Tunisia: Flooding rains close schools throughout the Republic

Tunisia, Books / Awad Salam / Video/ Tunis, the capital and several states including El Kef, Kasserine and the states of Greater Tunisia: Ben Arous, Ariana, Manouba. Schools have been closed because of the torrential rain that has not been in the country for more than 30 years, causing the death and loss of at least two people. .

The wave of bad weather that has hit Tunisia since the beginning of autumn has shown the collapse of the infrastructure, in parallel to the economic and political crisis in the country, and a popular base on a hot plate due to rising prices and low purchasing power.

Video of Tunisia Nermin Safar dancing with clothes and sexual inclinations

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:-Controversial Tunisian actress Nermin Safar has re-entered the face of events again with a video on her Facebook site, showing herself dancing in sexual fantasies, most likely inside her home.

The video was published on October 15, when Tunisia celebrates the evacuation.

Nermin Safar sparked controversy on the Republic Day, posting a video dancing on the roof of her house, and Mant wearing underwear and clinging to the Tunisian flag.

See the destruction of Florida in the face of Hurricane "Michael"

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- Major Hurricane Michael was killed in Florida, with a wind speed of 250 km per hour. The State of Emergency was declared state of emergency in preparation for what was described as the "most violent hurricane" in nearly a century.

Video, Visit of America's First Lady Melania Trump to the Pyramids of Giza

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates: The First Lady of America, Melania Trump, visited the Pyramids of Giza at the end of her four-nation African tour, including Egypt.


Melania Trump stood in front of the statue and contemplated it, and received an explanation from the Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, Mustafa al-Waziri. She highlighted efforts to preserve the effects Washington is cooperating with in Cairo, and then visited the Panorama area of ​​the pyramid to take photographs.

Video clip from the tomb of Iraqi Tara Fares raises controversy

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- A video clip filmed at the tomb of Tarra Fares, the Iraqi model who was recently assassinated, caused a sensation that has not yet died out.

The tombvideo of Tarra Fares, an unidentified man appeared in it and said:

Video, beating Lindsay Lohan of a Syrian woman in Moscow

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, International star Lindsay Lohan tried to kidnap a child of Syrian refugees in Russia, but was slapped, activists said on social networking sites, while she tells the truth otherwise.

Lindsay Lohan published a video on Instagram and said that during her stay in Moscow she tried to save a number of Syrian refugee children by suggesting that the mother and her children go with her to the hotel instead of staying on the street.

The reason behind the death of Tara Faris and this happened during her burial, Video

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (Vision News) One person said he had taken the body of Miss Iraq and fashion model Tara Faris to the grave and said she was bleeding from her head, as if the event had just happened.

He pointed out that he was buried Tara Fares in Najaf Ashraf, and confirmed the people attended the funeral and burial.

Miss Iraq, Shaima Kassem threatened with death after the assassination of Tarra Fares, video

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (Vision News) Miss Iraq in 2015, Shaima Kassem received a death threat after the assassination of Miss Baghdad, a model Farah Faris in the area of ​​Camp Sarah in Baghdad.

Shaimaa appeared in a video as she cried. She said she had received death threats. She asked, "Are we guilty of going out on the media and becoming famous to be slaughtered like chickens?"

"When she opens her page, she finds a shelf, sometimes a knight and a racha.

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