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Black Lives Matter skirts North Africa despite everyday racism

20 July, 2020

Black citizens in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia, as well as migrants from sub-Saharan Africa who come to work, study or try to reach Europe, say they suffer endemic day-to-day racism.

Moroccan women trapped in Spain demand return home

15 July, 2020

Thousands of low-earning Moroccan workers in Spain are unable to afford flights home.

Lebanese convicted of financing Hezbollah in US returns home

08 July, 2020

A Lebanese businessman who was convicted for laundering money to Hezbollah returned to his home country after his early release.

Eid al-Adha poses major coronavirus risk, Turkish expert says

07 July, 2020

Scientists and officials in several Muslim-majority countries have expressed concerns over the potential spread of Covid-19 at sacrificial livestock markets.

Morocco arrests journalist over 'drunk' argument after spying claims

06 July, 2020

Omar Radi, who Amnesty had previously warned was targeted by Israeli spyware but accused by authorities of being a 'foreign spy', was arrested on Monday for 'public drunkenness and violence.

The Middle East at war with coronavirus: Top stories

05 July, 2020

In today's roundup: Iran mulls restrictions while the West Bank extends lockdown, US releases Kassim Tajideen, Yemen again faces famine, and a deep dive into Egypt's persecution of doctors

The Middle East at war with coronavirus: Top stories

05 July, 2020

In today's roundup: Egyptian actor Ragaa al-Geddawy dies after contracting the COVID-19, Iran and Morocco report new record one-day virus death toll and the Gulf sees a spike in infections.

Morocco reports record daily number of coronavirus infections

05 July, 2020

Morocco has reported 698 new cases of coronavirus infections, the highest ever daily number since March, after an outbreak at a fish canning factory in the city of Safi

Morocco asks for proof it used spyware on journalist

03 July, 2020

Morocco has demanded Amnesty International prove that it has deployed spyware on a journalist.

Italian MEP accuses Algeria of oppressing Amazigh ethnic group

02 July, 2020

Since the outbreak of Covid-19, the Algerian government has passed two laws endangering the freedoms of the Amazigh people, according to Minority Rights Group International.

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