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Preserving Algeria's audiovisual memory: EU funded project putting digitized archives online Med-Mem endeavors to organize an online database with over 4,000 documents, to be made available by September 2012.
North African diversities: an Algerian odyssey Reporter Francis Ghilès' observations in Algeria over the past half-century.
National Forces Alliance sweeps party lists as election results finally announced Official election results confirm recent projections.
Memories of a Libyan Child Perspective of a first-generation exile on Libya and Gaddafi’s rule.
Libyans Didn't Vote for Liberals, They Voted Against Radicals Hasan Madan argues the need for state building prompted Libyans to vote for the party most capable of sweeping reform.
Turning War into Art: A Libyan Revolution Memorial with a Story to Tell Exploration into the Al Manar Palace in Benghazi, recently converted into The Museum of Gaddafi's War Crimes.
MAURITANIA: Sharing to survive Personal accounts of famine and encounters with the problematic Emel food program.
Mauritania: Remembering the Country's First Military Coup An accumulation of reflections on the country's first years of military rule.
Chlihat et l’insurrection qui vient Assessment of recent events in Chlihat in the framework of capitalist globalization.
Morocco’s ‘luxury prisons’ stir controversy The Joint Committee for the Defense of Islamist Detainees criticizes the disparity in conditions between (Islamic) political opponents and Morocco's 'elites.'
Moroccan women build land rights movement Women in areas governed by the orf (‘tribal law’) fight to attain land ownership.
Morocco: Rise and Fall of Feb20 Protest Movement Ahmed Benchemsi challenges the external narrative surrounding the peaceful" appeasement of the Feb 20 Movement with constitutional reform.
Tunisia: The hijacking of free radio Imminent broadcasting regulations may impact the longevity of Tunisia's newest channels.
Tunisian cartoonist Z: 'My hatred for Ben Ali made me free' video Interview with the anonymous Tunisian blogger behind debatunisie.com
Tunisian Government and Lawyers: International Law Protecting Ben Ali’s Money
انطلاق مسيرة مطالبة برحيل النظام بموريتانيا Videos of recent Nouakchott opposition protests.
موريتانيا: فلكلور غني بالرقص والألعاب Traditional Mauritanian dancing and games reflect the marriage of Arab and African cultures.
مرضى ستوكهولم في موريتانيا A citizen criticizes (his perception of) the widespread indifference towards the Mauritanian government.
نظام بوتفليقة مستمر في محاربة الصحافة.. الشبكة: حبس الصحفيين مستمر والنظام كاذب The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information denounces the prison sentence and unwarranted fines levied against yet another journalist in Algeria.
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