Signing in Rabat of Project Agreement for Safeguarding, Transmission of Craft Heritage in Danger of Disappearing

Signed by Minister of Tourism, Handicrafts and Social Economy, Fatim-Zahra Ammor and Director of the UNESCO office for the Maghreb, Eric Falt, this agreement aims to establish a sustainable system of skills transfer and transmission of know-how related to crafts, including those classified by the national inventory conducted by the Ministry with the support of UNESCO, as being in danger […]

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Upper House Speaker Says Morocco-ECOWAS Relations Based on Deep Cultural, Spiritual Ties

The relations between Morocco and the countries of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) are based on deep cultural, spiritual and civilizational ties, said House of Advisors’ Speaker Enaam Mayara on Monday in Abuja.   Speaking at the opening ceremony of the ECOWAS parliament’s second 2022 ordinary session, Mayara, who represented Morocco at this event, said that these […]

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Rabat: UNESCO Officials Stress Role of Digitization in Protecting Humanity’s Intangible Cultural Heritage

These statements came during a press conference marking the opening of the 17th UNESCO Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, held in Rabat from December 28 to 3.   On this occasion, Morocco’s Ambassador and Permanent Delegate to UNESCO Samir Addahre highlighted digitization as a “major challenge” that will bring the intangible cultural heritage of young […]

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Morocco Reaffirms Commitment to Fully Participate in Peace Consolidation in Africa – Diplomat

Arrouchi, who was speaking at the 5th Annual Consultative Meeting held between the AU Peace and Security Council (PSC) and the UN Peacebuilding Commission (PBC) on climate and peacebuilding in Africa, stressed that Morocco remains fully committed alongside its African partners and brothers, to ensure the establishment of a lasting peace in Africa, which guarantees the well-being and prosperity of […]

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Tunisians are aware of climate change effects but are poorly informed about (Afrobarometer)

Tunisians are aware of the effects of climate change but are poorly informed about it, according to a survey on the environment and climate change conducted by Afrobarometer, a Pan-African, non-partisan research network that conducts public attitude surveys on democracy, governance, the economy, and society.   The survey conducted between February 21 and March 17, 2022, among a sample of […]

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Sending youth to conflict zones: Ennahdha’s Ghannouchi appears before court

Head of Ennahdha Rached Ghannouchi is appearing Monday before the investigating judge of the Judicial Counter-Terrorism Division in the case of sending young people to hotbeds of tension.   Party supporters and leaders gathered outside the seat of the Judicial Counter -Terrorism Division to show support.   “Rached Ghannouchi demonstrated respect for the judiciary,” party leader Noureddine Bhiri told reporters. […]

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France’s Le Maire: Europe must defend its economic interests against U.S. subsidy package

France may try to negotiate some exemptions from the duties and limits imposed by the U.S. anti-inflation act but Europe must act to protect the bloc’s economic interests, Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Sunday.   Le Maire will accompany French President Emmanuel Macron on a state visit to the United States next week.   Europeans say the massive […]

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Kebili: Douz hosts fifth edition of camel races in Douz

The 5th edition of the Douz Camel Race (Governorate of Kebili) returned after a two-year suspension due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with the participation of over 10 Arab countries and foreigners.   The two-day event (November 26 and 27) seeks to introduce this ancestral sport to a large audience, as well as promote Saharan tourism, the event’s Director Ahmed Abdelmoula […]

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Second edition of the Makeathon inter ODC Clubs December 2-4 at Sousse Novation City

The Sousse Novation City is hosting from December 2 to 4, 2022, the second edition of the Makeathon inter ODC Clubs between students of university clubs, with the participation of experts and specialists.   The activities of the competition, organised by the Orange Digital Center and the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ), in cooperation with the technopark of Sousse, […]

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Regional Days of Sustainable Digital Trust November 29 to December 1

Tunisia is hosting from November 29 to December 1, 2022 the Regional Days of Digital Trust on the theme: “cooperation to strengthen the climate of trust and security towards the construction of a sustainable digital future” held by the Arab Information and Communication Technologies Organisation (AICTO).   This event is part of AICTO’s ongoing efforts to boost Joint Arab Action […]

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About 50 kg of Marijuana seized in Nabeul (National Guard)

A patrol under the investigative brigade in Menzel Temime backed by other police units seized about 50 kg of Mairjuana, during a raid in a house and a farm in Damous El Hajja, Menzel Bouzelfa.   National Guard spokesperson Houssem Jebabli said Monday a raid was conducted after intelligence and investigative work conducted for a week, adding that quantities of […]

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National Salvation Front holds meeting in Tataouine

The National Salvation Front held a meeting, on Sunday in Tataouine downtown, in the presence of many of its leaders and officials. Taking the floor, Ahmed Néjib Chebbi called for urgently re-launching the national dialogue highly demanded by national forces, including the Tunisian General Labour Union about more than a year and a half ago,” so as to address the […]

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