Algeria

Algeria, MENA

Africa Cup of Nations Part 1 – The Desert Foxes of Algeria

With the Africa Cup of Nations kicking off in Gabon yesterday, we, here at Barakabits, have been feeling the hype…
Jordan, Lebanon, Algeria, Cross-border

Attention All Runners: Now Is the Time to Participate in a Middle Eastern Marathon!

Do you love to run? Are you curious enough to explore new running grounds? Then why not sign up for one of…
Algeria

Rachid Koraichi: A Complex Language Through Sufi Spirituality

Internationally renowned Algerian artist Rachid Koraïchi (1947) is known to work with a variety of materials including paint, ceramics, and…
Egypt, Morocco, Algeria

Blast from the Past: A Look into Ancient Berber Culture

The website Ancient Origins regularly chronicles tales of ancient past, regaling stories of Romans, Greeks and the vast and stunning…
Algeria, Cross-border

Business Lessons from Young Algerian Entrepreneurs

A power duo of innovative entrepreneurs have taken their idea to MIT Arab Startup Competition and are now on the…
Algeria

Souad Massi: New Album Inspired by Classic Persian and Arabic Poetry

Inspired by the likes of Zuhayr Ibn Abhi Salma, the Muallaqat of the 6th Century poets and Abu al-Qassim al-Shabbi, the Tunisian poet of…
Algeria

Khamsa, the Animated Short Film that Opens a Window On Algerian Culture

With impeccable animations and a meaningful message, filmmakers Chiheb Khaled, Kamal Zakour, and Chafik M. Rouag are finalizing the production of…
Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, Sudan, Cross-border

Africa’s Youngest Entrepreneurs Can Now Run for a $75,000 Prize

The Anzisha Prize is not for great ideas or business plans: the organization is looking for the youngest entrepreneurs striving to…
Lebanon, Tunisia, UAE, Morocco, Algeria, Cross-border

International Forum On Thinkers and Doers of The Arab World Kicks Off in Paris

Top leaders, decision-makers and emerging personalities working on the Arab region met last January 15 at the launch of the…
Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria, Sudan

Middle Eastern Cartoonists Express Solidarity With Charlie Hebdo

Middle Eastern satirical cartoonists expressed their solidarity with the victims of the weekly “Charlie Hebdo” as they condemned the massacre occurred last…
Egypt, Iraq, Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, Sudan, Cross-border

From Sudan to Iraq, The Collaborative Spaces Challenge Could Double Your Funding

MENA Spaces, an initiative launched by Zoomaal and Mideast Creatives to support co-woking spaces across the Arab World, has just launched the Collaborative Spaces Challenge,…
Egypt, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Algeria, Cross-border

9 Moments that Made Arabs Proud in 2014

From astounding athletes breaking records to Pink Floyd’s surprising artist of choice, 2014 brimmed with moments that made Arabs proud. In a year where conflicts…
Egypt, Palestine, Algeria

The Year in Pictures: 10 Photos that Redefined 2014

We are not going to remember 2014 for the military operation that ravaged Gaza, for the civil war in Syria, or the rise…
Lebanon, Palestine, Morocco, Algeria, Cross-border

Best of 2014: Top 5 TED Talks from the Middle East

It is no coincidence that the year´s most powerful TED talks from the Middle East are led by women. From the courage…
Algeria

Celebrities Join the Rising Peaceful Movement in Algeria

From a social media photo to real societal change: that is the aim of Lahna Binatna, a multi-media campaign aimed…
Bahrain, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Libya, Morocco, Algeria, Cross-border

Prepare Your Own Moroccan Bath in 6 Easy Steps

With simple steps and basic ingredients, you can have your own Moroccan bath ritual at the comfort of your home. Enjoy…
Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Tunisia, UAE, Algeria, Cross-border

Startup Roundup: 10 Countries Where You Can Join Global Entrepreneurship Week

Today marks the start of Global Entrepreneurship Week, an international effort celebrated that gathers 24,008 partner organizations in 125 countries…
Algeria

What Do an Old Bollywood Film and Algeria Have in Common?

In 1980s Algeria, a time where economic instability and boredom flooded many households, television was a welcome reprieve from the…
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