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Mohamed Benderouiche

I am an Algerian living in Algiers. I am journalist, blogger and political activist. I spend most of my time sorting out all the intricacies of current events in my country. I have a whimsical presence on social networks
(Translated from French)

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Latest posts by Mohamed Benderouiche

25 June 2010

Algeria: Defeat by USA Brings the Country Back to Earth

Algerians went from hope to disillusion as their team lost to USA in additional time. Bloggers react to the end of the world cup journey for their country.

17 June 2010

Algeria: The Provisional Government of Kabylia – A Threat to National Unity?

The creation of a provisional government of Kabylia (GPK) has caused a great deal of controversy in Algeria. Bloggers wonder what are the implications of this new development for the...

14 June 2010

Algeria: Disappointment and Anger After the Defeat against Slovenia

After a 24 years long wait, Algerians have focused their attentions on the world cup, hoping to escape the grind of their daily lives. The disappointment was all the more...

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