September 26, 2021
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Algeria accuses groups it associates with Morocco and Israel for forest fires | Algeria News

by on August 19, 2021 0

Algiers will review its relations with Morocco after accusing it and regroup with “Zionist links” for the deadly forest fires. Algeria attributes its recent deadly fires to two groups it recently referred to as “terrorist” organizations, adding that one of them was supported by Morocco and Israel. The Algerian president’s office said on Wednesday...

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Algeria accuses groups linked to Morocco and Israel of starting forest fires

by on August 18, 2021 0

Smoke rises following a forest fire in the province of Bejaia, Algeria, August 16, 2021. REUTERS / Abdelaziz Boumzar ALGIERS, Aug. 18 (Reuters) – Algeria blamed this month’s devastating fires on Wednesday on two groups it recently designated as terrorist organizations, adding that one was backed by Morocco and Israel. The president’s office said...

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Why are people crazy about Awkwafina?

by on August 18, 2021 0

Awkwafina is the subject of major criticism on social media after a scene from one of his past films went viral. The actress, real name Nora Lum, specifically receives backlash for her previous use of a blaccent (a black English accent imitated by non-white people, according to Dictionary.com) in her musical and film roles....

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The overhaul of the Arab working class

by on August 8, 2021 0

First of all, Egypt and Tunisia are very different, because in Egypt the Egyptian Trade Union Federation was created by the state in 1957, five years after the military coup that brought Gamal Abdel Nasser to power. . Nasser had until then refused to authorize a national trade union federation. From that time to...

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The overhaul of the Arab working class

by on August 8, 2021 0

First of all, Egypt and Tunisia are very different, because in Egypt the Egyptian Trade Union Federation was created by the state in 1957, five years after the military coup that brought Gamal Abdel Nasser to power. . Nasser had until then refused to authorize a national trade union federation. From that time to...

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The Weeknd sees children in his future

by on August 3, 2021 0

Welcome to PopCrush’s Daily Break! Here’s a breakdown of today’s hottest pop culture and lifestyle stories as heard on PopCrush Nights, which aired across the country. Check out The Weeknd’s family plans, DaBaby’s Too Small, Too Late Apology, and more, below. The Weeknd sees children in his future Singer The Weeknd says he’s determined...

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Caravana ready for global growth with support from Cho Ventures

by on August 3, 2021 0

Mexican artisan brand Caravana, inspired by ancient Mayan culture, is aiming for global expansion with investment from Cho Ventures, the private investment firm founded by entrepreneur Tony Cho. Caravana was launched in 2011 by Jacopo “Jack” Lanniello with a focus on ready-to-wear pieces, accessories and handmade lifestyle products using traditional techniques of weaving and...

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a symbol of Kabyle resistance

by on August 2, 2021 0

Lounes Matoub was born on January 24, 1956 in the village of Taourirt Moussa in Kabylia, is a musician, singer-songwriter and Kabyle poet. Militant of the Amazigh identity cause, he made his contribution to the claim and popularization of Amazigh culture and to the struggle for democracy and secularism in Algeria. He is recognized...

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