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Constitution of Tunisia, 1959
Constitution of Tunisia  (1959)  1484133Constitution of Tunisia1959 (Published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Tunisia - on June 1,1959 in
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Tunisia
Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 27 Tunisia by Harry Johnston 25240261911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 27 — TunisiaTUNISIA (Regency of Tunis), a country
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Portal:Tunisia
Class I - Texts by Country Subclass N - Nations Tunisia Class IN Main/Index sister projects: Wikipedia article, Commons gallery, Commons category, quotes
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CIA World Fact Book, 2004/Tunisia
CIA World Fact Book, 2004 Tunisia 8149CIA World Fact Book, 2004 — Tunisia                 This page was last updated on 1 January 2003 This is a snapshot
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The World Factbook (1982)/Tunisia
The World Factbook (1982) by the Central Intelligence Agency Tunisia 2030510The World Factbook (1982) — Tunisiaby the Central Intelligence Agency ​ 164
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Susa (Tunisia)
Britannica, Volume 26 Susa (Tunisia) 19410241911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 26 — Susa (Tunisia) ​SUSA (Fr. Sousse), a city of Tunisia, on the Gulf of Hammamet
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The World Factbook (1990)/Tunisia
Central Intelligence Agency Tunisia 2230434The World Factbook (1990) — TunisiaUnited States Central Intelligence Agency   ​Tunisia  See regional map VII Geography
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US Army Campaigns of World War II Series/Tunisia
Campaigns of World War II Series/Tunisia by Charles R. Anderson 223267US Army Campaigns of World War II Series/​Tunisia​Charles R. Anderson [[File:CMH-Pub-72-12
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United Nations Security Council Resolution 611 (category Tunisia)
Having considered the letter dated 19 April 1988 (S/19798), in which Tunisia made a complaint against Israel following the new act of aggression committed
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Enfidaville​(category EB1911:Cities:Africa:​Tunisia​)
Britannica, Volume 9 — Enfidaville ​ENFIDAVILLE [Dar-el-Bey], a town of Tunisia, on the railway between Tunis and Susa, 30 m. N.E. of the last-named place
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United Nations Security Council Resolution 116 (category Tunisia)
Council, Having examined the application of Tunisia [1], Recommends to the General Assembly that Tunisia be admitted to membership in the United Nations
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United Nations Security Council Resolution 573
sovereignty and territorial integrity of Tunisia, Having heard the statement by the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Tunisia,2 Having noted with concern that the
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Khaireddin
about his birth and parentage. In early boyhood he was in the hands of a Tunisian slave-dealer, by whom he was sold to Hamuda Pasha, then bey of Tunis, who
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Gabes
26615341911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 11 — Gabes ​GABES, a town of Tunisia, at the head of the gulf of the same name, and 70 m. by sea S.W. of Sfax
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Kairawan​(category EB1911:Cities:Africa:​Tunisia​)
Britannica, Volume 15 — Kairawan ​KAIRAWAN (Kerouan), the “sacred” city of Tunisia, 36 m. S. by W. by rail from Susa, and about 80 m. due S. from the capital
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Kabbabish
of the true Arabs. The Kabbabish have a tradition that they came from Tunisia and are of Mogrebin or western descent; but while the chiefs look like
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CSRT Summary of Evidence memo for Hisham Bin Ali Bin Amor Sliti
STATUS REVIEW BOARD 260 UNCLASSIFIED Exhibit R-1 When this document was first released, in March 2005, the location "Hamam Lif, Tunisia", was redacted.
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Tunis
25814671911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 27 — Tunis ​TUNIS, capital of Tunisia, the largest city in North Africa outside Egypt, in 36° 48′ N., 10° 12′
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Atlas Mountains
the east, a distance of some 1500 m., traversing Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia. To their south lies the Saharan desert. The Atlas consist of many distinct
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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Duveyrier, Henri
the Atlas, from the eastern confines of Morocco to Tunisia. He also examined the Algerian and Tunisian shats and explored the interior of western Tripoli
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