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A Tunisian farmer harvests wheat on June 26, 2008 in the Mateur area near the northern Tunisian city of Bizerte. A two-day conference organized by the African Development Bank (BAD) opened on June 25, 2008 in Tunis to boost agriculture in light of the food crisis hitting Africa. Experts are to evaluate and analyze difficulties affecting the African agricultural sector in order to be more reactive to needs. AFP PHOTO FETHI BELAID (Photo credit should read FETHI BELAID/AFP via Getty Images)

Tunisia’s food crisis will worsen without an IMF deal

Participants attend a session of the Abu Dhabi Space Debate, a two-day conference organised by the UAE Space Agency for stakeholders of the space sector, in the Emirati capital, on December 5, 2022. (Photo by Mumen KHATIB / AFP) (Photo by MUMEN KHATIB/AFP via Getty Images)

From spaceports to startups, Gulf countries race to boost space sector

A tourist swims in a swimming pool at a hotel in Tunisia's resort town of Hammamet, about 66 kilometres south of the capital Tunis, on October 7, 2021. - The October sun warms the sands of Hammamet beach on the Tunisian coast, but the coronavirus pandemic still casts a shadow, and visitors are few on the ground. After two ruined seasons in a row, operators in Tunisia are licking their wounds and hoping the lifting of travel restrictions will spell better days. (Photo by ANIS MILI / AFP) (Photo by ANIS MILI/

North African tourism hinges on stability in Europe and at home in 2023

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