Bizerte


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Bizerte

(bɪˈzɜːtə; French bizɛrt) or

Bizerta

n
(Placename) a port in N Tunisia, on the Mediterranean at the canalized outlet of Lake Bizerte. Pop: 118 000 (2005 est)

Bi•zer•te

(bɪˈzɜr tə, -ti, -ˈzɛərt)

also Bi•zer•ta

(-tə)

n.
a seaport in N Tunisia. 94,509.
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This event will make Bizerte the "Davos of the sea", he added after a working session held at the headquarters of the governorate, the second in a fortnight to discuss the project of the Forum of the Sea to be held next summer (between late June and late September), in Bizerte, in partnership between Tunisia and France.
(TAP) -- A three-day awareness campaign on local governance and civic participation kicked off on Saturday in the Bizerte Arts Square.
(TAP) -- Ways to strengthen co-operation between Bizerte governorate and French regions was the focus of a working session between local structures and a delegation of the 'French Embassy held Thursday at the headquarters of the governorate.
(TAP) - Al Badil Ettounsi party's presidential candidate Mehdi Jomaa, on Monday, kicked off his presidential campaign in Bizerte.
Summary: A large delegation from the German city of Rostock last Tuesday began three-day working visit to Bizerte. This is part of the implementation of the Friendship and Co-operation Agreement established
Summary: Yesterday Tunisia celebrates Evacuation Day (Eid Al-Jalaa), a day that commemorates the retreat of last French soldier from Bizerte on October 15, 1963.
Par ailleurs, le CA Bizerte (Tunisie) s'est impose face a l'equipe congolaise du TP Mazembe (1-0), (mi-temps: 0-0) vendredi au stade 15-Octobre de Bizerte, dans un match comptant pour la 3e journee de la phase de poules (groupe B) de la coupe de la Confederation africaine de football.