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  1. PSA will open Tunisia factory to build new pickupRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 1 | Automotive News

    PSA Group plans to open a factory in Tunisia as part of its efforts to boost sales in North Africa. The factory will start building a pickup in mid-2018 to meet demand in the Tunisian market, PSA said in a statement .

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  2. 8 things to do in Boulder County today, Dec. 1, 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 1 | Daily Camera

    An award-winning play based on an original Spanish Inquisition file. It sheds light on the struggle to keep faith and identity under extreme oppression.

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  3. Tunisia 2020 investment conference: 145 mega projects on offerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 1 | Al Bawaba

    Algerian Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal: Tunisian Assembly President Mohamed Ennaceur; the Emir of Qatar, Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani; Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls and Tunisian Prime Minister Youssef Chahed at Tunisia 2020. Tunisian Minister of Development , Investment and International Cooperation Fadhel Abdelkefi said that his country doesn't want aids or donations from participants in the Tunisia International Investments Conference 2020; instead, it is looking forward for concluding partnership and investment contracts to fund the 145 mega projects.

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  4. PSA plans Tunisia pickup factory to help boost North Africa salesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 1 | Automotive News

    PSA Group plans to open a factory in Tunisia as part of its efforts to boost sales in North Africa. The factory will start building a pickup in mid-2018 to meet demand in the Tunisian market, PSA said in a statement .

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  5. REFILE-Credit Suisse's Swiss spin-off faces same capital rules as groupRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 28, 2016 | Reuters

    ... at the fastest pace in nearly two years, potentially signaling a turnaround in global demand for Korean goods. TUNIS Tunisia is seeking to firm up actual investment deals to go along with a series of pledges of financial support it has received at ...

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  6. Russia Protests Ukraine Plan to Test Fire Near Crimea | US State ...Read the original story

    Wednesday Nov 30 | Defence Industry Daily

    Tunisia's government has admitted that US drones are patrolling its border with Libya , to help fend off attacks from the Islamic State. Speaking on television, President Beji Caid Essebsi maintained that the UAV's were unarmed and denied that they took off from Tunisian air bases.

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  7. Hoping to preserve democracy, Tunisia woos foreign investorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 29 | Newsday

    Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi, center, Qatar's Emir, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, left, and French Prime Minister Manuel Valls attend the opening ceremony of "Tunisia 2020", an international investment conference, in Tunis, Tunisia, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016. International investors are converging on Tunisia as the government tries to drum up billions of dollars to keep its young democracy from falling into economic collapse.

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  8. Investors pledge billions in support for Tunisia's ailing economyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 30 | The China Post

    Tunisia won pledges of billions of dollars in support on Tuesday at an investment conference aimed at reviving the country's economy following its Arab Spring revolution. Nearly six years after dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali was toppled, Tunis hopes the meeting will help it tackle challenges including high unemployment, low growth and a tourism sector battered by jihadist attacks.

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  9. Tunisian leader vows to deliver on demands of the revolutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 30 | Watertown Daily Times

    Tunisia's prime minister said it's time the government delivered on the long-ignored demands of protesters whose 2010 revolt swept an autocratic ruler from office and sparked the Arab Spring. Unemployment, pay and inequality were the main drivers of the Jasmine Revolution, and six years later unrest is again festering after previous administrations focused on cementing the nation's transition to democracy.

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  10. Amazing Human: East Kilbride Tunisia terror attack survivor battling PTSD features in BBC seriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 30 | The Daily Record

    ALISON Mackenzie is now one of Scotland's top female powerlifters after taking up the sport to cope with the trauma of being caught up in a terrorist attack. AN East Kilbride survivor of the Tunisian Beach Massacre is being celebrated as an 'Amazing Human' after finding an inspiring way to cope with her post traumatic stress disorder.

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  11. Tunisia tries lining up deals after financial pledgesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 30 | Times of Oman

    Teachers and professors gather in front of the Ministry of Education to protest against the budget for 2017, in Tunis, Tunisia, on November 30, 2016. Photo - Reuters Teachers and professors gather in front of the Ministry of Education to protest against the budget for 2017, in Tunis, Tunisia, on November 30, 2016.

