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North Africa

the part of Africa between the Mediterranean and the Sahara: consists chiefly of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, and N Egypt
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Throughout the book Davidson demonstrates how North Africans circumvented and critiqued "Islam francais.
They found North Africans had dramatically more genetic variants linked with Neanderthals than sub-Saharan Africans did.
Desire to migrate was similar in other North African countries such as Algeria (31%) and Libya (27%), and slightly lower in Egypt (24%) and Morocco (24%).
The crisis that could be overcome by the Maghreb Union serves as another piece of evidence that officials have failed to take advantage of the opportunities that guarantee more balance, which would benefit the five North African states as they overcome domestic problems.
The movie follows a group of North African enlisted men from 1943 to early 1945 through battles in Italy, Provence and Alsace.
This was most often the case for North Africans, although some West Africans were also transported.
For example, one shows a Western woman sunbathing on a beach where two North Africans covered by veil and djellaba walk; juxtaposed with this image is a black-and-white photograph in which a female immigrant, probably drowned, is laid out in the sand next to a Spanish policeman.
This ideological mission however came into crisis following World War I, when with the emergence of nationalism the evident human costs for North Africans began to call into question the colonial venture.
It took place in a suburb of Paris where the majority of the population are of African, including North African, descent.
Zerougui Abdel Kader is a researcher with the North African Studies Institute, Washington, D.
Their stated purpose was to get the "attention" of national authorities, and to protest against the influx of North Africans into their towns (Le Monde, 17 and 26 October 1989).
Sami Bouajila and Jamel Debbouze portray North African enlisted men fighting for France, who hope to receive nothing less than their French counterparts, in ``Days of Glory.

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