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Newsademic Issue 319: Celebration and Protest

Informative, highly recommended EFL resource

 

 

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World news for students and young people

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International affairs in uncomplicated English

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Easily understood world news for English language learners

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Providing global knowledge and historical context

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Newsademic Issue 319 Celebrations and Protest in Tunisia

Latest issue highlights

Recently, many people in Tunisia celebrated the seven anniversary of the ousting of their former president. The celebrations were mixed with street protests that began several days previously. In this issue, we explain why many Tunisians now believe that their famed ‘Jasmine Revolution’ may never improve their lives.

Also in this issue:

  • Harbin snow and ice festival*
  • Trier’s Roman gate*
  • Banning boiling lobsters
  • Highest prime number found*
  • Biggest undersea eruption confirmed*
  • Tamils’ harvest festival*
  • Istanbul’s new canal plan
  • Black Death study
  • Bayeux Tapestry on loan

…and much more!

(those with an * have accompanying activities/worksheets).

 

The informative, easy-to-read introduction to world news for kids, students and schools

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