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Western Algiers
Western Algiers | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanFor the last ten years, the whole world considered Algiers unvisitable because of the terrible violence taking place. Seen from within and despite a massive growth of population due to the mass exodus of Algerians from the excessively dangerous countryside, it seemed that nothing was changing in the city, as if time itself had been suspended. At the start of 2000, however, with the return to security, Algiers has shaken itself down and its inhabitants are witnessing important changes occurring in their urban landscape: bridges, tunnels, and link roads that connect the centre to the ring roads, are appearing everywhere. Meanwhile the old buildings of the city centre are being destroyed and brand-new residential blocks are growing up around the old city. Visiting this part of the city, with its frenzy of business - the new tempo of Algiers - tramples on the memory of a past that is both fresh and painful.
Nato’s nuclear missiles caught on Camera in Istanbul
Nato’s nuclear missiles caught on Camera in Istanbul | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean25.06.2004, Istanbul, Turkey – This morning one of the most attractive spots in Istanbul was overrun by missiles which have come to Turkey for the NATO Summit in Istanbul. The two-day summit is to be held on 28th and 29th of June and will include participants from all 26 member states. Today, it looks like NATO's nuclear weapons have arrived before the delegates, as they were caught on camera at one of Istanbul's well known tourist destination.
Paris’ rainy afternoons never sound like Balkan thunder
Paris’ rainy afternoons never sound like Balkan thunder | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe process of radical changes Albania has undergone in the last fourteen tears, is accompanied by a multitude of new forms of expressing reactions over the shaping of Albania’s reality and its future.
Aphrodite’s Myth
Aphrodite’s Myth | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanAphrodite bathed in the waters of Paphos in Cyprus to renew her virginity after being caught cheating on her husband, Hephaestius, with Ares, the god of war. Her Greek name means ‘foam born’ and reflects this ‘rebirth’ following her lengthy tryst (she had three children with her lover). ‘From Ishtar to Aphrodite: 3200 years of Cypriot Hellenism’ is an exhibition of Cypriot antiquities in Athens that runs until the end of the year.
Italy: Mass Media, «veline» and spaghetti
Italy: Mass Media, «veline» and spaghetti | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe Italian television fully reflects the country’s taste for transgression, abandoned principles, a vulgarity which knows no bounds, and the deeply rooted frenzied male chauvinism that prevent any changes to occur (however underlying) of which talented women could be the protagonists. (Italian Version)
Istanbul Summit: throw nukes out of NATO
Istanbul Summit: throw nukes out of NATO | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanIstanbul, Turkey, June 28th 2004 - Despite unprecedented security measures, Greenpeace activists today, unfurled a flag off the Bosphorous Bridge to protest against NATO's irrational nuclear policy. The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) Summit opens today in Istanbul. A dove of peace holding a nuclear missile in its beak appears on the Greenpeace banner with the phrase "Nukes out of NATO", to highlight the military alliance's hypocrisy in trying to "make peace" by way of using the threat of nuclear weapons.
Unsettling the Bipolar/Unipolar Mindset
Unsettling the Bipolar/Unipolar Mindset | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanOn Saturday, 12 June, the Maltese chose to make a little history. By voting for a third political party they chose to challenge the duopoly/monopoly that has often strangled the country over the past thirty years or so.
Letter to Europe
Letter to Europe | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanI will start this letter by explaining a few things which should help to clarify its purpose. The first is that I am writing from Egypt; that is, from an African country, located on the southern shores of the Mediterranean, connected with the northern coast from time immemorial by caravan and shipping routes that brought goods, travellers, pilgrims, ideas and invading powers. At times this exchange took the form of a give-and-take; at other times force or seduction were used, war or peaceful means. (????) (Spanish version)
Louisa Hanoune, First female candidate to stand for the Algerian presidential elections
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Louisa Hanoune, First female candidate to stand for the Algerian presidential elections | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanLeader of a far leftwing party, Louisa Hanoune, is a well known political figure and has been for fifteen years already, but this year Louisa Hanoune has created a precedent. Her candidacy in the presidential elections, to be held on the 8th April, has recently been recognized by the constitutional council, making her the first woman in Algerian history to officially set her sight’s on the position of president of the Republic.
Radio Orient on Babelmed
Radio Orient on Babelmed | babelmed | women - migration - has a new partner, Radio Orient. Simply click on the logo of the radio and you will be able to listen to the news in Arabic or French as well as various cultural programmes and the Top 10 of the best Oriental songs of the week, every saturdays at 2 p.m.

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