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Echoes from the Tunisian blogosphere

Zizou from Djerba wonders why there is a lack of information and news about cities and towns other than the capital in Tunisia, saying that the traditional media is not covering these places enough and that he hopes blogs will take over this mission.

Adib and MMM talk about FIFAK 2005, the International Amateur Film Festival that is being held in Kelibia, from August 27 until September 3. Adib attended and provides reviews of the festival and the best movies here and here.

Yamen will be visiting the USA in a special program organized by the U.S. Department of State and The White House, through which leaders, politicians and academics from around the world will be present and meet together; He will be representing Tunisia.

Karim writes about the shock he and others got when they witnessed a topless photo shoot at a public beach in Gammarth.

The Brunette talks about how her aunt gave her a Tunisian cooking book because she thinks she's old enough for marriage and will certainly need it soon. She goes on about how many weird recipes there are and how complicated it all seems.

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