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Morocco: Food distribution in Essaouira turns deadly, over a dozen killed

Morocco: Food distribution in Essaouira turns deadly, over a dozen killed

The North Africa Journal – November 19, 2017: At least 15 people died when they were crushed during a stampede in Essaouira, Morocco. The victims were receiving food aid in…

The disgraceful practice of human trafficking in Libya

The disgraceful practice of human trafficking in Libya

The North Africa Journal – November 16, 2017: International organizations and human rights groups have long been aware of the mistreatment of Sub-Sahara migrants moving through Libya in an effort…

Social and labor unrest escalates in Tunisia as the government is running out of ideas

Social and labor unrest escalates in Tunisia as the government is running out of ideas

Over the past weekend, the Tunisian central government dismissed two senior provincial officials in the restive Tataouine province located in the southeast, near the Libyan border.  In the capital, Prime…

As tension eases in Western Sahara conflict, the belligerents stick to their guns

As tension eases in Western Sahara conflict, the belligerents stick to their guns

The North Africa Journal – May 4, 2017: Fighters of the Polisario Front, who are seeking statehood in the Western Sahara, withdrew from a contested area known as Guerguerat, following…

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