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Despite the 2,100 miles separating Homs from Oran, since the beginning of the Syrian crisis in July 2012, hundreds of Syrian refugees have entered the second biggest Algerian city.
The UN High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) claims that more than are now hosted in the North African region, placing an unprecedented strain on communities, infrastructure and services.
Though Internet dating is virtual, it gives REAL results.
According to the Algerian Ministry of the Interior, 12,000 refugees are in Algeria, yet are registered in Algiers.
Local support groups dispute this number, suggesting the higher total of 20,000.
Local police and other national newspapers very quickly denied the story, stating that it was a ‘rumour’.
Generally speaking, rape survivors remain meticulously hidden within the patriarchal dominant discourse of Algerian society in which gender-related violence is often denied and is embedded in a culture of disbelief.
Global blockbuster “Wonder Woman,” already banned in Lebanon, has been pulled from a film festival in Algiers, the capital of Algeria.