Tag: Tunisian National TV

Unprecedented Live Interview in the Presidential Palace with Tunisia’s New President

Unprecedented Live Interview in the Presidential Palace with Tunisia’s New President

| 15 December 2011 | 0 Comments

On Wednesday evening, December the 14th, Moncef Marzouki, Tunisia’s new president, welcomed two journalists from the National Tunisian TV channel to conduct an interview which lasted nearly an hour. With his recognizably frisky, affectionate, high-spirited, and sometimes amusing demeanor, Marzouki issued a number of promising messages to the Tunisian people. The presidential palace was once a space off-limits to the media during Ben Ali’s [...]

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Tunisair Suspends Flights to Tripoli, Libya

Tunisair Suspends Flights to Tripoli, Libya

| 27 November 2011 | 2 Comments

According to the Tunisian National TV, Tunisair, Tunisia’s national airline company, decided today, November 27th, 2011, to temporarily suspend its flights to Tripoli, Libya’s capital. However, all flights to the Benghazi airport will continue. The suspension of flights comes as a reaction to the incident that happened yesterday in Miitigua, Tripoli airport, where Ibn Khaldoun [...]

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Tunisian National TV Accused of Pro-Ennahda Bias

Tunisian National TV Accused of Pro-Ennahda Bias

| 27 October 2011 | 16 Comments

Yesterday, at the end of the 8pm news of the Tunisian National TV (Wataniya), one sentence captured the ears of many Tunisians and caused them to take actions accordingly, with people on Facebook and Twitter calling for protests and demonstrations in front of the TV channel’s headquarters. Hamdi Ghidawi reported about the Constituent Assembly elections [...]

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