Monthly Archives: June 2021

The best things to do in Marrakech

Marrakech knows how to put on a show. Its intoxicating sights and sounds dazzle, dazzle and enchant, as they have done for nearly a millennium. The hustle and bustle takes on a whole new meaning, especially in the Marrakech medina. Whether you want to spice up your pantry with North …

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Amazighs throw key in consensual, constitutional elections on December 24 – LibyaHerald

By Sami Zaptia. London, June 18, 2021: Libya’s Amazigh Supreme Council (ASC) yesterday renewed its rejection of Libya’s draft constitution and referendum on it, or its adoption as the constitutional basis for a single election, and rejected any constitutional rule – unless all Libyan ethnic components do not agree. The …

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Tunisians outraged by ‘inhumane’ police attack on stripped and beaten youths in the street

Tunisians were angered by a video showing police beating and stripping a youth in the street. Tunisians have expressed outrage on social media after a video emerged showing four Tunisian police officers beating a naked minor in the street. The video shows police stripping the youth naked in the Tunis …

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Hoofed seductress, anti-colonial assassin. Musician SamiR LanGus summons a childhood legend

SamiR Langus (Arabic: لانگوس, Tamazight: ⵙⴰⵎⵉⵔ ⵍⴰⵏⴳⵓⵙ) plays Gnawa, a genre of North African trance music bearing the same name as the ethnic group that introduced complex 6/8 rhythms to Morocco. LanGus grew up surrounded by music, following the steps of street musicians, getting lost in the neighborhood. Originally from …

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