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In the Middle East, Joe Biden has tarnished his image as the ‘Grand Leader of Democracies’

Posted in: 07/17/2022 – 07:04 Military and economic cooperation, rediscovery of dialogue with Gulf partners, these are the main lines of the new vision of the US administration for the region. For the rest, Joe Biden had to deny himself and leave behind his principles to celebrate the return of the United States to the …

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At least 234 killed or injured in 4 days in Cite Soleil, Haiti

“Most of the victims are not directly linked to gangs but have been targeted by gang members and we have also received new reports of sexual violence,” The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights wrote in a press release. From January to the end of June, Michelle Bachelet’s services recorded 934 …

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A Serbian cargo plane carrying military equipment has crashed in northern Greece, killing all eight crew members

An aerial view of the crash site of a Serbian Antonov plane near the Greek city of Kavala on Sunday, July 17th. Alice Konstantinidis/Reuters An Antonov cargo plane crashed on the evening of Saturday 16 July in the fields in the town of Paleochori Kavalas, northeastern Greece. The plane, which left Serbia, had just requested, …

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San Felipe: The plight of beekeepers whose hives were burnt by the beetle

Last Tuesday, the hives of three beekeepers in St Philip burned down. On Saturday 16 July, health authorities detained beekeeper Friedlin Munyama in Raven Ango in Saint Philip. A small beetle was also discovered in one of the beehives. It will be burned to prevent the spread of insect pests. In San Felipe, last Tuesday, …

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A year after the massive floods in the Ahr Valley in Germany, the reconstruction process has been very difficult and slow

Reserved for our subscribers reportageThe population and local elected officials are tired, in the face of the slow pace of administrative procedures and reconstruction after these floods in West Germany. A plot of land surrounded by a specific strip: “Here was the pizzeria. » On the other side of the street, a pile of rubble: …

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Western Europe suffers from wildfires and heat wave

Western Europe is stifling. It has been crushed by a heat wave that has caused devastating bushfires that forecasters say could smash many temperatures early next week. In southwest France, the mobilization of firefighters did not weaken on Saturday to fix the fires, especially in the Gironde, where smoke has erupted in nearly 9,000 hectares …

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North Macedonia agrees to deal with Bulgaria to cancel EU contract

A demonstration in front of the Skopje Parliament, as an agreement to end conflict with its neighbor Bulgaria is voted on, Saturday 16 July 2022. Robert Atanasovsky/AFP It was one of those historical and identity struggles that shrouded the Balkans. Macedonia’s parliament on Saturday, July 16, approved a long-negotiated agreement between France to end its …

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At least 234 people were killed or injured in Cité Soleil, near Port-au-Prince, between July 8 and 12, according to the United Nations.

The United Nations announced on Saturday that at least 234 people were killed or injured between July 8 and July 12, victims of gang violence in Cité Soleil, the most deprived community in Port-au-Prince, the Haitian capital. “Most of the victims are not directly linked to gangs but have been targeted by gang members, and …

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