Kabylian community in the U.K. have broken its silence over massive wildfire which has been sweeping their homeland. At least 190 people were killed in kabylia by blazes that swept through huge forest in the north east of tizi-wuzu.

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Kabylian community in the U.K. have broken its silence over massive wildfire which has been sweeping their homeland. At least 190 people were killed in kabylia by blazes that swept through huge forest in the north east of tizi-wuzu. Forcing thousands of people to be evacuated flee their houses. understandably, the fire was shed to algerian authorities as the whole kabylia hasn’t voted in three organized elections “presidentiel, legeslatives and parlemaentary” .
As the community have gathered they introduced a minute of silent in memory of all the inhabitants that lost their life with the wildfires. after that, intervenants have taken part in making their point across. according to one of them kabylia has to come togather to demand an international investigation to be allowed to get to the bottom of this disaster and bring those who caused to justice. a struggle of this community has been rooted long time ago social and cultural disparities and ani kabyle feeling from the government since the independence the manifestants, then go on to sensibilise the community to raise funds to help those affected by these fires.

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