Photographer Nicola Brandt memorialises The Herero Wars – considered by many to be the first genocide of the 20th century – in an eerie new project.
“For Bread Alone” is a window into the poverty-stricken life of author Mohamed Choukri and into the heart of Morocco’s multifaceted political and cultural evolution. Translated into over thirty languages, and even censored in Morocco for nearly 20 years, Choukri’s autobiography, which was translated into English in 1973, is a tragic story of poverty, uncertainty and instability. Choukri, who died in 2003, was one of the Arab world’s most widely acclaimed authors after learning how to read and write at the age of 20. This story is a painful but resilient account of life in Morocco.
Dozens of protesters rallied in Tunis on Friday to demand the government cancel recent austerity measures.
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