Chinese stabilizer manufacturer Hohem’s product lineup now available at Jarir Bookstore, enabling the shooting of better videos

SHENZHEN, China, Jan. 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Hohem, a Shenzhen-based manufacturer of gimbal stabilizers for smartphones and cameras, has made its products available at the more than 50 brick-and-mortar outlets of Jarir Bookstore, the largest consumer electronics retail chain in Saudi Arabia. Anyone who enjoys making videos is welcome to experience and buy Hohem stabilizers […]

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Water cannons and tear gas shot at protestors in Tunisia

TUNIS, Tension was seen in Tunis on the 11th anniversary of the 2011 uprising. Despite a ban on gatherings and demonstrations as part of anti-COVID measures, Tunisian opposition groups took to the streets on Friday to protest against what they consider a ‘coup d’etat’ by President Kais Saied. However, they came up against a large deployment of security forces who […]

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Italy and Tunisia team up for cultural heritage

TUNIS, Creating networks for high-level professional training in the management of museum and cultural heritage is the aim of two collaboration agreements signed by the Tunis City of Culture in the presence of Tunisian culture minister Hayet Ketat Guermazi and Italian ambassador to Tunisia Lorenzo Fanara. The first was between the Scuola Beni Attività Culturali foundation, the Italian Institute of […]

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Tunisia Police Turn Water Cannons on Protest Against President

Tunisia Police Turn Water Cannons on Protest Against President TUNIS, Jan 14 (Reuters) – Tunisian police used water cannons and sticks to disperse more than 1,000 protesters trying to reach central Tunis Friday to demonstrate against the president in defiance of COVID-19 restrictions. A heavy police presence prevented many protesters gathering in Habib Bourguiba Avenue, the main street in central […]

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Tunisia’s “Queen of Oranges”

The Maltese orange, what Tunisian locals call the “Queen of Oranges”, certainly originated in Asia, but few agree on how it arrived in Tunisia. Some say it was introduced from Spain at the beginning of the 17th century. But this doesn’t explain the appellation… Malta lies just 284 kilometers from modern Tunisia – so the orange might have been introduced […]

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Cameroon Says Separatists Frustrated by Inability to Disrupt African Football Attack Schools, Civilians

YAOUNDE, CAMEROON — Cameroonian authorities say Anglophone separatists have been trying to disrupt the continent’s top soccer tournament, the Africa Football Cup of Nations, which Cameroon is hosting. The military says rebels have launched small-scale attacks in the towns of Buea and Limbe, which are holding matches. Authorities have also blamed the separatists for the killing of a Cameroonian lawmaker this […]

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