September 26, 2021
  • September 26, 2021

The story of Tin Hinan, the legendary Tuareg queen whose tomb filled with treasures will never be forgotten

by on July 30, 2021 0

In 1925, a monumental tomb was excavated at Abalessa in southern Algeria near Tamanrasset in the mountainous region known as Hoggar by archaeologist Byron Khun de Prorok. The tomb contained the remains of a woman buried with beautiful jewelry, but the find did not receive the kind of publicity that other ancient finds have....

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Tunisia investigates Ennahda, the heart of Tunisia’s funding sources – Middle East Monitor

by on July 28, 2021 0

Tunisian justice has opened an investigation into three political parties, including Ennahda and Heart of Tunisia, suspected of having received foreign funds during the 2019 election campaign, a judicial source said. Reuters. The investigation was opened on July 14, before President Kais Saied used emergency powers to sack the prime minister and freeze parliament,...

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Tunisian army bans speaker of parliament from taking office – Middle East Monitor

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The Tunisian army this morning barred Parliament Speaker Rached Ghannouchi from entering Parliament, while President Kais Saied was seen celebrating his decision to freeze the government. Hours after Saied announced that he would freeze parliament and sack the government, Ghannouchi and several MPs walked towards the parliament building, but were prevented from entering by...

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Algeria recalls Moroccan ambassador for consultation – Middle East Monitor

by on July 19, 2021 0

Algeria has recalled its Moroccan ambassador for consultation, Anadolu reported. The government of Algiers does not rule out “taking other measures” to protest against the declarations of Morocco’s representative at the UN, which he describes as “aggressive” and in support of a local separatist movement described as “terrorist” group. The Algerian foreign ministry said...

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Algeria recalls Moroccan ambassador following Berber comments

by on July 19, 2021 0

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) minority. Hilale made the...

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

by on July 17, 2021 0

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 ambassador to the UN...

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