Latest Local and World News in Tunisia

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La Presse de Tunisie was founded in 1934 by Henri Smadja, a Tunisian and French Jewish doctor and lawyer, born in Tunisia, who went on to become the owner of the daily newspaper Combat. The paper, based in Tunis, was close to the Constitutional Democratic Rally. Its sister paper is Arabic newspaper Assahafah. Before the 2010-2011 Tunisian protests La Presse de Tunisie was published by a state-owned publishing company.
As a result of these protests, the newspaper transformed from being seen as propaganda for Zine El Abidine Ben Ali’s government to having editorial independence from the government. However, the owner of the daily is the government of Tunisia, more specifically the state-owned company SNIPE.
In addition, the president of the paper, Mohammad Nejib Ouerghi, worked for state-owned newspapers before the deportion of Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.
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Mohamed Ali Ben Ammar | Editor-in-chief
Mohamed Ali Ben Ammar is a Tunisian freelance journalist, blogger, founder, and editor-in-chief at the online magazine MABAPOST.TN.
He received his diploma of “Workshop training in Citizen Journalism” in 2014 from BBC Media Action.
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Latest Local and World News in Tunisia - Réalités
Réalités is a weekly French-language Tunisian news magazine.
An independent magazine, it is published by Maghreb Media each Thursday. It was founded in 1979 by Taïeb Zahar and quickly became an important element of Tunisian national media.
The magazine is published weekly and offers news.It also covers investigative reports.
Following the publication of an article on prison conditions in its December 2002, issue of the staff writer was forced to leave the magazine. On 30 December 2010, during the protests, the magazine published an article praising of the family members of the former President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.
In 2005, an Arabic version was published. Its columnists/editors are Taïeb Zahar, Pascal Boniface, Ridha Lahmar, Hakim Ben Hammouda, Zyed Krichen and Foued Zaouche.
Its 1994 circulation was 25,000 copies. As of June 2006, the magazine had a circulation of 23,500, with 9,500 subscribers.
In 2014, its editor of the culture section, Hanene Zbiss, won the Samir Kassir Award for Freedom of the Press by the European Union for his report entitled “Quranic kindergartens in Tunisia”

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