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Tunisian Republic

The Tunisian Republic is located on the northernmost part of the African continent. It is bordered on the west by Algeria, on the north and east by the Mediterranean Sea, and on the southeast by Libya.
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== Answer ==   No. Technically he was not a real person, but rather a couple different Arab reformers rolled into one for the production of Lawrence of Arabia.   yes Al-Shareif Ali is a real person and he has sons and they are ... Shuja,a , Fahad, Meteb,Mshhur, Muhammad,Saud , and 2 daughters...
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Tunisia is a republic and it has a president. The current president is Moncef Marzouki.
It's named after the capital city, Tunis.
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The answer should be Yes. Tunisia is well known for being peaceful and empty of social and national troubles.First, Tunisia and the other countries. Tunisia have been internationnaly known of its friendly relationships to all foreign countries as well as Arab ones, and it is always neutral in its...
The Government of Tunisia is now under President Moncef Marzouki and Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali.
    Tunisia is a country, an Arab country much like Europe in its living rhythm and its life style. what you'll find in Tunisia is what you'll find in any other community; people, customs, traditions...   you can have a look at it using google earth, look under Europe, Italy you'll find...
Tunisia imports textiles, machinery, heavy equipment, fuels, chemicals, and food - mostly from southern Europe. Major trading partners are France, Italy, Germany, and Spain.
  The BIGGEST Problem     A major problem throughout Tunisia is desertification. Poor farming techniques, such as overgrazing, along with deforestation, soil erosion, and a limited supply of natural sources of freshwater are all contributing to the problem of desertification.    ...
Probably nearly 0. It is not a tourist attraction. That's why it was Tatooine in Star Wars.
The countries that share borders with Tunisia are from Left (West)  Algeria; and from the right (East) Libya. from North there is the  Mediterranean sea and from the South there is a common border of  Algeria and Libya.
No, if we wanted to go to Tunisia it would not be cheap.
The Mediterranean Sea is borders Tunisia on the North and the East.
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No, Tunisian doesn't use euro, They use Tunisian dinar (TND).
It depends where you are flying from.
Zine El Abidine Ben Ali was born on September 3, 1936.
Zine El Abidine Ben Ali was born on September 3, 1936.
Zine El Abidine Ben Ali is 75 years old (birthdate: September 3, 1936).
If you are a Jew and want to visit Tunisia, but are worried about your personal safety, I would suggest getting advice from a major Jewish organization
Tunisia got independance from France on 20 march 1956
Tunisia's capital city is Tunis.
Tunisie ( I believe its Tunisia in french is also feminine so its La Tunisie)
I am going to Tunisia in three weeks and i booked it because it is a lovely destination to go on holiday and safe for all the family :)
In the summer it gets up to 107F.
I've been using Vonage to call Canada from Tunisia for the last 2 years. It works quite fine.
Tunisians are aware that tourism is one of the sollutions to recover its economy , so they are doing their best to make Tunisia home for newly-wed couples, retirees, teenagers and children who dream to spend a pleasant and unforgettable holiday
yes. you could at least check the map
Even though Ben Ali was credited for delivering economic prosperity he was widely criticised for suppressing political freedoms.
President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.
The exact number of deaths from the 2011 Tunisia riots (The Jasmine Revolution) is currently unclear. As of 16 January, the total stands at somewhere between 23 and 68.
The immediate cause of the protests was the suicide of 26-year-old Mohamed Bouazizi on December 17. He could not find a job after graduating, and sold vegetables on the street in the town of Sidi Bouzid. When the police took up his trade because he was not licensed, he lit himself on fire in despair...
Tunisia , or in Arabic Tunis , is a country in the middle of North Africa, on the Mediterranean Sea coast between Algeria and Libya.
Tunisia was colonized on Tunis and other city in Tunisia.
They have too many people farting and being gadouches. There are too many people who look like monkeys.
Moncef Marzouki is the interim President of Tunisia. Marzouki was appointed on 2011 December 13 after the 2010-2011 Tunisian Revolution which saw long time President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali ousted, and a new national constitution drawn up.
