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Ivory Coast: the death of Prime Minister Amadou Gon Coulibaly

Ivorian Prime Minister Amadou Gon Coulibaly died on Wednesday in Abidjan. The 61-year-old head of government attended a cabinet meeting when he became ill. His death was announced on public television by Presidency Secretary-General Patrick Achi. Amadou Gon Coulibaly, nicknamed “AGC”, returned from France last Thursday after two months of hospitalization for heart problems. Amadou Gon Coulibaly had been nominated …

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African ‘opponents’ in Morocco pay dearly (financially) – Infomediaire

The South African and Algerian economies are among the three economies most affected by the recession in Africa 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, a report by the African Development Bank (AfDB) reveals. According to forecasts by the AfDB, published on Wednesday by the Algerian press, Algeria is on the podium with a recession of -4.4% to -5.4%, depending on …

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164 new infections in 24 hours, 3213 cases still active (Infographics)

oneONE 164 new cases of Covid-19 contamination were confirmed in Morocco in 24 hours, which resulted in 14,771 cases the total number of people tested positive for Covid-19, the Ministry of Health announced on Wednesday, July 8 at 6 pm. The Ministry of Health has registered 2 deaths, but 677 cures in 24 hours, which has led to the official …

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Foreign students must leave Trump’s country

© Copyright: DR July 8, 2020 – 6:00 pm – World There will no longer be foreign students enrolled in fully online courses in the United States. They will therefore have to leave the country at risk of violating the visa status. The decision will take effect in a few weeks. Foreign students in the United States whose schools switch …

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Growth in Morocco: AfDB predicts 4% on return to normal activity in 2021

SHARE Growth in Morocco: AfDB predicts 4% on return to normal activity in 2021 GDP growth should return to 4% in Morocco in the event of a return to normal activity in 2021, estimates the African Development Bank (AfDB). “Assuming that activity returns to normal in 2021, GDP growth should return to 4%. Budget and current account deficits are expected …

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Serial violins, females, females, sexual intercourse… the hide hide face face cache of conducting police

Les rencontres «hard» du «representative of the police in Paris», Bachir Oubi Bouchraya, avec la «Miss sahraouie» Aziza Hameida, tout just devoilées in grand jour, ne sont qué l'abre qui cache la foretes de fresque sexuales des conductors you "front de la hunte". Petit tour d'horizon. The scandal of the mourners and the duke's faithful act of the "representative of …

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These independent Catalans bloc the automotive route of Spain and France

The new act of protest in protest against the condemnation of my octobre de neuf dirigeants indépendantistes catalans in the lords of the prison for their role in the tentative de secession of 2017. Every interview of the lendemain des Legislative espagnoles, marches on a lower level of social recourse and pouvoir and bond to the extremist, with complex encore …

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French military minister advocates patience in the Sahel against jihadists

French military minister advocates patience in the Sahel against jihadists On Thursday, the French military minister, Florence Parly, advocated patience in the war against jihadists, announcing the opening of a Barkhane operation in the area of ​​the three Burkina-Mali-Niger borders "We will take time to defeat these groups, who are enjoying the social and economic difficulties of the Sahelian countries, …

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British election: Survey of Russian donations to the Conservative Party

Boris Johnson's government blocked the publication of a parliamentary report. According to the Sunday Times, nine Russian personalities who donated to the Conservative Party are cited there. The controversy has swelled for more than a week. Why did the Johnson government refuse to publish a parliamentary report on Russian involvement in British politics, just before Parliament's dissolution on November 5? …

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