After a week of negotiations on Iranian nuclear power, the disappointment of the West

After a week of negotiations on Iranian nuclear power the

The Iranian and British delegations during the Vienna negotiations on Iranian nuclear power, on December 3, 2021. AFP PHOTO / EU DELEGATION IN VIENNA A disappointing first week with no hope of a breakthrough. The round of negotiations opened with the return to Vienna of the Iranian negotiators on Monday, November 29, did not allow … Read more

Covid-19: Germany imposes heavy restrictions on unvaccinated people

Covid 19 Germany imposes heavy restrictions on unvaccinated people

A Covid-19 patient is transported in a German army medical plane to Dresden airport on December 1, 2021. ROBERT MICHAEL / AP As the variant of the novel coronavirus Omicron continues to spread across the world, Germany has decided to impose a “Confinement, so to speak, of unvaccinated persons”, in the words of Minister of … Read more

Covid-19: in Morocco, the disappointed hopes of a revival of tourism

Covid 19 in Morocco the disappointed hopes of a revival of

Stickers inviting social distancing were stuck on the floor of the airport in Rabat, Morocco on November 29, 2021. Morocco has announced it is suspending air travel from foreign countries for at least two weeks. MOSA’AB ELSHAMY / AP There will be no Christmas in Fez. Before the health crisis, the imperial city of Morocco … Read more

In the United States, Vice President Kamala Harris in the hour of doubt

In the United States Vice President Kamala Harris in the

Kamala Harris in Columbus, Ohio, November 19, 2021. BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI / AFP One hour and twenty-five minutes, for eternity. Either the time during which Kamala Harris assumed the functions of President of the United States. That day, Nov. 19, Joe Biden, 79, was undergoing a routine colonoscopy. This lightning-quick replacement came at a delicate time … Read more

In Spain, repairing the terror of ETA

In Spain repairing the terror of ETA

By Sandrine Morel Posted today at 02:32 Reserved for our subscribers ReportageFrom 2011 to 2012, the Spanish socialist government made possible “restorative meetings” between former terrorists of the Basque separatist organization and the families of their victims. After an interruption decreed by the conservatives, new “meetings” are now in the making. Around the stele erected … Read more

In Chad, a promise of amnesty to clear the future

In Chad a promise of amnesty to clear the future

To not miss anything on African news, subscribe to the newsletter of World Africa from this link. Every Saturday at 6 a.m., find a week of current events and debates treated by the editorial staff of World Africa. The general, now five stars, Mahamat Déby in N’Djamena, April 23, 2021 during his father’s funeral. CHRISTOPHE … Read more

Energy: Engie’s discreet gas agreement in the United States

Energy Engies discreet gas agreement in the United States

From now on, the Engie group (formerly GDF Suez) prefers to redouble its discretion when signing a contract to import liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the United States. In the fall of 2020, the company had to give up a megaproject with the company NextDecade, under pressure from the French state and environmental protection organizations. … Read more

Almost 58 billion dollars in twenty years: the impact of the Israeli occupation on the Palestinian economy according to the UN

Almost 58 billion dollars in twenty years the impact of

A clothing stand is set up in front of the rubble of a store destroyed by Israeli airstrikes in May, in Gaza, on November 20, 2021. MOHAMMED SALEM / REUTERS In less than twenty years, the restrictive measures imposed by the Israeli occupation represent a shortfall of nearly 58 billion dollars (51.3 billion euros) for … Read more

Peng Shuai: the IOC claims to have spoken again with the player and defends her approach

Peng Shuai the IOC claims to have spoken again with

China’s Peng Shuai in action during the match against Japan’s Nao Hibino in the Australian Open first round, January 21, 2020. KIM HONG-JI / REUTERS The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has engaged in a new balancing act against the host country of the next Winter Olympics in February. In a press release published Thursday, December … Read more

Alternative Nobel Prize to Cameroonian Marthe Wandou, “never quiet” feminist

Alternative Nobel Prize to Cameroonian Marthe Wandou never quiet feminist

To not miss anything on African news, subscribe to the newsletter of World Africa from this link. Every Saturday at 6 a.m., find a week of current events and debates treated by the editorial staff of World Africa. Cameroonian feminist Marthe Wandou, 2021 Alternative Nobel Prize winner during the “Internationales” program on TV5Monde, in partnership … Read more

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