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Tunisia bans disposable plastic shopping bags

In an effort to reduce plastic waste, shoppers will no longer be able to get single-use bags at supermarkets. If you happen to be shopping for groceries in Tunisia, you won't be able to get a free, thin plastic bag in which to take home your purc [Read story...]

Italians bask in Tunisia sun – reNews

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Renewables Now (subscription)Italians bask in Tunisia sunreNewsItalian outfit TerniEnergia has won a $12.5m contract to build a 10MW solar plant in Tunisia for Société Tunisienne de l'Electricité et du Gaz. The project will be the first utilit [Read story...]

Tunisia sees 30 percent tourism growth in 2017

The number of tourists traveling to Tunisia is expected to rise by about 30 percent in 2017, reversing two years of sharp drops caused by militant attacks on foreign visitors, a senior official said on Tuesday. Tunisia's tourism sector has been s [Read story...]