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Respect for freedom of expression worsening in Egypt
Respect for freedom of expression worsening in Egypt | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanReporters Without Borders deplores yesterday’s decision by a military court in Cairo to postpone the hearing of jailed blogger Maikel Nabil Sanad’s appeal until 11 October.
 
“Speak, Memory” Publication
“Speak, Memory” Publication  | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe Townhouse Gallery is now happy to announce that a publication presenting the issues discussed during the Speak, memory symposium organised in October 2010
 
Uncommon: Malta + Gozo
Uncommon: Malta + Gozo | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanMaltese Journalist Emma Mattei together with all other contributors has very recently launched “Uncommon”, an uncommon guide to the Islands of Malta and Gozo that Babelmed English recommends.
 
Cyprus: DĂ©jĂ  vu or peace on the horizon?
Cyprus: DĂ©jĂ  vu or peace on the horizon? | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanAs Cyprus is set to take over the rotating presidency of EU in July 2012, UN is pushing Turkish and Greek Cypriots to reach a solution within a year. Turkey wants a referendum to be held in the early months of 2012.
 
One way ticket to Lampedusa
One way ticket to Lampedusa  | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe experience of Tunisian migrants leaving their country to reach Europe through Lampedusa looking for a better life.
 
The Chinese in Algeria. A marriage between the bourek* and the spring roll
The Chinese in Algeria. A marriage between the bourek* and the spring roll  | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanDuring this year’s Ramadan the Algerian who were fasting were accompanied by their new Chinese fellows. The Ministry of Religious Affairs recently announced that the majority of the 134 foreigners who converted to Islam in 2011 were Chinese.
 
A view of the war
A view of the war | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanNormally an anonymous and deserted town on the border between Tunisia and Libya, Dehiba has for a number of weeks now become a hub of foreign journalists, aid workers and military personnel.
 
Revolution, the “Tunisian girl”’s baby blues
Revolution, the “Tunisian girl”’s baby blues | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanLina Ben Mhenni pushes her way through the hubbub with a firm step. English assistant at the University of Tunis, she will devote her day to exams. With a childish fringe, a serious look and a slender figure, the young 28-year-old young woman has become a star of the North African blogosphere. Interview.
 
Massacres continue far from cameras
Massacres continue far from cameras | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanMassacres continue far from cameras in Syria and Yemen, situation stabilizes in Bahrain.
 
A New Season for Democracy
A New Season for Democracy | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanSolera gives us an overview of the current struggles for freedom and democracy with recent examples of active citizenship. And overview tinged with faith and hope in the future.
 

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