Newspapers, cigarettes or chewing gum smuggled in fromAlgeria... On the streets ofTunis, day and night, the black-market vendors are unavoidable. [...]
Late afternoon on a beach in Tangier. Every evening, the city comes alive and the streets teem with people until at least one o'clock in the morning.
In the streets of Tripoli, the sale of by-products has become a lucrative activity.
A major tourist attraction, the pyramids of Giza are threatened by the rapid expansion of Cairo. Rampant, chaotic urbanisation is gradually gnawing away at the site.
On the Bourguiba Avenue, right in the centre of Tunis, Ben Ali would like to attend to the image of his country.