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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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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Maghreb, Africa – World Atlas

The region known as the Maghreb is a region in northwestern Africa. The word “Maghreb” literally means “west” in the Arabic language. This name makes sense because it is found in the west of the Arabian Peninsula, which is the original homeland of the Arabs. Today, the Maghreb encompasses the …

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Can a military parade help Libyan Haftar stay relevant?

Regional experts say warlord Khalifa Haftar is making desperate attempts to prolong his existence in the country, but the ground is slipping under his feet. Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar, the so-called commander of the so-called Libyan National Army (LNA), recently invited members of the national unity government, including Prime Minister …

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Bridging time, distance and mistrust, with music

A documentary recently aired on Moroccan national television, “In Your Eyes, I See My Country,” which has aired at festivals in Marrakech and elsewhere, follows Ms. Elkayam and Mr. Cohen, her husband, on a trip to the Morocco, including visits to the hometown of their grandparents. He shows Moroccans kissing …

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From Morocco to Martha’s Vineyard

Are you feeling a little anxious? Haven’t you traveled abroad a lot recently? A visit to Morocco is close at hand on Silver Sahara’s website, silversahara.com, or during a visit to Island Music in Vineyard Haven. These two Martha’s Vineyard companies have teamed up to bring an assortment of alluring …

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Pastoral nomads in Morocco envision changes

North African pastoralism, an agricultural method used for centuries by nomadic populations of the high steppe plateaus, is in decline. Faced with limited pastures due to overexploitation and drought, pastoral nomads favor more sedentary farming methods such as growing fruit or nut trees and crops. Nonprofit development organizations in the …

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Canary Islands see local film production expand

They first conquered Hollywood movie shooting, now they aim to increase local production, adding a new local edge to one of the most popular filming locations in Europe. Ten years ago, the Spanish Canary Islands began to become a leading filming destination for major international films, offering varied landscapes and …

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The Arab world: time for a reset? | Middle East

In today’s Arab world, there is a treacherous tendency to classify people into a one-dimensional identity, be it religion, sect, ethnicity, or nationality. We often hear voices claiming that the Arab world does not exist and that the persecution of the Palestinian people is not our concern or that our …

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Unity efforts continue after transitional government vote in Libya

Lawmakers in Libya’s divided government have embarked on efforts to unify the legislature after a transitional government was selected in December to lead the North African country to elections. Members of Libya’s parliament began arriving in the western town of Sabrath on Sunday and plan to meet for a consultative …

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Libyan Amazigh Council calls for boycott of referendum on constitution

The Supreme Council of Libyan Amazighs on Thursday rejected in a statement the results of the Hurghada Constitutional Commission, including the decision to hold a referendum on the Libyan draft constitution. The statement said the referendum is hostile action against the Libyan Amazighs, who will boycott the referendum and fail …

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A new dawn for the Amazigh cause

This newcomer formed an alliance at the end of 2020 with two political parties that are members of the government majority, the National Rally of Independents (RNI) and the Popular Movement (deputy). Under the leadership of these two political groups, activists of the Amazigh movement are preparing to participate in …

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Berber New Year in North Africa

In North Africa among the Berbers, January 12e is the 1st New Year’s Day 2971 of the Amazigh (Berber) calendar which begins in 950 BC. Egypt until 715 BC. By Rabah Arkam This Berber king had succeeded in unifying Egypt and then invading the kingdom of Israel. He is said …

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Gafsa governorate calls general strike – Middle East Monitor

Gafsa governorate in southern Tunisia staged a general strike on Thursday that included most of the city’s public amenities to demand development projects and job opportunities for the unemployed. Public and administrative institutions, in particular, have closed their doors since morning. Meanwhile, strikers from several sectors, unemployed people and representatives …

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How Moroccans reacted to normalization with Israel

Thu 24 Dec 2020 How Moroccans reacted to normalization with Israel Source MENA through Zineb Riboua Unidentified Moroccan and Israeli officials sign memoranda of understanding during a visit by Israeli emissaries to Rabat, Morocco, December 22, 2020. Photo taken on December 22, 2020. REUTERS / Shereen Talaat “I was born …

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Marginalized Indigenous Peoples of North Africa

The Berbers are the descendants of the pre-Arab populations of all of North Africa, from the far west of Egypt to the countries of the Maghreb. The Berbers, who refer to themselves as the Amazighs meaning “free man”, have been fighting for a long time for greater recognition of their …

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Tunisia allows man to drop name linked to slavery

The Court of First Instance of Medenine, in south-eastern Tunisia, ruled on October 14 allowing Hamdan Atig Dali, 81, to delete the term “atig”- which means freed slave – of his name in all official documents. The justice ministry rejected the same request in 2017, saying there were no competent …

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Review of “Violence and Political Theory”

Elizabeth Frazer and Kimberly Hutchings. Violence and political theory. Cambridge: Politics, 2020. ISBN-13: 978-1-5095-3671-9 How do political theorists justify violence? And what are the shortcomings of these justifications? These questions have been the main driver in the research careers of the two authors of the book. In fifteen years, Elizabeth …

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What to expect from the Algerian constitutional referendum

