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Coronavirus continues to spread across the continent as two North African countries and one in West Africa all have new confirmed cases.
Tunisia, Morocco and Senegal have reported their first confirmed cases of the virus, officially known as Covid There are now 10 positive cases on the continent.
Source: Pulse Nigeria. I oldtiden var Tunesien hovedsageligt befolket af berbere. I tallet f. I koloniserede Frankrig Tunesien. Tunesien er Afrikas nordligste land, beliggende ved Middelhavet.
Det sprog som tales mest er tunesisk, som er en dialekt af arabisk. I begyndelsen af historisk tid udgjordes Tunesiens befolkning af berberstammer.
Landet blev erobret af vandalerne i tallet e. Fra var det en del af Det Osmanniske Rige. Den I blev han styrtet.
Den Arabiske Liga PLO havde hovedkvarter i Tunesien fra Grundet voldsomme demonstration lovede den tunesiske diktator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali den Der dyrkes bl.
Spielerwechsel Tunesien Chaouat für Khenissi Tunesien. Die entscheidende Szene: Torhüter Hassen faustet Verteidiger Bronn re.
Getty Images. Senegal-Stürmer Niang gab den ersten Schuss der in Kairo ausgetragenen Partie ab 6. Noch gefährlicher wurde es vier Zeigerumdrehungen später, als Sabaly für den Senegal aus 18 Metern nur den Pfosten traf Wieder Sabaly näherte sich aus der Distanz an Der Liverpool-Star vergab kurz darauf aus spitzem Winkel, nachdem er Keeper Hassen bereits umkurvt hatte Nach dem Seitenwechsel schickte sich plötzlich Tunesien an, auf den Führungstreffer zu drängen: Von einem Steilpass in der Konterbewegung geschickt, setzte Khenissi seinen Heber über Gomis etwas zu hoch an Slitis Schuss für Tunesien wurde im Sechzehner abgeblockt Koulibaly Khazri After independence in , the art movement in Tunisia was propelled by the dynamics of nation building and by artists serving the state.
Sadok Gmech draws his inspiration from national wealth while Moncef Ben Amor turns to fantasy. In another development, Youssef Rekik reused the technique of painting on glass and founded Nja Mahdaoui calligraphy with its mystical dimension.
There are currently fifty art galleries housing exhibitions of Tunisian and international artists. A new exposition opened in an old monarchal palace in Bardo dubbed the "awakening of a nation".
The exposition boasts documents and artifacts from the Tunisian reformist monarchal rule in mid 19th century. Tunisian literature exists in two forms: Arabic and French.
Arabic literature dates back to the 7th century with the arrival of Arab civilization in the region.
It is more important in both volume and value than French literature, introduced during the French protectorate from Among the literary figures include Ali Douagi , who has produced more than radio stories, over poems and folk songs and nearly 15 plays,  Khraief Bashir, an Arabic novelist who published many notable books in the s and which caused a scandal because the dialogues were written in Tunisian dialect,  and others such as Moncef Ghachem, Mohamed Salah Ben Mrad , or Mahmoud Messadi.
As for poetry, Tunisian poetry typically opts for nonconformity and innovation with poets such as Aboul-Qacem Echebbi.
As for literature in French, it is characterized by its critical approach. Contrary to the pessimism of Albert Memmi , who predicted that Tunisian literature was sentenced to die young,  a high number of Tunisian writers are abroad including Abdelwahab Meddeb , Bakri Tahar, Mustapha Tlili , Hele Beji, or Mellah Fawzi.
The themes of wandering, exile and heartbreak are the focus of their creative writing. The national bibliography lists non-school books published in in Tunisia, with titles in Arabic.
In Tunisian American creative nonfiction scribe and translator Med-Ali Mekki who wrote many books, not for publication but just for his own private reading translated the new Constitution of the Tunisian Republic from Arabic to English for the first time in Tunisian bibliographical history, the book was published worldwide the following year and it was the Internet's most viewed and downloaded Tunisian book.
At the beginning of the 20th century, musical activity was dominated by the liturgical repertoire associated with different religious brotherhoods and secular repertoire which consisted of instrumental pieces and songs in different Andalusian forms and styles of origins, essentially borrowing characteristics of musical language.
In " The Rachidia " was founded well known thanks to artists from the Jewish community. The founding in of a musical school helped revive Arab Andalusian music largely to a social and cultural revival led by the elite of the time who became aware of the risks of loss of the musical heritage and which they believed threatened the foundations of Tunisian national identity.
The institution did not take long to assemble a group of musicians, poets, scholars. The creation of Radio Tunis in allowed musicians a greater opportunity to disseminate their works.
The TV media has long remained under the domination of the Establishment of the Broadcasting Authority Tunisia ERTT and its predecessor, the Tunisian Radio and Television, founded in On 7 November , President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali announced the demerger of the business, which became effective on 31 August Most programs are in Arabic but some are in French.
Growth in private sector radio and television broadcasting has seen the creation of numerous operations including Radio Mosaique FM, Jawhara FM, Zaytuna FM, Hannibal TV , Ettounsiya TV, and Nessma TV.
Before the recent democratic transition, although freedom of the press was formally guaranteed by the constitution, almost all newspapers have in practice followed the government line report.
Critical approach to the activities of the president, government and the Constitutional Democratic Rally Party then in power were suppressed.
In essence, the media was dominated by state authorities through the Agence Tunis Afrique Presse. This has changed since, as the media censorship by the authorities have been largely abolished, and self-censorship has significantly decreased.
Football is the most popular sport in Tunisia. The Tunisia national football team , also known as "The Eagles of Carthage," won the African Cup of Nations ACN , which was held in Tunisia.
The premier football league is the " Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 1 ". The Tunisia men's national handball team has participated in several handball world championships.
In , Tunisia came fourth. The national league consists of about 12 teams, with ES. Sahel and Esperance S. Tunis dominating. The most famous Tunisian handball player is Wissem Hmam.
In the Handball Championship in Tunis , Wissem Hmam was ranked as the top scorer of the tournament. The Tunisian national handball team won the African Cup ten times, being the team dominating this competition.
The Tunisians won the African Cup in Gabon by defeating Egypt. Tunisia's national basketball team has emerged as a top side in Africa.
The team won the Afrobasket and hosted Africa's top basketball event in , and In boxing , Victor Perez "Young" was world champion in the flyweight weight class in and In the Summer Olympics , Tunisian Oussama Mellouli won a gold medal in meter freestyle.
In , Tunisia participated for the seventh time in her history in the Summer Paralympic Games. She finished the competition with 19 medals; 9 golds, 5 silvers and 5 bronzes.
Tunisia was classified 14th on the Paralympics medal table and 5th in Athletics. Tunisia was suspended from Davis Cup play for the year , because the Tunisian Tennis Federation was found to have ordered Malek Jaziri not to compete against an Israeli tennis player, Amir Weintraub.
The ITF Board decided to send a strong message to the Tunisian Tennis Federation that this kind of action will not be tolerated.
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