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The city of Carthage (/ˈkɑrθɪdʒ/) is a city in Tunisia and was the centre of the ancient Carthaginian civilization. The city developed from a Phoenician colony of the 1st millennium BC into the capital of an ancient empire. The area of Carthage was before inhabited by Berber people who also became the bulk of Carthage's population and constituted a significant part of its army, economy and administration. Native Berbers and settling Phoenicians in Carthage mixed in different ways including religion and language, creating the Punic language and culture. The name of Carthage, Latin: Carthago or Karthago, Ancient Greek: Καρχηδών Karkhēdōn, Etruscan: *Carθaza, is derived from the Phoenician Qart-ḥadašt meaning "New City" (Aramaic: קרתא חדתא, Qarta Ḥdatha; Hebrew: קרת חדשה, Qeret Ḥadašah'), i...
Tunisia has one of the most active IT communities in Africa. Every year, Hackathon's are organized by private companies. This year's two challenges are development and data science. Developers and data scientists were given real world engineering problems and they applied their coding skills to solve them. CGTN's Adnen Chaouachi was there Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
A Tunisian engineer has invented a breakthrough method in the field of generating wind energy. Thirty-seven-year old Anis Aouni has spent over two years creating new ways of harnessing wind power, resulting in the creation of a bladeless wind converter known as ''Saphonian'' or the ''Zero-blade Wind Converter.''
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As integrated, international oil and gas company, OMV offers interesting and diverse job possibilities and excellent perspectives for the future. Donia Wamani talks about her everyday life as Junior Drilling Engineer and about OMV as employer. Video by WHATCHADO - http://www.whatchado.com/de/omv -------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to the OMV Channel: http://www.youtube.com/OMV Follow our Blog: http://www.omv.com/blog Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/omv Follow us on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/omv Follow us on XING: http://www.xing.com/company/omv Follow us on Facebook: http://www.omv.com/portal/01/com/facebook
Now, imagine for a moment you were blind - and the challenges that it brings on a daily basis. It's the same across the world. That's where a group of Tunisian student engineers come in. They've invented a device that helps guide blind people. Take a look. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
Tunisia is often described as the only Arab revolution success story. Three years after the uprising which brought down the dictator Zain al Abidin Ben Ali the country is transitioning into a multi-party democracy. But all is far from rosy in this north African nation. Unemployment is high; divisions between secularists and Islamic parties are acute; and a takfiri security threat poses a persistent problem.Roshan Muhammed Salih travels to Tunisia during the first round of the country’s presidential elections to find out whether national reconciliation is possible or if the revolution has simply run out of steam.
Discover Asteelflash newly built Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) facility in La Soukra, Tunisia as well as its key employees contributing to its success. Asteelflash is the second largest European-based Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) provider with 18 facilities worldwide. Part of the IMTIEZ Project (which means Excellence in Tunisia), the new facility of Asteelflash La Soukra (Tunisia) is a brand new Electronic Manufacturing Facility with cutting edge equipment. Tunisia is now equipped with the most advanced manufacturing technologies thanks to Asteelflash investment in 5 full SMT (Components Placement / Printed circuit boards Assembly) including FUJI NXT III, for the first time introduced in the region. Asteelflash demonstrates by this major investment the future ...
Suspicious death of Tunisian aircraft engineer in Tunisia http://www.alaturkaonline.com/ Tunisian people gather in in front of governor's building to protest suspicious death of Tunisian aircraft engineer Muhammed ez-Zevvari, in Sfax, Tunisia on December 22, 2016. Head of Union of Engineer of Tunisia (00:02:38) speaks to journalist after demonstration.
Tunisia, a beautiful country that Kevin Macleod doesn't know how to spell (see below). Special thanks to my Tunisian friend Walid for helping with from of the info! MUSIC: "East of Tunesia" by Kevin Macleod SOURCES: -Being friends with someone from Tunisia (thanks, Walid!) -Wikipedia -http://www.tunisiatours.org/some-fun-and-interesting-facts-about-tunisia/ -http://www.businessinsider.com/largest-cities-in-history-2011-4#carthage-the-worlds-largest-city-in-300-bc-7 Did you enjoy this video? Be sure to like it, share it with your friends and family, and subscribe for more videos every Sunday and Wednesday! FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: @KhAnubis LIKE US ON FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/KhAnubisProductionsOfficial VISIT OUR WEBSITE: http://khanubisproductions.weebly.com FOLLOW US ON INST...
Faces and Stories at www.giz.de: https://www.giz.de/en/worldwide/21831.html Hachem Chaabene is one of 100 selected Tunisian experts looking for opportunities on the German labour market. With success: The young construction engineer is currently working for MEA Water Management GmbH in Germany. The company develops and manufactures drainage systems, and Chaabene is a valuable link with customers in the Arab world. GIZ is implementing this project with Tunisian engineers on behalf of the German Federal Foreign Office and in cooperation with ZAV, the International Placement Services arm of Germany's Federal Employment Agency.
„Even a simple civilian and simple student who does not care about civic activeness you switched him up to be an activist."
The Pennsylvania State University (PSU), in partnership with the non-profit organization Tunisian-American Young Professionals and premiere science and engineering universities in Tunisia (led by the Ecole Polytechnique de Tunis) and Morocco (led by Cadi Ayyad University of Marrakech) propose to establish a multi-tiered program focusing on the promotion of innovation and entrepreneurship in engineering research and education in both Tunisia and Morocco.
Nestled within the sprawling modern city of Tunis, the Medina, the historical urban center dating back to the 7th century, evokes the Arab world's rich past. After decades of decay in the 20th century, changes in the country are also changing the Medina. Jeffrey Brown meets a new generation of Tunisians who are working to transform it into a vital cultural destination once more.
I continue to explore Tunisia as go on a hike to Haouaria, a coastal town and commune in the Nabeul Governorate, Tunisia. We went to East Haouaria and started our hike at the Port. We then climbed up the hillside and took in great open scenes of the Mediterranean Sea, the views where just breath taking. We then made out way to an Old Fort on the hills, we had lunch, then as usual, enjoyed some traditional folk music and dancing. After Lunch we hiked back down the hill but on a different path to an area call Ras El Drek, where we discovered hidden caves with crystal clear water. We took the opportunity to explore and swim although the water was cold!!! We hiked back to the bus and stopped at Restaurant La Daurade for some coffee and refreshments while we took in to great view of the ocea...
Majed Khalfallah is Graduated from the National Engineering School of Tunis in 1985, he worked as a study engineer at SONEDE (Tunisian National Company of Water Exploitation and Distribution). In 1989, he joined the Regional Institute of Computer Science and Telecommunications (IRSIT) as a research engineer, and then R&D project manager, and then director of the laboratory of spatial referenced information and decision support systems. In June 2000 he joined Tunisie Telecom for the position of Director of Organization and Information Systems. After a brief stint as head of a private company specializing in IT he integrated the CEPEX as a CIO. In February 2008, he joined the SOTETEL as CIO. In February 2010, he was recalled by SONEDE for the position of CIO, to date. During his career, Maj...