People walk past campaign billboards ahead of the upcoming constitutional referendum on a street in Algiers, Algeria, October 22, 2020. (RYAD KRAMDI / AFP via Getty Images) The small revisions proposed in Algeria’s November 1 constitutional referendum are unlikely to motivate enough Algerians to vote against the changes. But while …

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Algeria launches the Amazigh Culture Prize |

ORAN, Algeria – The High Commission for Tamazight (HCA) in Algeria has launched the President’s Prize for Amazigh Literature and Language, with the aim of supporting Amazigh culture after years of marginalization. The secretary general of the HCA, El Hachemi Assad, announced on Saturday in Oran that the competition would …

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Christians – Minority Rights Group

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Bahá’í – Minority Rights Group

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Black Tunisians – Minority Rights Group

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Amazigh – Minority Rights Group

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The Berbers of Morocco: a culture called into question

North Africa is one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse regions on the continent. Centuries of invasions, colonization and foreign domination have shaped the identity of the region and its cultural heritage. The colonizers had different cultural origins and ethnic identities. Roman, Byzantine, Arab and European cultural origins and …

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France and Tunisia want to restart negotiations in Libya

The UN says the “last thing” Libya needs is more conflict on its territory, after Egypt warned of military intervention in the neighboring country. Children wave Libyan and Amazigh flags during a demonstration in Martyrs Square in the center of the Libyan capital Tripoli, currently held by the UN-recognized government …

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Morocco: More than a million tourists in Agadir in 2019

The Moroccan Atlantic coastal city of Agadir welcomed more than 1.1 million tourists last year, including Moroccan nationals, up 6.4 pc compared to the previous year, according to the latest figures published by the local tourist office. The number of Moroccan travelers having spent their holidays in hotels, residences and …

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Who were the Moors?

If the term ‘Moorish’ sounds familiar but confusing, there is a reason: although the term can be found in literature, art, and history books, it does not actually describe an ethnicity or race. specific. Instead, the concept of Moors has been used to alternately describe the rule of Muslims in …

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Extractivism and resistance in North Africa

North African countries are key suppliers of natural resources to the global economy, from large-scale oil and gas extraction in Algeria and Tunisia, to phosphate mining in Tunisia and Morocco, water-intensive agro-industry associated with tourism in Morocco and Tunisia. The commodification of nature and the privatization of resources involved in …

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Ethnic groups in Morocco

Arab and Berber cultures date back several centuries in the nation’s history, and they largely define what is now considered to be “Moroccan” daily lifestyles. The Berbers are the indigenous residents of Morocco. The Arab people came in the 7th century and conquered the country. As a result, they infiltrated …

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Payday loans jump in Canada

“Canada’s payday loan industry provides a vital service to cash-strapped Canadians who are struggling to access other sources of credit in times of crisis,” said Pedro Antunes, Associate Chief Economist at the Conference, in a statement. Board. When considering strengthening the regulatory requirements for the sector, policymakers must consider the …

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Akal movement struggles to revive Tamazight language and identity – Middle East Monitor

The founders of Tunisia’s emerging AKAL party say the time has come to rehabilitate the Tamazight language and identity of the country’s indigenous people, who have been marginalized for decades. The word “Akal”, which means land in the Tamazight language, has a fundamental meaning for the cultural movement that has …

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The best lenders to get a loan online in 24 hours

Nowadays, on the internet, getting a loan in just 24 hours is possible, thanks to the numerous sites that have accessible funding for most of the applicants. Furthermore, these portals guarantee the necessary security and transparency in transactions. In particular for those operations that concern our country. How to get …

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New loans are underway

Good news regarding Moneyfune to businesses. In fact, the initiative of the Ministry for Economic Development (MISE) has become operational, which provides for the possibility of issuing guarantees on Moneyfune aimed at small and medium enterprises. Obtaining liquidity will therefore be easier: companies looking for profitable financing can finally breathe …

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The rich mythology and megalithic culture of the ancient Berbers, lords of the desert

The Barbarian Coast of North Africa was named after the Berbers, the nomadic people who inhabited the region west of the Nile Valley in North Africa. Called the Amazighs or Imazighen in antiquity (meaning “free humans” or “free men”), they are among the oldest inhabitants of North Africa. Their rich …

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Morocco weighs heavily on French science education |

CASABLANCA – The question of teaching scientific subjects in foreign languages ​​is dividing politicians and intellectuals in Morocco where the public education sector is in crisis despite the reforms. A bill which would regulate the education sector and which was adopted by the Council of Ministers in mid-2018 was blocked …

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Bridge Loan: How Student Financing Works

For students who wish to request Isabel Archers but do not have a pay slip or special guarantees, there are special solutions. An interesting formula is Pyrobanking’s Crediter Bridge, which not only renewed its name, becoming Posteloan also its services. Let’s see in detail what it is. Bridge loan: what …

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The faded pride of Amazigh tattoos

For the indigenous Amazighs of Africa, body art was more than just pictures. They have been a decisive, almost poetic social marker for centuries. Berber woman wearing ethnic jewelry, Kairouan, Kairouan (Al Qayrawan) governorate, Tunisia. (DeAgostini / Getty Images) For many native North Africans, the nuances of nostalgia take on …

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