • WebManagerCenter.com.tn
    • Expo Buro, December 15-26 in el Kram
    • National Olive Oil Competition Open
    • IFC Finances Program Regarding Enterprise Governance in Tunisia
    • Barroso and Sarkozy: Among the First to Congratulate Marzouki
    • SHARP Appoints New MENA/CEI Regional President

    Share on Linkedin Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on pinterest





  • Washington
  • Party







    Silent March In Memory of Aya


  • Play Video

    Tunisia's Launch of Truth and Dignity Commission

  • Play Video

    Tunisialive Living Tunisia

  • Play Video

    #FreeAzyz campaigners protest gets violent