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17 October 2018
No new taxes on companies or individuals in Tunisia’s 2019 budget The Tunisian government has announced that it will not impose new taxes on companies and citizens in the 2019 budget and will reduce them on pharmaceuticals and information technology sectors.
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17 October 2018
EESC calls for a greater involvement of civil society in EU external action During the meeting with HR/VP Mogherini, the President of the EESC (European Economic and Social Committee), Luca Jahier stressed that: “the level of public support to ‘more EU’ is still high, and civil society organisations are willing to be part of this effort”.
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17 October 2018
UN Syrian Envoy resigns After 4 years in the position, Staffan de Mistura, UN and Arab League Envoy to Syria, declared that he would resign from office at the end of November due to “purely personal reasons”.
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16 October 2018
Egypt extends state of emergency Egypt has extended its state of emergency for another three months for the second time since April 2017.
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16 October 2018
Amnesty criticized France over arms exports to Egypt In a report, Amnesty International criticized the French government and accused it of breaking its own rules over arms exports to Egypt, which, according to AI, have been used for the internal repression of civilians.
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16 October 2018
Algeria MPs padlocked parliament in protest Around 200 deputies kept Algeria’s parliament locked up for several hours in a protest action to press demands for the house speaker to step down.
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15 October 2018
Germany deported accomplice of 9/11 attacks to Morocco Germany has deported an accomplice of the 11 September terrorist attacks on the United States to his home country of Morocco.
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15 October 2018
Five Algerian generals in prison over corruption The military court in Algeria has imprisoned five top military members, who were dismissed for alleged corruption and bribe.
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15 October 2018
Jordan and Syria agree to re-open the Naseeb-Jaber border crossing Jordan and Syria have agreed to re-open the Naseeb-Jaber border crossing.
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