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About Imad Stitou

Imad Stitou is a Moroccan journalist who has worked for several renowned newspapers in Morocco, including al-Massae, al-Aan and Hespress magazines. He was one of several independent journalists who established the French-speaking Le Desk news website. He was a correspondent for Lebanese daily Al-Akhbar, and London’s Al-Quds al-Arabi. He is a contributor for US-based Al-Monitor and publishes regular political analyses on the Carnegie-affiliated Sada website. Stitou was part of the student leftist movement before joining the Unified Socialist Party.

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Clare Sambrook

Clare Sambrook, investigative journalist, co-edits Shine a Light.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

The death of Mohsen Fikri and the long history of oppression and protest in Morocco's Rif

A month after Mohsen Fikri’s death, the ongoing protests in Morocco’s Rif expose a long history of marginalization in the region.

استشهاد محسن فكري يكشف تاريخ طويل من الغضب في الريف المغربي

بعد مرور شهر على حادثة فرم بائع السمك المغربي محسن فكري في مدينة الحسيمة في ريف المغرب مساء الثامن والعشرين من شهر أكتوبر، لا تزال الاحتجاجات مستمرة في المدينة التي شهدت الحادثة بينما تراود التحقيقات مكانها.

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