Cooperation relations between Tunisia and Spain, focus of Jerandi’s meetings in Madrid

Minister of Foreign Affairs, Migration and Tunisians Abroad Othman Jerandi who is on a working visit in Madrid, was received on Thursday by King Felipe VI of Spain. Tunisia and Spain held on Thursday the first political consultation session between the two countries’ Ministers of Foreign Affairs, according to a Foreign Ministry press release Friday. During this meeting, King Felipe […]

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Tunisia: Rights groups call on authorities to safeguard the right to independent public media

A number of IFEX members join rights groups in welcoming the Tunisian government’s decision to rescind a controversial appointment to the country’s national news agency, Tunis Africa Press (TAP), and call on those who ordered a police attack on the agency’s journalists during a peaceful sit-in to be held accountable. The undersigned NGOs welcome the Tunisian government’s decision to withdraw […]

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Warming Sudan-South Sudan Ties Yet to Deliver ‘Change on the Ground’, Peacekeeping Chief Tells Security Council, in Briefing on Disputed Abyei Region

Khartoum, Juba Focused on Political Transition, Regional Dynamics, Says Special Envoy, as Delegates Highlight Rapprochement The new rapprochement between Sudan and South Sudan has yet to translate into significant improvements on the ground in relation to their dispute over the Abyei region, the head of United Nations peacekeeping told the Security Council during a videoconference briefing today. Jean-Pierre Lacroix, Under-Secretary-General […]

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INLUCC refers to justice on suspicions of corruption in institution under Ministry of Communication Technologies

The National Anti-Corruption Authority (INLUCC) submitted to justice a file on “suspicions of economic, financial and administrative corruption complex” in a public institution under the Ministry of Communication Technologies. Several frauds and offenses were identified as a result of complaints received by the INLUCC about mismanagement in 2019 and 2020 in the institution in question, it said in its April […]

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Cyber attacks: ANSI warns against DDoS attack, most disruptive and fearsome of modern internet

The National Agency for Computer Security (ANSI) warned Saturday against the distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack, which “targets websites and online services. The aim is to overwhelm them with more traffic than the server or network can accommodate. The goal is to render the website or service inoperable.” “It is one of the most powerful weapons on the internet. When you […]

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