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Referring to the United Nations’ resolution 1325 and on the occasion of the National Woman’s Day, the Rescue Association of Tunisians Trapped Abroad « RATTA » with the partnership of Ahmed Telili Foundation for Democratic Culture and Social Justice,

invites you to join its press conference entitled :” No Peace Without Women and Children” on :
Tuesday, August 14th 2018 at 09:00 Am in Karmel Hotel at Tunis
(100 m away from Golden Tulip El Mechtel - and near to the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research.

This press conference will focus on the numbers and the situations of Tunisian women and children trapped in Conflict area (known as the hot spots) and that referring to the cases issued to RATTA. In addition to laying the association’s visions out on how to deal with this category of terrorism victims and also the association’s visions to counter-terrorism and protect our country from Terrorism and terrorists.

·       Hôtel Al Karmel  :

And waiting for the pleasure of meeting you, accept ,Please, the highest expressions of respect and appreciation.

Best regards, 
Mohamed Iqbal BEN REJEB 
President and Founder of Association 
Rescue Association of Tunisians Trapped Abroad (RATTA) 
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Depending on the enlarged meeting of the General Secretariat of the Rescue Association of Tunisian Trapped abroad,

The secretariat of the association announces the decision of an extraordinary meeting that will take place on Wednesday 30 August 2017 The location will be determined later.

According to the following agenda:

1) to amend certain chapters of the Staff Regulations
2) Consider the proposal to adjust the composition of the association's committee.

The General Secretariat

TUNIS, Tunisia — Tunisia's president has decided to prolong a state of emergency enacted because of a terrorism threat for another month , Starting today May 16, 2017.

A statement from President Beji Caid Essebsi office issued Tuesday said he consulted the prime minister and the head of parliament about the extension. It takes effect immediately.

The state of emergency was put in place nearly 18 months ago.

Presidential spokesman Ridha Boughezzi says the extra time is needed because of "the demands of the fight against terrorism."

Tunisia suffered three major attacks in 2015: at the famed Bardo Museum, where 22 people died; at a beach hotel near Sousse, where 38 were killed; and in the center of Tunis on a bus carrying presidential guards, an attack that left 12 dead.

The DAESH  group claimed responsibility for the attacks.

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