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2015 Nobel Prize for Peace co-winner answers Reuters TV questions

My report for Reuters TV On Oct 9th. Mabrouk Tunisia ;)

Short sum up: One of the members of National Dialogue Quartet has dedicated the Nobel Peace Prize the group won on Friday (October 9) to the Tunisian people and in memory of those assassinated during the 2011 uprising ousting autocrat Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali which inspired the “Arab Spring” protests. 35 more words


A bold and good choice:The 2015 Nobel Peace Prize goes to the National Dialogue Quartet of Tunisia

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The Nobel Peace Prize for 2015: Goes to the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet

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Despite all the pundits who were predicting a Nobel Prize for Angela Merkel , Pope Francis or the parties to violence in Colombia, the Nobel Prize Committee gave the award to the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet. 1,005 more words

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« La dignité du tunisien ne peut être rétablie que par le travail ».

Le Premier Mai 2015, on fête le travail, il est utile de rendre à cette institution syndicale, et les autres aussi, la place  qui leur revient dans une Tunisie en reconstruction au niveau social économique, politique et culturel. 1,325 more words

Tunisian union nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

The Norwegian Nobel Committee recently approved the nomination of UGTT, Tunisia’s largest trade union federation, for the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize.

The winner of the prize will be announced on October 10. 773 more words

Assassinated Tunisian nationalist leader now gazing at Parisians

A man with a small moustache, staring at passers-by in his dark suit. The graffiti covers almost one whole building in Avenue de France, near the 3a tram stop in the 13th arrondissement. 313 more words

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Mohamed-Salah Omri Traces the History and Influence of Unionization in Tunisia

Tunisia is gripped by the most serious political crisis since 2011, a crisis in trust between the government and its opponents compounded by rise in violent terrorism and a collapsing economy. 2,622 more words

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Tunisia: Solidarity from teachers' unions for striking UK colleagues

Colleagues from the teachers’ unions in Tunisia sent MENA Solidarity a copy of the following message which they have sent to the NUT and NASUWT teachers’ unions in the UK in solidarity with their ongoing strikes to defend their pay and pensions. 216 more words

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