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In Video: Capture of Saif Gaddafi, TV Interview

The North Africa Journal | The son of Muamar Gaddafi was captured in the south of Libya. The North Africa Journal's take on the news....
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Podcasts Discuss North African Issues

The North Africa Journal announces its 2010 year-end audio podcast series. The podcasts are available for free to listeners who can either download the MP3 files or listen streaming online....
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The Miners of Jerada | Video Documentary

Since its coal mine was closed, Jerada in eastern Morocco has become a virtual ghost town. These days, some residents even dig coal out of the mountain with their bare hands. The makeshift miners survive on the pittance paid by coal merchants. Click on the video below to watch the documentary....
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Fahem Boukadous Interviewed by Reporters Without Borders

Below is a video interview released by Reporters without Borders of jailed Tunisian journalist Fahem Boukadous. Boukadous simply reported about the protests against unemployment and other grievances in a mining region of Gafsa province in 2008. New York-based Human Rights Watch says Fahem Boukadous and Hassan bin Abdullah were convicted after unfair trials in which the defense was not allowed to present witnesses. Their appeals are scheduled for April 27, 2010. ...
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Algeria's Corruption Scandals [Video in English]

The CEO of Algeria's most profitable company has been suspended, and is being investigated for corruption. What is happening in Algeria and how financial scandals and corporate corruptions are linked to politics. This video is from Al-Jazeera English...
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Alessandro Bruno on CTV News Sharing Insights on the Darfur Truce

The deputy editor of The North Africa Journal, Alessandro Bruno, explains how the cease-fire deals signed in Sudan are reflective of the government's pursuit of votes for a number of upcoming elections....
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In Video: Capture of Saif Gaddafi, TV Interview

The North Africa Journal | The son of Muamar Gaddafi was captured in the south of Libya. The North Africa Journal's take on the news.
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Podcasts Discuss North African Issues

The North Africa Journal announces its 2010 year-end audio podcast series. The podcasts are available for free to listeners who can either download the MP3 files or listen streaming online.
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The Miners of Jerada | Video Documentary

Since its coal mine was closed, Jerada in eastern Morocco has become a virtual ghost town. These days, some residents even dig coal out of the mountain with their bare hands. The makeshift miners survive on the pittance paid by coal merchants. Click on the video below to watch the documentary.

Fahem Boukadous Interviewed by Reporters Without Borders

Below is a video interview released by Reporters without Borders of jailed Tunisian journalist Fahem Boukadous. Boukadous simply reported about the protests against unemployment and other grievances in a mining region of Gafsa province in 2008. New York-based Human Rights Watch says Fahem Boukadous and Hassan bin Abdullah were convicted after unfair trials in which the defense was not allowed to present witnesses. Their appeals are scheduled for April 27, 2010.

Algeria's Corruption Scandals [Video in English]

The CEO of Algeria's most profitable company has been suspended, and is being investigated for corruption. What is happening in Algeria and how financial scandals and corporate corruptions are linked to politics. This video is from Al-Jazeera English

Muslim Fashion: Cover Me Beautiful

(Global Pulse: March 19, 2010) The dress of Muslim women worldwide walks a fine line between conservative and chic. In Chechnya and Iran, politics affect how much skin a woman can show. Pakistani fashion designers rebel against Taliban influence with revealing clothes, while one female Muslim designer is making fabulous clothes that are both respectful and stylish. SOURCES: RT, Russia; South Asia Newsline, India; BBC, U.K.; CBS, U.S.
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Leila Hanafi

Leila Hanafi is a legal expert who brings fresh insight on law and judicial issues to The North Africa Journal. Based in Washington DC and with a dual Moroccan-American citizenship, Ms. Hanafi is also Staff Attorney and Programs Manager at the World Justice Project. Prior, Ms. Hanafi held various legal positions at the World Bank, including in the areas of operations, finance, and legal and judicial reforms. Ms. Hanafi serves on the board of numerous nonprofit organizations related to the areas of international law and development, with a focus on North Africa. Ms. Hanafi has published several academic papers and articles, contributed to a few published works on legal systems of North Africa, and have been profiled in several national and international media outlets for her work. Ms. Hanafi is an Honors graduate from American University and Georgetown University in Washington DC, and she is currently pursuing her doctoral studies in International Law. She can be reached at hanafi@north-africa.com
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