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Abdelkader Kherba Discharged… The Mouvement de la Jeunesse Independante pour le Changement applauds the release of activist Abdelkader Kherba but calls on Algerian authorities to abstain from "judicial arbitrariness" in his and other activist's trials.
Conséquences des Incendies Criminels Ayant Ciblé la Kabylie Said Tissegouini reviews the financial costs of arson in the Kabylia.
«La Mission de Sellal : Préparer la Présidentielle de 2014» Interview with Mohamed Chafik Mesbah regarding Bouteflika's recent appointments and the issues facing his regime.
Algeria’s Dangerous Economic Gamble Kemal Benkoussa argues the impact of economic stresses, compounded by the absence of political choice, may prompt mass unrest in Algeria.
Broad Thoughts on Algeria’s New Cabinet Kal discusses his impressions of Bouteflika's new appointments.
Abushagur Elected as Prime Minister Breakdown of Wednesday’s GNC votes.
Latest: Libya Attack Huffpost live segment with expatriate Libyan activists @Libyan4life and @ArmchairArab.
Don't Give Up on the Arab Spring Shadi Hamid argues that Libya remains predominantly pro-American and that the United States should continue to side with democratic movements in the Middle East.
What Was Really Behind the Benghazi Attack? Renowned Libyan writer Hisham Matar discusses the unpopularity of ultra-extremists in Libya.
Amazigh in Libya: From Gaddafi’s Denial to New Libya’s Crippling Silence Mohamed Eljarh argues the Arab-dominant narrative of the "Arab Spring" revolutions often overshadowed the essential roles of Amazigh communities.
Libya: A Project to Support Blogging A team from France24 and partnering organizations launches "Libyablog" to nurture the art of journalism and blogging amongst Libyans.
Rebuilding Post-War Libya: The Race For Prime Minister Tasbeeh Herwees contextualizes Libya's first election for Prime Minister.
Mauritania to Impose Mosque Oversight Officials announce a "counter-extremist" monitoring plan that leaves many citizens skeptical of its veritable intentions.
Morocco Jails Five Protesters Five Feb20 protestors sentenced for "unauthorized" protests.
J'ai vu Condamner des Innocents Exhaustive recount of events leading up to the sentencing of Feb20 protestors.
A Tale of Two Moroccan Women Exposes Myths of Arab Identity Samia Errazzouki reflects on Lalla Essaydi's "Les Femmes du Maroc" art exhibition through an anaylsis of contemporary media and social presentations of Moroccan women.
The Murder of Abdulraouf Khamasi and the Attempted Cover-up by the Security and Justice Sectors Winston Smith thoroughly curates and surveys evidence supporting allegations that Abdul Rauf Khamasi died after being tortured in custody.
Ekbess, Campagne des Partisans d’Ennahdha : Diversion ou Véritable Contestation? Lilia Weslaty examines protests ostensibly held by youth disappointed in their own party's dearth of achievements.
A Tale of Being a Sufi in Tunisia Afifa Ltfifi explores the social and political experiences of Sufis through one of Tunisia's many practitioners.
Tunisia's Revolution and the Salafi Effect Alice Fordham discusses the nuances between and within Islamists and Salafists in Tunisia.
الموريتانيون يحتجون أمام السفارة الأمريكية استنكارا للفيلم المسيء إلى الرسول | #موريتانيا أخبار
Mauritanians join protests at the US embassy.
مالي: الجيش يقتل دعاة موريتانيين
Ahmed Jadu chronicles reactions to the murder of Mauritanian religious leaders in Mali.
Libyans Against Terrorism Libyans produce a short video-clip in remembrance of Ambassador Chris Stevens.
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