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World Socialist Web Site Oct 1
whitewashes French state murder of - World Socialist Web Site
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Malika Rahal Jan 17
On Josette Audin, and project 1000 autres I'm working on concerning those who "disappeared" (=were tortured and assassinated by the French paratroopers) durant the
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Laura O'Brien Sep 13
Going to need to keep an eye out for reporting/commentary in English, to add to materials for MA students on historiography and Algeria. If any of you are planning to write anything, especially pieces likely to appear in next few weeks, let me know!
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Shamara Wettimuny Sep 13
Sometimes, decades later, states own up to enforced disappearances More positively, France is due to open the archives "on the subject of disappeared civilians and soldiers, both French and Algerian".
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Kahina Bouagache Mar 5
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Malika Rahal Jan 17
Following up from previous tweet, BBC World Service program on Josette Audin, the assassination of her husband during the in and our 1000autres projects to identify many others who disappeared.
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Liberté-info #MassProtests4Assange Mar 16
Replying to @Liberte_info
Meanwhile in , anti-Establishment protests continue peacefully, w/ people displaying posters in memory of revolutionary heroes such as the Algerian of European descent , who joined the anti-colonial resistance & died as a consequence:
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FRANCE 24 English Sep 13
"This is really a sign that something has changed in French political culture about the way you can talk about this period of history," said our international affairs editor after Macron admited French guilt in torturing , an anti-colonial activist
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Dónal Hassett Sep 14
The excellent Sylvie Thénault on the wider significance of Macron's recognition of state responsibility for the extra-judicial murder of . Will this be a turning point for narratives of the war and of violence of colonial rule?
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Virlogeux-Juncker 2 Apr 18
Justice pour
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James McDougall Sep 13
Replying to @LalehKhalili
Between this and I am getting *no work* done today...
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Mark Owen Sep 13
we’ve had great guests on this vital story. admits systemic torture during war of independence. Thanks ’s for your graceful and informative contributions on
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Amina Naili Sep 14
Come back on the Algeria France War. The historical recognition of the responsibility of the French State for the death of , could to be first step to open the painful dossier of all the missing Soldiers like the Civilians, from the both sides.
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Rym Khadhraoui Sep 14
Opening of archives & recognition of 's responsibility for abuses in are welcome. Let's also remember the state-of-emergency law was first adopted in that context before making its come back & inspiring current French law.
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FRANCE 24 English Sep 13
Replying to @ArmenGeorgian
Who was , the anti-colonial activist who was tortured and executed by French soldiers in in 1957? 🇫🇷🇩🇿
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Exceptio veritatis Sep 19
Replying to @ChoufChoufdz
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Rafiie Yahiawi Sep 13
Replying to @dzbreaking1
What about 130 years of brutal occupation: massacres in May 8th, 1945, the victims of nuclear tests in south Algeria, one million and half of martyrs during liberation war and ...???
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Eranthe_Mod'Elle Feb 3
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Alice Debarre Sep 13
My parents being good friends w/ 's children, I remember being shocked by the story of his & death. I imagine this is immensely important to his family. It is also an important step in recognizing France's abuses in .
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