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Somali Minister on women in the political process - International Women's Day [01:28]
Minister for Human Development & Public Services in the Federal Republic of Somalia, Dr Maryan Qasim, speaks about International Women's Day, the key role wo...
Tunisian stew rich in tradition [01:23]
Merely a stone's throw away from the Algerian border is the Tunisian town of Nefta. The large oasis town became a trading hub, with routes spread across the Sahara desert, and over the centuries people of various nationalities and countries contributed to the flow of gastronomic influences. While villagers now reside in proper houses, they still choose to spend the summer season in the oasis, preparing and savoring a local dish called zitouna. Berber women cook the lamb in a stew of tomato sauce, onions, and flavor it with hot peppers and olives -- ingredients which have been derived from the Romans, Turks, Arabs and Pheonicians. Such multicultural influence has distinguished Tunisian cuisine from the rest of its neighbours, and desert gastronomy in particular is deeply rooted in tradition. Ammar Esseghir says his family visits the oasis on a weekly basis and prefers to cook a meal on a bonfire instead of a gas stove. Stews have withstood the effects of time and modern preparation methods, and the Berber people are loyal to their traditions even though Tunisia is a rapidly developing country. By Noora Faraj Al Arabiya with Agencies
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Independence referendum in Algeria, extract film 15458 [03:30]
July 1962, Independence referendum in Algeria. Fire in city of Oran; burnt out buildings and car. Europeans waiting to depart sit with baggage. Close up of Catholic and Muslim leaders addressing pubic and asking for peace and reconciliation; crowd claps. People in the streets. Votes placed in ballot boxes by Muslim women with white head coverings. Algerian soldiers drilling in countryside. In Tunis, President Bourguiba receives Ben Khedda: close up of armchair discussions. The casbah in Algiers: queuing and placing of voting cards in ballot boxes. Young people marching in the streets.
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Image and personaltiyAlgeria [03:21]
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