The flag of Syria is not just a symbol; it is a reflection of the complex political and historical reality of the country. Syria currently uses at least two different flags, each representing specific political and social...Read More
In an age where technology allows us to virtually explore different parts of the world, video games have taken on the role of digital tour guides, offering players a chance to experience diverse landscapes and cultures. The...Read More
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After a hiatus of almost 11 years, diplomatic relations have been restored between Syria and Tunisia, as reported by Deutsche Welle. The diplomatic freeze, dating back to the turbulent times of the Arab Spring, ended in a thaw that has been hailed as a sign of potential stability in the region. Beyond the realm of politics, this development has also brought about a notable cultural exchange. One manifestation of this is the newfound access Syrian nationals have to Tunisia’s hugely popular game, Big Bass Splash. The game, a nationwide phenomenon in Tunisia, has quickly garnered a devoted following among Syrians, becoming an unexpected but welcome symbol of the renewed ties between the two nations.