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Mauritanian Blogger's Death Sentence Upheld

Mohamed Cheikh Ould Mkhaitir, a 29 year-old Mauritanian blogger, was sentenced to death in December 2014 on the charge of apostasy after he wrote an article about the Prophet Mohamed and his use of the caste system. 368 more words

Freedom Of Expression

Trails of Mauritania - chapter 2

Lamine

At the Mauritel office, a middle aged man inspects my Android and glances at me with compassion: poor foreign lady has no money to invest into a decent phone. 1,929 more words

Featured

Detour to Mauritania

I tried to go to Mauritania in 2013 from Senegal, but that was a weird transition time when visas on arrival at land borders weren’t available. 651 more words

World Travels

Faces of the World - Mauritania

Faces of the World: Mauritania

Our Mauritanian faces are Bedouin Arab-Berber man named Omar, and Haratin Girl named Zenib.

Mauritania is home to Haratin, Arab-Berber, and Black African people.

Anthropology

Biram Dah Abeid; a Mauritanian hero

Every person in the world can achieve to make a difference. However some people achieve to make a difference that changes mankind, this difference brings them hope and inspiration. 924 more words