‫قادة القطاع المالي من 41 دولة حول العالم يجتمعون في أبوظبي للمشاركة في الدورة الخامسة من مهرجان فينتك أبوظبي

أبوظبي ، الإمارات العربية المتحدة, 21 نوفمبر / تشرين ثاني 2021 /PRNewswire/ — ينطلق مهرجان فينتك أبوظبي 2021، الذي يقام تحت رعاية صاحب السمو الشيخ هزاع بن زايد آل نهيان، نائب رئيس المجلس التنفيذي لإمارة أبوظبي، غداً الإثنين 22 نوفمبر ويستمر حتى 24 نوفمبر. ويقدم المهرجان الذي يعد أكبر حدث للتكنولوجيا المالية في منطقة الشرق […]

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Tunisian Trial Shines Light on Use of Military Courts

TUNIS, TUNISIA — A few days after Tunisia’s president froze parliament and took on sweeping powers in July, a dozen men in unmarked vehicles and civilian clothes barged into politician Yassine Ayari’s family home overnight and took him away in his pajamas. “These men weren’t wearing uniforms and they didn’t have a warrant,” Ayari told The Associated Press. “It was violent. […]

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Tunisia Intercepts Over 200 Migrants Trying to Reach Italian Coast

TUNIS, TUNISIA — Tunisian authorities said Sunday they had intercepted more than 200 migrants trying to reach the Italian coast, in nine separate operations. “In the context of the fight against irregular immigration, units from the northern, southern and central regions managed to thwart nine (sea crossing) attempts” overnight Saturday to Sunday, national guard spokesman Houssem Eddine Jebabli said. The interceptions […]

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UK calls for action on racial bias in medical devices

Britain called on Sunday for international action on the issue of medical devices such as oximeters that work better on people with lighter skin, saying the disparities may have cost lives of ethnic minority patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. Health Secretary Sajid Javid said he had commissioned a review of the issue after learning that oximeters, which measure blood oxygen […]

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Secretary Blinken’s Call with Tunisian President Saied

Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken spoke with President Kais Saied to discuss recent developments in Tunisia, including the formation of the new government and steps to alleviate the economic situation. The Secretary encouraged a transparent and inclusive reform process to address Tunisia’s significant political, economic, and social challenges and to respond to the Tunisian people’s aspirations for continued democratic […]

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Blinken Prods Tunisia on Reforms in Call With Leader

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken encouraged Tunisia’s leader to make reforms to respond to Tunisians’ hopes for “democratic progress,” the U.S. State Department said on Sunday, nearly four months after President Kais Saied seized political power. Saied said last week he was working non-stop on a timetable for reforms to defuse growing criticism at home and abroad since he […]

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