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Dutch court rules state liable over 300 Srebrenica
AFP   

Dutch court rules state liable over 300 Srebrenica | babelmed | mediterranean cultureA court in the Netherlands ruled that the Dutch state was liable for the deaths of over 300 Bosnian Muslim men and boys in the Srebrenica massacre.

 
Social justice: The unfulfilled dream of the Egyptian revolution
Ahmed El-Sayed Al-Naggar (for Al Ahram)   

Social justice: The unfulfilled dream of the Egyptian revolution | babelmed | mediterranean cultureSocio-economic demands were at the heart of the 25 January and 30 June uprisings - so what happened, and what can be done to ensure dignity for all Egyptians?

 
Cyprus: the last wall in Europe. Interview with Ellada Evangelou
Federica Araco   

Cyprus: the last wall in Europe. Interview with Ellada Evangelou | babelmed | mediterranean cultureInterview with Greek-Cypriot activist, artist and academic Ellada Evangelou, who works as an independent theatre workshop facilitator, dramaturge and director. Her socio-cultural analysis about the most complex and divided island of the Mediterranean.

 
Samir Kassir prize to Egypt, Tunisia, Syria reporters
ANSAmed   

Samir Kassir prize to Egypt, Tunisia, Syria reporters | babelmed | mediterranean cultureThe 2014 Samir Kassir Award for Freedom of the Press ceremony took place in Beirut. The winners are Tunisian journalist Hanene Zbiss, Egyptian reporter Mohammed Abo El-Gheit and Syrian documentary filmmaker Orwa Moqdad.

 
A Turkish actress’s ordeal to reach Cyprus
Övgü Pinar   

A Turkish actress’s ordeal to reach Cyprus | babelmed | mediterranean cultureInterview with Ilgaz Ulusoy, a Turkish actress who found herself in a bureaucratic maze when she wanted to travel to Cyprus to take part in the “WALLS-Separate Worlds” project.

 
'Wounded to Death'
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'Wounded to Death'  | babelmed | mediterranean cultureSerena Dandini, has drawn on news stories to give a voice to women who have lost their lives at the hands of a husband, a partner, a lover or an “ex”. The show, staged in Paris with ex-Italian foreign minister, two French ministers, now aims to conquer the Muslim world.

 
Gaza: Water in the line of fire
babelmed   

Gaza: Water in the line of fire | babelmed | mediterranean cultureInternational Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) says repeated bombing is devastating Gaza's fragile water infrastructure, while the deaths of several municipal water technicians highlight the danger they face in carrying out vital maintenance.

 
“Poetry is the common language of humanity”
Övgü Pınar   

“Poetry is the common language of humanity” | babelmed | mediterranean cultureAtaol Behramoğlu, one of the leading Turkish poets and political critics, had an anthology of his poems translated into Italian for the first time. In an interview with Babelmed, Behramoğlu says poetry is “the common language of humanity” and can help bring people from different countries together.

 
Escape from the war with a wedding procession
Övgü Pınar   

Escape from the war with a wedding procession | babelmed | mediterranean cultureInterview with Gabriele del Grande, Italian journalist and one of the creators of the documentary "Io Sto con la Sposa” (On the Bride’s Side), a manifesto against European border policies.

 
Turkey Convicted of Conscientious Objection, Death on Compulsory Drafting
Ayça Söylemez   

Turkey Convicted of Conscientious Objection, Death on Compulsory Drafting | babelmed | mediterranean cultureThe European Court of Human Rights founded Turkey guilty in the case of a young conscript who lost his life during compulsory military service. Turkey was also condemned in the case regarding the imprisonment of four Jehovah's Witnesses conscientious objectors.

 
Egyptian graffiti artists protest Sisi
Shadi Rahimi   

Egyptian graffiti artists protest Sisi | babelmed | mediterranean cultureRenowned Egyptian graffiti artist Ganzeer has protested military rule on the walls of the streets of Cairo, drawing attacks from media supporting military leader and presidential candidate Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.

 
Mind your legs! Turkish women fight against mass transit abuse
Hurriyet Daily News   

Mind your legs! Turkish women fight against mass transit abuse | babelmed | mediterranean culture

Men who invade women’s personal space on buses and metro by sitting with their legs wide open are being named and shamed on Turkish social media.

 

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