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4 hrs ago | The Imaging Resource
What drives a photographer to risk their life to get a story? A new documentary, "War Reporter" tries to get inside the minds of photojournalists and honor those who've perished while reporting the conflicts sweeping across North Aftrica and the Middle East.
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8 hrs ago | Arutz Sheva Israel News
Israeli tourists aboard a cruise ship were prevented from entering Tunisia, where the ship made a stop, due to a surprise decision by the Tunisian government, the cruise operator said on Monday, according to AFP .
13 hrs ago | Star Tribune
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19 hrs ago | Waleg.com
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20 hrs ago | Al Jazeera
The carcass of a nine-tonne fin whale has been discovered off the coast of Tunis, a rare find in the Mediterranean.
23 hrs ago | The Peninsula
Bahrain's Gulf Finance House will start building a $3 billion financial park and real estate development north of Tunisia's capital, a project that had been suspended for five years, the Islamic investment bank said on Monday.
B'nai Brith Canada has learned from Canadian Jewish tourists aboard a Norwegian Jade cruise ship that Israeli tourists have been denied the right to disembark when the ship dropped anchor at the Port of Tunis, Tunisia.
A Danish citizen and an Uzbek are among the 30 suicide bombers who were recognized by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham just two days ago.
Members of the Tunisian parliament celebrate after approving the country's new constitution in Tunis, Tunisia, January 26, 2014 .
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More than three years after the Arab Spring, the George W. Bush Institute is expanding its efforts to help empower women in fledgling democracies of the Middle East.
Tunisia's president on Thursday lifted the state of emergency that has been in place since the outbreak of a popular revolution three years ago, and a top military chief said soldiers stationed in some of the country's most sensitive areas will return to their barracks.
Former first lady Laura Bush is set to speak as a group of women from Tunisia are introduced as the latest participants in the George W. Bush Institute's fellowship program aiming to help women in the Middle East and North Africa hone their leadership skills.
More than 100 years ago, women won the vote in the United States. We've come a long way but there is much work to be done.
"These girls going to Syria will end up in prostitution ." Without hesitation Rachma el Hamdaoui of the The Hague Mother and Daughter Foundation explains the greatest fear of parents of prospective jihad brides.