Tunisia's Anas Jaber in the semi-finals of the Kremlin Cup

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- Tunisian tennis player Anas Gaber, who plays in the Russian Kremlin Cup, one of the courses of the Primer tennis tournament, beat eighth-seeded Annette Contavet of Estonia 7-5, 6-1 in the quarter-finals.

Jaber scored the best in her career after beating third-seeded Sloan Stevens in the world's eighth and eighth round after being knocked out by Russian Ekaterina Makarova in the first round.

Jaber, 24, said after her victory  "I have nothing to lose ... because I do not inform the final and the ceremonies here in Moscow."

Carthage Film Festival 2018: 206 films from 47 countries in 19 cinemas in Tunisia

Tunisia, follow-up: Awad Salam / In the City of Culture, in the center of the Tunisian capital, the Director General of Carthage Cinema 2018, Najib Ayyad, announced the opening film of this session, which will be the Moroccan film "STATELESS" by Nargis Al-Najjar.

Najib Ayad said that 800 films were screened in 2018, of which 206 were selected from 47 countries and that 19 cinemas in Tunisia and 4 in the regions (Nabeul, Sfax, Gabes and Siliana) will be selected. Carthage Film Days from 3 to 10 November 2018 will host more than 350 guests From outside.

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.

Tunisia: A new political scene in the face of the largest Islamic party

Tunisia, Awad Salam / Video

The political scene in Tunisia changed rapidly and abruptly. After a dispute between the two largest political blocs in the People's Assembly, the parties Nidaa Tunis and Nahdha Movement ended 4 years of consensus. Tunisia has only benefited from deterioration at all political, economic and security levels.

The NDP announced its fusion within the party Nidaa Tunis Movement, in the face of the Nahdha party, which announced the President of Tunisia, Béji Caid Sibsi, the collapse of the consensus between him and the party he founded and was his candidate for the presidency and the relative majority in parliament in the legislative elections in 2014.

Tunisian journalist Reem Boukmara is deposed from Saudi Arabia's Al Arabiya TV channel

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (Vision News) Tunisian media Riem Boukmara spent many years in the field of presenting cultural and social programs, before moving to the field of politics and news bulletins, on the channel "Arab" Saudi Arabia.

In September 2017, Raim Boukamra left the headquarters of Al Arabiya in Dubai to attend the channel's headquarters in Paris because of her marriage, her husband's stability in the French capital and his inability to move to Dubai.

Tunisia: Shakhan's debate on consensus puts the government in the face of parliament

Tunisia / Awad Salam, Tunisian President Béji Caid Sibsi said that the Nahdha Party decided to end the consensus on which the democratic process was built, referring to its adherence to the Prime Minister Youssef Al-Shahid, asking him to resort to parliament to renew confidence in his government.

Video, landslides and dead in torrential rain on Tunisia and warnings from Tsumani

Tunisia / Awad Salam, The city of Nabeul, one of the cities of Tunisia's tribal homeland, has suffered the greatest amount of material and human losses during the weather that caused the collapse of the country's infrastructure.

Tunisia's heavy rains in 48 hours filled dams, floods and landslides, washed away cars and people, killing two sisters and causing considerable material damage.

Tunisia: A step towards withdrawing confidence from the government

Tunisia, News Vision, Awad Salam-As a step towards withdrawing confidence from the government in Tunisia, the Tunisian Appeal Party, the majority parliamentary party during the last legislative elections, decided to freeze the membership of Prime Minister Yusuf al-Shahid.

This escalation comes against the government in the form and against its president a controversial topic of differences between Yusuf al-Shahid and the son of President Hafez Qaid al-Sibsi, who is the executive head of the party.

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