Y el cielo se puso cenizo: polvo de Sahara llegó a Cuba

Y el cielo se puso cenizo: polvo de Sahara llegó a Cuba

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The archaeologist, the Sahara and the caravan | AFP

After half a century of roaming the Sahara desert, French archaeologist Thierry Tillet embarks on another expedition. An AFP team travels with his caravan and local guides in central Mauritania to trace ancient trade routes.

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A whistle against sexual harassment at a festival in Tunisia | AFP

Patrols and whistle distribution: a Tunisian women’s rights association is conducting a groundbreaking prevention campaign on the risks of sexual harassment during a festival that drew some 5,000 people to the Sahara desert.

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Snow in Sahara: See what winter in the desert looks like

Snow has only been seen in the Sahara three times in nearly 40 years, but on Sunday, dunes in Algeria’s Ain Sefra turned into a beautiful mixture of colors.

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Survival & Script – Sahara

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For our final release of 2016, we are proud to have reached our milestone 100th Dispatch release, marking the occasion with a Various Artists’ compilation featuring some of our favourite producers from the past and present.

Celebrating some of the artists that have moulded the label today, whilst simultaneously showcasing upcoming talent, the album is split into two parts –the ‘Future Blueprint’; including original / newly remixed music from the likes of DLR, Skeptical, Gerra, Stone & Cern and the ‘Past Blueprint’; a selection of our best loved cuts from over the years, with numerous showings from Survival, Break and Zero T, plus classics from A.I., Marcus Intalex and Duo Infernale.

Reflecting on how the label and artists have developed together in time, further names appear on both Parts 1 & 2, including Script (on ‘Sahara’ with Survival and also the classic ‘Set Up The Set’) and label boss Ant TC1, alongside Chris SU and Stress Level first for ‘Waves’ and now, remixing Nymfo’s ‘Coming Through’ with Seattle duo Quadrant & Iris.

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Displaced in Libya (Extra Scene from ‘Libya’s Quiet War’)

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Over 400,000 people are internally displaced across Libya due to conflict. The Tuareg camped out at an abandoned building site in Libya’s southwest Sahara are some. Now that a fragile peace has been forged in the nearby oasis town of Ubari after over a year of war, there is hope that many can return home.

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Libya’s Quiet War: The Tuareg of South Libya

In remote southwest Sahara, the indigenous Tuareg tribe — variously used and discriminated against by former strongman Muammar Qaddafi — fight for their place in a post-revolutionary Libya.

Living deep in Libya’s desert near large oil fields and lucrative smuggling routes, hundreds of miles from Libya’s capital, the Tuareg find themselves impoverished and isolated on this prized land.

Nowhere is this felt more than in the oasis town of Ubari. Here the Tuareg are pitted against former neighbors in a proxy battle for assets and power, backed by government and international interests.

VICE News travels to meet the Tuareg on the front lines of Ubari and the border town of Ghat, to find out what is really happening in this rarely visited land.

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Libya’s Quiet War (Trailer)

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In remote southwest Sahara, the indigenous Tuareg tribe — variously used and discriminated against by former strongman Muammar Qaddafi — fight for their place in a post-revolutionary Libya.

Living deep in Libya’s desert near large oil fields and lucrative smuggling routes, hundreds of miles from Libya’s capital, the Tuareg find themselves impoverished and isolated on this prized land.

Nowhere is this felt more than in the oasis town of Ubari. Here the Tuareg are pitted against former neighbors in a proxy battle for assets and power, backed by government and international interests.

VICE News travels to meet the Tuareg on the front lines of Ubari and the border town of Ghat, to find out what is really happening in this rarely visited land.

Read “In a Southern Libya Oasis, a Proxy War Engulfs Two Tribes” – http://bit.ly/1QawO6n

Watch “Libya’s Migrant Trade: Europe or Die” – http://bit.ly/1Pon6cX

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The Sahara’s Forgotten War (Full Length)

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VICE News travels to Western Sahara’s occupied and liberated territories, as well as the Polisario-run refugee camps in Algeria, to find out more about one of the world’s least reported conflicts.

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Fighting for the Right to Independence: The Sahara’s Forgotten War (Part 5)

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In Part 5, Polisario Commander Ahmed Salem shows VICE News around Tifariti, a city in the liberated territories he describes as being completely destroyed by the Moroccan Army after the 1991 ceasefire. We meet victims of the 7 million land mines that surround the Moroccan wall before Salem drives us to a UN base in the liberated territories. The UN established a mission after the ceasefire to promote peace and organize a referendum, but its failure to do either amid continued human rights abuses in the occupied territories has infuriated the Polisario.

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From the Black Prison to Occupied Territories: The Sahara’s Forgotten War (Part 4): http://bit.ly/1tZTKtt

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From the Black Prison to Occupied Territories: The Sahara’s Forgotten War (Part 4)

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In Part 4, VICE News learns what life is like for Sahrawis living under Moroccan rule in the occupied territories of Western Sahara. A virtual no-go area for journalists, we manage to sneak in and meet Sahrawis whose activism puts them at risk of enduring both police brutality and detainment — without a proper trial — in the infamous Black Prison.

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Drug-Smuggling and Kidnappings in the Desert: The Sahara’s Forgotten War (Part 3)

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In Part 3, VICE News finds out how the Polisario tackle the threats of terrorism and drug smuggling in their increasingly volatile part of the Sahara. We look at how the movement has improved security to avoid another event like the 2011 kidnapping of three foreign aid workers from a Polisario complex. Then we speak to the ministers of defense and security, and follow a Polisario anti-terrorism unit on one of their night patrols, going dangerously close to the smuggling routes of the Sahara.

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Guerrilla Warfare in Desert Tunnels: The Sahara’s Forgotten War (Part 2)

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In Part 2, VICE News heads to the Polisario-controlled liberated territories, an all but uninhabitable no man’s land littered with land mines from the 16-year war. On the way, we pass a Sahrawi protest near the Moroccan Wall — also known as the berm or the wall of shame — that separates the Polisario-controlled Free Zone from the Moroccan-occupied territories.

Once we reach the heart of the liberated territories, Polisario Commander Ahmed Salem shows off one of the many pieces of art he has created and placed in the desert. Then he has his soldiers demonstrate their desert guerrilla tactics.

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Escaping Moroccan Occupation: The Sahara’s Forgotten War (Part 1)

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In Part 1, we attend the 38th anniversary celebration of the proclamation of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic. The Sahrawis celebrate this anniversary every year despite the facts that Morocco controls a third of their homeland and the parade takes place in Algerian refugee camps run by the Polisario.

At the celebration, we meet Sahrawi activist Sidahmed Talmidi, who, in October 2010, helped mobilize the Gdeim Izik protest camp near Laâyoune, the capital of occupied Western Sahara. Chomsky refers to the thousands of Saharwis who gathered there to demonstrate against both their unequal social and economic status and the brutal denial of their human rights as the real beginning of the Arab Spring.

Then Ahmed Salem, a war veteran and commander of the Polisario’s 2nd Battalion, shows us around the makeshift refugee camps in the arid desert, where more than 100,000 Sahrawis who have escaped the Moroccan occupation have lived for nearly 40 years, relying on humanitarian aid and waiting for the chance to return to their homeland.

VICE News travels to Western Sahara’s occupied and liberated territories, as well as the Polisario-run refugee camps in Algeria, to find out more about one of the world’s least reported conflicts.

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