Monthly Archives: July 2021

Algeria recalls Moroccan ambassador following Berber comments

Algeria recalled its ambassador to Morocco on Sunday for consultations as a new diplomatic row erupted between regional rivals. The move came after Morocco’s envoy to the United Nations, Omar Hilale, expressed support for the self-determination of the traditionally agitated Kabylia in Algeria, a stronghold of the country’s Amazigh (Berber) …

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Algeria asks Rabat to clarify statements by UN representative on Kabyle people’s right to self-determination – Middle East Monitor

Algeria strongly condemned on Friday what it called a “serious deviation” committed by the Moroccan diplomatic mission to the United Nations (UN), after issuing an official memorandum in which Morocco expressly declared its support for “law. from the Kabyle people to self-determination. “ Moroccan media reported Thursday that the country’s …

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Overcome Arab stereotypes in the game

There has been a major shift in recent years in the way video games portray Arabs, but developers are still struggling to find their place and not lean on problematic stereotypes. Why is this important: Arab cultures have been coded into harmful stereotypes in games for decades. During a recent …

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Kim Kardashian slammed for her Vatican City dress

Kim Kardashian faces significant backlash after wearing a see-through dress in Vatican City. On Monday, June 28, the reality TV star was pictured alongside model Kate Moss and Moss’s daughter Lila Grace while touring Vatican City. Due to the sacred status of the Sistine Chapel within the Roman Catholic faith …

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