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Entreprendre 19m
Look at and its the Professionals that made the impact.
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Joyce Karam Apr 19
: for 9th Friday, thousands are out protesting,calling for change. Presidential Elections on July 4:
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Archaeology & Art Apr 18
A bronze Roman statue of victory found in , .
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vincent cochetel Apr 20
, a few things do not change, mass expulsion of foreigners to Niger from many countries continue, 262 on Wednesday, 75 today. These numbers include some genuine asylum seekers.
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Who cares! Apr 20
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Ahmed Apr 20
I was thinking maybe some of the youth groups on the ground can conduct a scientific survey to find out about peoples views on the way forward. This could done using a questionnaire with short, concise and unbiased questions
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Orla Guerin Apr 12
Protests for the 8th Friday in a row. The crowd is building and so is the anger against the system. People want a clean sweep, removal of all old faces and say they will keep coming until they get that.
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PV Men 4h
and University are jointly working on the Desert Solar Project, which plans to transform the largest desert into a solar power plant gathering place. It is hoped that by 2050, the electricity produced here could meet the energy needs of half of the world
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Raivaille 🌹 Apr 18
YoungThug repping the Algerian flag 🇩🇿❤️
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Mohsen Abdelmoumen Apr 16
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Fatiha Bouchiba 11h
| The Ministry of Interior continues the process of handing out election documentation to new presidential candidates regardless of the controversial electoral law, legal and procedural loop holes.
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Politikai Apr 12
Algerian police fired a water cannon at protesters in the capital as tensions mounted on the eighth week of protests against the country's leadership. The protest movement has been overwhelmingly peaceful but police were out in larger than usual numbers Friday, April 12.
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Algeria Wakes Up 9h
Army chief Ahmed Gaid Salah is expected to make an important announcement on Tuesday. Some sources are expecting a military coup d'état which goes against the demands and aspirations of the popular opinion. Keep an eye on !
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Lotte Leicht Apr 19
Renewed crackdown on protests in . Alleged mistreatment of the women detainees, incl unjustifiable touching of their bodies, could amount to sexual assault prohibited under int'l law. The and its member states shouldn't stay silent.
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Lalla Morjana 21h
Spotted in Algeria 🤣
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Rayane Ammari 🇩🇿🇩🇿 Apr 13
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Oluwashina Okeleji 21h
Replying to @oluwashina
🎥One to watch at 🇩🇿’s Baghdad Bounedjah 🔥
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Alex Noyes 11h
protesters keep up pressure on regime
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Travel - State Dept Apr 18
: Demonstrations continue throughout the country. At previous demonstrations, there were reports of confrontations between police and protestors involving tear gas and water cannons and reports of property damage and injuries. Avoid large gatherings and demonstrations.
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Jen Robinson Apr 19
A reminder of the impact has had around the world: here in . Everywhere I go from to , from to , from to the US, people have told me how revelations have empowered & inspired so many
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