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The Middle East's women are championing their own change

07 March, 2018

Comment: Discrimination and violence against women remain pervasive and entrenched, but changes are a credit to the region's women human rights defenders, writes Human Rights Watch's Rothna Begum.

Erdogan's first visit to Mauritania in West Africa tour

01 March, 2018

The Turkish leader arrived from Algeria and was met by Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz who is expected to seal the accords at the West African leader's palace.

Erdogan on new Africa tour to push Turkish influence

26 February, 2018

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday embarked on a five-day tour of West Africa in a bid to ramp up Turkey's growing influence throughout the continent.

Libya's neighbours are obstructing its path to peace

22 February, 2018

Comment: Regional involvement in Libya's conflict is hindering its efforts towards stability, writes Guma El-Gamaty.

Algeria lawmaker under fire over attack on Berber language

10 February, 2018

An Algerian member of parliament has come under fire after she attacked the language of the country's Berber minority in comments that have been widely condemned as racist.

Token brown faces are not what Muslim women want

08 February, 2018

Comment: There is a patronising, racist assumption that Muslim women should be grateful for token Muslims in high places, regardless of what they actually represent politically, writes Malia Bouattia.

Polisario Front leader replaces prime minister

05 February, 2018

Abdelkader Taleb Omar has been forced out, and Mohamed Alwali Akaik, a close ally of the president, has been sworn in, as alliances and rivalries anticipate the Front's forthcoming Congress.

Germany to compensate 25,000 Nazi-persecuted Algerian Jews

05 February, 2018

Germany has officially recognised Algerian Jews as Holocaust survivors for the first time, making them eligible for compensation for the persecution they suffered at the hands of the Vichy regime.

Investigation: Coercive 'voluntary' deportations leave refugees trapped in jail

02 February, 2018

Exclusive: A scheme to repatriate refugees whose asylum bids have been rejected amounts to bullying and bribing desperate people to return to desperate situations, reports Matt Broomfield.

Behind Algeria's Iranian book ban

30 January, 2018

Blog: Fears of Iranian influences sparking sectarian divisions in Algeria are unlikely to stop future cooperation between Algiers and Tehran, writes Habibulah Lamin.

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