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Oman,Tunisia Sign Air Services Deal

MENA FN 03 Jul 2024
(MENAFN - Bangladesh Monitor). Muscat. The Civil Aviation Authority of Oman finalised an air services agreement with the Republic of Tunisia in Tunis. Nayef Bin Ali Al Abri, Chairman of ... .

No security for Israel without peace

The New Arab 03 Jul 2024
This not only made Gaza the largest open-air prison, but also the largest cemetery in the world ... In the past, it has been able to bomb Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Sudan, Syria and Tunisia with impunity.

Oman, Tunisia ink air service agreements

Gulf News 02 Jul 2024
The Civil Aviation Authority of Oman finalised an air services agreement with the Republic of Tunisia in Tunis ... Key provisions of the agreement include defining air routes between Oman and Tunisia, ...

Oman, Tunisia ink new air services agreement

Muskat Daily 30 Jun 2024
... Tunisia in Tunis on Sunday ... This agreement updates the 1985 accord between the governments of Oman and Tunisia concerning air services, reflecting current regional and global advancements in aviation.

Oman, Tunisia sign air services agreement 

Bahrain News Agency 30 Jun 2024
Represented by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), the Sultanate of Oman today signed in Tunis an air services agreement with the Republic of Tunisia.

Kuwaiti show wins Best TV Program at 24th Arab Media Festival

Arab Times 30 Jun 2024
The Kuwaiti show ‘Part of the Text is Missing’ was honored at the Tunisia 24th Radio and Television Festival ... The festival concluded on Saturday in Tunisia, celebrating the achievements of various media productions across the Arab world.

Oman, Tunisia expand air services cooperation

Oman Observer 30 Jun 2024
Muscat. The Sultanate of Oman, represented by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), and the Republic of Tunisia have strengthened their air services cooperation through a newly signe ....

Tunisian lawyers call for strike over arrest of their colleague amid crackdown on dissent

Wtop 12 May 2024
TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — Hooded police raided Tunisia’s bar association headquarters and arrested a lawyer as authorities escalated a broad government crackdown that has ensnared political dissidents, non-governmental organizations and Black migrants.

"The Nasty Little Sparta", by Eric Margolis

The Unz Review 03 Apr 2024
The US, which has been supplying Israel with 2,000 lb bombs and targeting info has resorted to the PR stunt of air-dropping stale sandwiches to the famine-stricken Palestinian refugees ... of air attacks.

International Spouses Group at Wright-Patterson AFB helps foreigners feel welcome

Stars and Stripes 24 Mar 2024
“For us, coming to America was a dream,” said Aoudi, who is from Tunis, the capital and largest city in Tunisia. Her husband, a general in Tunisia’s air force, had been asked to serve as a liaison officer at Wright Patterson Air Force Base.

French probe on 'Saied dictatorship' sparks Tunisian uproar

The New Arab 05 Mar 2024
A French channel has aired an investigation on the 'dictatorship' of Kais Saied, sparking controversy in Tunisia and risking diplomatic ties between Paris and Tunis ... On 29 February, Tunisia's Prime ...

Could Aaron Bushnell’s Sacrifice Spark Regime Change?, by Kevin Barrett

The Unz Review 03 Mar 2024
Air Force” adding that “I will no longer be complicit in genocide.” He then lit himself ablaze and yelled “FREE PALESTINE!” over and over ... For Bouazizi, it was the governor’s office in Sidi Bouzid, Tunisia.

Africa reaches milestone in aviation safety

Russia Today 02 Mar 2024
2023 was the third year without fatal air accidents on the continent, according to a new report ... The top 10 also includes Egypt, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Nigeria, Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania, and Mauritius.

Henderson Rotary hosts News of the War series

Henderson News 23 Feb 2024
The Henderson Rotary club will host Don Everly Smith, amateur World War II aviation historian, in retelling the colorful and famous story of the most successful US Army Air Corps Air Corp mission of WWII, over Cape Bon, Tunisia in April 1943.