Posts Tagged “Turkish government”

Algiers’ African Migrants “Partially Open Door” Policy

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Algiers’ African Migrants “Partially Open Door” Policy

Algiers’ African Migrants “Partially Open Door” Policy Negative discrimination against migrant black Africans might cause political and ethnic complexities for Algiers in the long run By Abdennour Toumi Algeria has been an attractive destination for many African migrants since 2008 because of its stability as a government and a country. With in that time, however,…

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Turkish government comes to aid of Palestinians

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Turkish government comes to aid of Palestinians

Photo array. Turkish government comes to aid of Palestinians.  By Mohammed Asad Palestinians receive Turkish aid at an aid distribution centre in Gaza city, on July 2016. The aid, consisting of flour, sugar and rice, was allowed into the Palestinian territory via Israel’s Kerem Shalom crossing and will be stored in warehouses run by Gaza’s…

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A Day at the Syrian-Turkish Border, refugees and relief

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A Day at the Syrian-Turkish Border, refugees and relief

A Day at the Syrian-Turkish Border, refugees and relief By Abdennour Toumi Nusaybin-Turkey — The Nusaybin gate stands in Qamishli, a city controlled by the PYD, in a self-proclaimed administrative territory in northeastern Syria. At this border gate the Assad regime still controls the administrative process (paper work). A giant smiling portrait of President Assad hangs on a…

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