Summary: Tunisia has been a bright spot in the Arab world and, over the long term, its new secular democracy can offer a model for other countries in the region.
What does TN stand for?
TN stands for Tunisia (ISO country code, top level domain)
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We have 46 other meanings of TN in our Acronym Attic
- Transport Node
- Traveler's Notebook
- Tree Nut
- Trento (Trentino Alto Adige, Italy)
- Trigeminal Neuralgia
- True Negative
- True Neutral (gaming)
- True North
- Tubular Nylon
- Twisted Nematic
- Train Receiver Regulator
- Took Nothing Left Nothing (geocaching game)
- Taichung Native 1 (vaccine)
- Talula National Athletics (Aritzia clothing brand)
- Tamil National Alliance (Sri Lanka)
- Tashi Namgyal Academy (India)
- Technologies Net Alliance (Pakistan)
- Technology Needs Assessment (UN)
- Telephone Network Analyzer (Agilent)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Wednesday: Monastir: Tunisia - Senegal 1-0 Scorer: Ferjani Sassi (90+4) Egypt - Botswana 2-0 Scorers: Amr Jamal (52), Mohamed Salah (72).
Today, the United States and Tunisia signed a loan guarantee agreement which will allow Tunisia to access up to $500 million in affordable financing from international capital markets.
In a press conference held at the ministry in Abu Dhabi along with Tunisian Foreign Minister Rafiq Abdul Salam at the end of the sixth session of the UAE-Tunisia Joint Committee, Shaikh Abdullah said the bond between the UAE and Tunisia is based on good relations, distinctive mutual understanding and cooperation in various fields.
In this critical period, we are determined to support Tunisia and contribute to its success in every aspect, Gul told reporters in his return from Tunisia to Turkey on Friday.
Although Iran and Tunisia holds some common and different points of views, Iran is not an enemy of Tunisia and in fact is a friend of Tunisia," Abdessalem told Lebanese As-Safir daily on Sunday.
THE United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) gave its support for a recovery plan devised by the Ministry of Tourism of Tunisia during a recent visit to the country by UNWTO Secretary-General Taleb Rifai.
The Prime Minister has been informed that Pakistans mission in Tunisia and the government of Tunisia are looking after the stranded Pakistanis there.