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Sankara Spirit

"A mobilized youth is a power capable of scaring the same atomic bombs," says a stand with the enormous image of Thomas Sankara during FESPACO, Africa's most important film festival held every two years in Ouagadougou, Burkina's capital Faso. The post has all kinds of books, [...]

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Let's be clear: neocolonialism

"We're fed up," "We finally understood," "If France doesn't leave of its own free will, it will have to do it with a knife." If there is one thing that is clear by travelling through Africa, and more specifically by the Sahel, it is the fed-up of ordinary people, the popular classes and the general population in relation to the [...]

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Doors closed

Her smile emerges through the half-closed door, as we perform a word group with several migrants – expelled, refugees, returnees...- The little girl is no more than four years old and interrupts us to play with one of her "uncles" with those who have been with for months living in this foster home of a social entity [...]

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Bamako: intra-African movements

Mali's capital, Bamako, is another stop on my way, another stop on the migration route that crosses Africa, not just to Europe, but also to the Maghreb countries. These are the majority movements, intra-Africans, regional and circular and it is necessary to remember it at all times. Images of the dead in the Mediterranean or [...]

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Agadez: the jewel of the desert

The first time I was in Agadez, it fascinated me. My second visit, far from waning that feeling, has increased it. Agadez is a cosmopolitan city, a meeting point between southern and northern Sahara peoples, a long-standing transit space and cultural and architectural wonder, deserved World Heritage Of Humanity. It is [...]

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Retorno a casa

Nunca me fui emocionalmente. Siempre seguí ligado a las personas que conocí tiempo atrás; interesado por la actualidad nigerina y los obstáculos crecientes que afronta este país saheliano, considerado el Estado más pobre de la Tierra y una zona de expansión yihadista para los organismos internacionales, obcecados en su exclusiva visión segura. Siempre he continuado […]


Un antropólogo (y periodista) en el desierto

El Sahel –borde, límite en árabe- es la zona limítrofe entre el desierto el Sáhara y la sabana africana, un espacio semi-árido, lugar de civilizaciones milenarias que atraviesa todo el continente desde Senegal hasta Eritrea. Actualmente vilipendiado por cuestiones securitarias, con grupos yihadistas que campan por distintas regiones y circulaciones de todo tipo de productos […]

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