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Queer refugees on Lesvos are crying out for help

10 November, 2017

In-depth: The New Arab has spoken with LGBTQI+ refugees on the Greek island of Lesvos to learn of their experience in the Moria refugee camp.

Remembering the Paris massacre, 1961

27 October, 2017

Comment: France may be keen to forget its brutal suppression of Algerian nationalism, but this dark chapter in history offers crucial insight into France's treatment of minorities, writes Malia Bouattia.

Morocco to become space power with first-ever spy satellite

25 October, 2017

Morocco will become a space power in the coming weeks with the launch of the kingdom's first ever spy satellite which experts say could increase tensions with Algeria and Spain.

Amnesty accuses Algeria of 'illegal' mass expulsions

24 October, 2017

Algerian authorities have arrested and deported more than 2,000 sub-Saharan Africans to Niger and Mali in the past month, Amnesty International said on Monday.

‘Racist and illegal’ fast-track deportations target refugees in Greece

23 October, 2017

In-depth: The Greek authorities are deporting migrants on the Greek islands to Turkey in an expedited process - raising concerns over potentially illegal and prejudiced practices, reports Matt Broomfield.

Morocco recalls Algeria ambassador after airline 'drug trafficking accusations'

21 October, 2017

Morocco has recalled its ambassador from Algiers after Algeria's foreign minister accursed its national airline of trafficking drugs.

What happens next if the UN fails in Libya?

20 October, 2017

Comment: The alternative outcomes, should the UN's sixth envoy to Libya fail to bring about a political solution, are not enviable, writes Guma El-Gamaty.

UN envoy meets Western Sahara independence leaders

19 October, 2017

Horst Koehler met leaders of an Algerian-backed independence movement on Wednesday, as part of his new position as the UN envoy for disputed Western Sahara.

UN envoy in Morocco to restart Western Sahara talks

17 October, 2017

Horst Koehler was visiting Morocco on Monday as part of a regional tour aimed at restarting stalled peace talks between Rabat and the pro-independence Polisario Front.

Wave of 'thirsty protests' hit Morocco after water shortages

15 October, 2017

In a bid to express their discontent over the water crisis, residents began organising regular peaceful protests in a town near the capital Rabat.

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