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Mohammed El Khadiri

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Mohamed El Khadiri, born in 1986, is a journalist and writer. He graduated from the Université d’Aix-Marseille. He is the author of a book of poetry written in Arabic whose title translates to “Some Dust and I’ll Forget” (2013). He is the translator into Arabic of L'Hôpital by Ahmed Bouanani (DK Éditions, 2014) and of Le ciel, Hassan II et Maman France by Mohamed Hmoudane (La Librairie des colonnes, 2016).  

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