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M.Report S01E26 – Friends and an Interview with RSF

M.Report S01E26 – Friends and an Interview with RSF

25 May, '084 Comments

The last two days were very fruitful. I have had the privilege of interacting with an excellent group of people whose main concern is to share their views with the world, and expose the wrongs in their societies in order for those to be addressed and corrected. Although I cannot say that the correction has […]

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M.Report S01E25 – The Intersection between Citizen Journalism and Traditional Media

M.Report S01E25 – The Intersection between Citizen Journalism and Traditional Media

25 May, '082 Comments

This is my contribution to the journalism workshop I am attending at the moment where I was privileged to be on the panel discussing the intersection between the old and new media. On the panel with me were Emmabenji (emmabenji.canalblog.com, tunisia), Mohammed Zainabi (zainabi.com, morocco), Yazid Haddar (psycho.dzblog.com, algeria) and Daoud Kuttab (ammannet.net, jordan – […]

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Metalwork

Metalwork

2 Feb, '074 Comments

Metalwork, originally uploaded by malyousif. At a Marrakech souvenir outlet. I bought quite a lot of things from this shop; leather cushions, bags, Moroccan clothes for the wife and kids and other stuff. This constituted my first ever souvenir shopping! I normally don’t bother with any souvenir shopping in the countries I visit for business […]

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Time to have fun!

Time to have fun!

24 Jan, '072 Comments

Djemaa el Fna performer at night, originally uploaded by malyousif. I’m sure that a lot of you are pretty fed up with bad news, politics and the rest of the depressing posts. So allow me to share with you this picture I shot in Djemaa el Fna in Marrakech recently. New friends and I decided […]

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The Old Berber Man

The Old Berber Man

15 Jan, '077 Comments

The Old Berber Man, originally uploaded by malyousif. There are a lot of colourful (and pushy!) characters in the main square of Marrakesh, this is supposed to be the largest open air market in Africa, and there are loads of opportunities to take photographs, but better start with your pocket full of coins as everyone […]

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