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  12. Tunisia, Morocco to boost cooperationRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 30 | Newkerala.com

    Tunis, Nov 30 Tunisia and Morocco will strengthen their cooperation, Morocco's Foreign Affairs Minister Salaheddine Mezouar told the International Investment Conference 'Tunisia 2020' here, media reported on Wednesday. [NK World] "The Kingdom of Morocco congratulates Tunisian authorities on the successful drawing up of the five-year plan 'Tunisia 2020' which marks a new stage in Tunisia's development process," Mezouar said at the conference, which kicked off on Tuesday in Tunis.

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  13. 7 things to do in Boulder County today, Nov. 30, 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 30 | Daily Camera

    "Seed: The Untold Story" Few things on Earth are as miraculous and vital as seeds. Worshipped and treasured since the dawn of humankind.

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  14. Qatar's Mejda Group set to back $220m Tunisia tourism projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 30 | AME Info

    The Sousse port is seen from the lookout tower of the Ribat fortress in the old city of Sousse, Tunisia. Qatar's Mejda Group is to sign a deal to develop a $220 million tourism complex near Tunis, a Tunisian official and a representative of the Qatari group said on Wednesday.

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  15. Regional partners pledge billions in help for Tunisia economyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 30 | AME Info

    Regional and Western partners promised Tunisia roughly $8 billion in aid and loans over the next four years on Tuesday, offering some respite for a post-revolution economy that has struggled to attract investment and create jobs. The money announced at a two-day investment conference in Tunis included $1.25bn in aid from Qatar, the biggest single pledge of its kind to Tunisia since a 2011 uprising ushered in a democratic transition but also years of economic uncertainty and weak growth.

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  16. Tunisia: Journalists Before Military TribunalRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 30 | PressReleasePoint

    Tunisia's military prosecutor should immediately drop charges against two journalists who criticized the country's armed forces, Human Rights Watch said today. The prosecutor charged Rached Khiari, chief editor of the newspaper and website Al Sadaa on November 16, 2016, with impugning the reputation of the army and undermining its morale under both the code of military justice and the penal code.

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  17. Tunisia to Target Tax, Graft in 2017 to Lift Growth, PM SaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 30 | Bloomberg

    ... the instability that engulfed other Middle East nations that deposed dictators. But economic hardship has tested Tunisia's young democracy, with terrorist attacks battering its vital tourism industry and officials still struggling with the high ...

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  18. Tunisia wins billion-dollar pledges for ailing economyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 29 | EurActiv.com

    Tunisia won pledges of billions of dollars in support on Tuesday at an investment conference aimed at reviving the country's economy following its Arab Spring revolution. Nearly six years after dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali was toppled, Tunis hopes the meeting will help it tackle challenges including high unemployment, low growth and a tourism sector battered by jihadist attacks.

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  19. Emir announces $1.25bn for TunisiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 29 | The Peninsula

    Tunis: Emir H H Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani said yesterday that Qatar has allocated $1.25bn as a contribution to support the Tunisian economy and promote its development drive. Addressing the opening session of the International Conference in support of economic, social and sustainable development in Tunisia , being held in the Presidential Hall, the Emir stressed the need to support the Tunisian experiment in "good governance and organisation of political life under pluralism."

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  20. Tunisia woos investors to preserve democracyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 29 | Salt Lake Tribune

    Tunis, Tunisia a International investors pledged billions of dollars on Tuesday as the Tunisian government tries to drum up funds at an investment conference to keep its young democracy from falling into economic collapse. Qatar announced $1.25 billion dollars to help boost development in the North African country, with the emir of Qatar asking, "Are we going to help or ... are we going to watch it face its troubles alone?" More than 2,000 people - prime ministers, CEOs and other participants from some 40 countries including the United States and China - are in Tunis for the two-day conference.

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