Massinissa Benlakehal

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Tunis, Tunisia


Available: Yes


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Massinissa Benlakehal

Currently available for stories and interviews from Algeria + Tunisia, 


Freelancer after several years of staffing with newsrooms in Algeria, I'm currently fully available for news-gathering, photo-shooting, well equipped for the job. I mostly work on the NorthAfrican area, including both Algeria's capital and Tunisia's. Available for immediate covering of the region's regional and international issues: politics, society, conflicts and local development-related news/issues in the turbulent area of Sahel.

Beyond the focus on news-delivery purpose, I love digging on, research and grub up till the real story shows up.

SKILLS

 
Arabic English French


Algeria's latest change is a two-sided story


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New Round of Protests Hits Algerian Universities


134

In Algerian desert, death ends migrants' hopes of a better life


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Terrorism fears derail Algeria's burgeoning tourist industry


167

Algerians remember their own Hebdo outrage


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Desert Foxes offer distraction but also disclosure


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Algeria opposition unbowed after government blocks meet


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Clashes in Algeria's Ghardaia signal lasting conflict


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Algeria: Shale gas protesters defy Algiers' iron grip


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Algerian support for joint Arab military would be 'limited'


166

Algeria Moves against Local ISIS-Loyal Fighters


331

New Challenges Emerge in Tunisia’s Fight against Terrorism:


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Tunisian Soldier Kills Comrade Raising Terror Concern: Seven servicemen have been killed in Tunisia in what appears to have been an insider attack by a fellow soldier, last May 2015.


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Renewed tensions grip Algeria's Ghardaia: Renewed clashes between Mozabite Berbers and Chaamba Arabs in Ghardaia province, 600km south of Algeria's capital Algiers, have killed more than 20 people and wounded 300 others.


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No power struggle' over Algeria's presidency, says analyst:


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Algeria: Retirement of the World’s Longest Serving Intelligence Chief


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