    The current leader of Tunisia is President Zin Al Abidine Ben Ali. He's governing since 1987 and have been elected 4 successive time due to his success in governing the country and all the benefits he brought to Tunisia. He is from the political party "Democratic Constitutional Party"...
Prime Minister of Tunisia from the 1980s until January, 2011.
Zine El Abidine Ben Ali was the President of Tunisia at the beginning of 2011. Fouad Mebazaa became the acting President on January 15. Moncef Marzouki was appointed interim President on December 13. Fouad Mebazaa was the acting President of Tunisia for most of 2011. Mebazza became the acting...
Habib Bourguiba was the President of Tunisia in 1968. There  was no prime minister.
I can't remember what website but it said there was no vegetation but I know that's not truss so if someone satsuma that do not be leave them
No! it was a revolution and everything is fine now
No. Turkish people doent need visa to Tunisia
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no disease! tunisia is the first arabic and african country in health care
there's no freedom, no justice! ben ali was stealing the country!!
it may reach 40°C in summer.
Well, there ARE quite some dangerous sharks in Tunisia, as long as  you consider the Great White a dangerous species. Actually some  scientists believe that the small strait between Sicily and Tunisia  has the highest Great White population in the world because of the  tuna that they feed on....
The Tunisian part in Arab Spring started on December 17, 2010 when Mohammed Bouazizi self-immolated (burned himself to death) to protest the humiliation he felt when police confiscated the goods he intended to sell to make a living. His death was seen as emblematic of the economic failings of the...
Tunisians can talk at least 3 language (arabic,french and english) but german is popular here also.
Ali Laarayedh is the Prime Minister of Tunisia. . Laarayedh became the Prime Minister of Tunisia on 2013 March 14, shortly after former Prime Minister Hamadi Jebal resigned. Laarayedh is also the Secretary General of the Ennahada Movement (Renaissance Party). .
Yes! i'm in tunisia right now and it's too safe but you have to avoid some places in the capital city.
no it was called africa before then carthage and nowadays it's called tunisia
Muslims (97%), Jews (1%), Christians and others (2%)! but Tunisia is a semi-secular state and tunisian people are cool. =)
it was a revolution and not war! Tunisia is safe now.
it's the nothernmost country in africa besides tunisia has one of the greatest beaches in the whole world. it's a good destination for holidays
They shut down the Internet so now no one can read what is going on in the internet and can't read any bulletins or rumors
yes it's the cleanest country in the arabic world, if your european u won't find any problem living there! i studied there about 2 years and i loved it =D
you have to be at least 18 years old to vote.
Forget Ben Ali, he's gone. The real power in Tunisia now is the Tunisian parliament.
They established the city-state of Carthage there, which paid rentto the local peoples.
Yes, Tunisia is near Italy.
Answer   After gaining independence from France in 1956, President Habib Bourguiba established a strict one-party state. He dominated the country for 31 years, repressing Islamic fundamentalism and establishing rights for women that were unmatched by any other Arab nation. In recent years,...
Nothing in Islam is called Tunisian god.
  it can vary but usually around mid 20s
Tunisia imports are textiles, machinery and equipment,  hydrocarbons, chemicals and foodstuffs.
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Well women wear head wear which is something to wrap around there head and a dress a long one to cover there body.
  not for the first three months of your stay. So if you are going for a holiday for a week or two no you dont need a visa you will be fine.
Tunisia's gateway city is Tunis.
  More than 100 Fahrenheit
It would be in the north of Tunisia.
No, it's North Africa's most rapidly developing nation, has great infrastructure, health care and living standards. It is also ranked very highly for low levels of corruption and distribution of welsh in Africa. It has good trading within the Mediterranean and good relations with Italy. So in a...
Tunisians speak Tunisian.
That will depend on where in the world you are flying from, whichyou have not specified.
The country which colonized Tunisia is France.
no, it is purely African country
Tunisia is the capital city ofTunis, a country in North Africa.
"La Tunisie" (fem.)
No. In fact, Article 230 of the Penal code outlaws same-sex sexual activity.
Country which control Tunisia is French and Tunisia get  independence on 20 March 1956.
In the UK. the divorce is final and effective upon it s being granted and signed. If there is a waiting period in Tunisia you must contact their Embassy for further information.