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Algeria's growing need to intervene

With the Government of National Accord in neighbouring Libya claiming ISIS could shortly control the majority of territory in the country, continuing evidence of extensive weapons smuggling routes across the Sahel and an inability to safeguard its land borders, it looks increasingly likely that Algeria may need to violate its long established commitment to non-intervention in order to safeguard its own internal security. 525 more words

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The Hip Priest Radio Program, Volume 2


1. Fried Smiling – Bob’s Voice Mix 4

2. Peter Koppes – Desert Flower Bridge

3. Yulduz Usmanova – Jeli Jeli

4. Yellow Magic Orchestra… 41 more words


Mauritania: Biram Dah Abeid libéré

le 17 mai, 2016

Le 17 mai 2016, la Cour suprême de Mauritanie a ordonné la libération immédiate de Biram Dah Abeid , avocat et militant contre l’esclavage. 137 more words

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Mauritania: Anti-slavery activists released

Mauritania: Anti-slavery activists released

In response to today’s Supreme Court ruling in Mauritania releasing two anti-slavery activists, Alioune Tine, Amnesty International’s West and Central Africa Director. Amnesty International


Maghreb Youth Forum (MYF 2521) 2016

With the amount of depressing news we see in the  MENA region, one would think the media would jump at a change of moods and perhaps focus on a good story here and there, however,  the media remains fixated on misery which only encourages misunderstandings and ignorance. 478 more words