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Ethiopian Airlines crash: US Congress accuses Boeing and regulator

#Other countries : The fatal crashes of the 737 MAX represent the “terrible culmination” of a series of technical shortcomings, poor handling on the part of Boeing and lack of oversight by the FAA, a US congressional transportation committee said on Wednesday. This 239-page final report on the Lion Air crashes in October 2018 and Ethiopan Airlines in March 2019 …

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COVID19-France: More than 80 schools and a dozen universities were closed

More than 80 schools have been closed in France since the start of the new school year, following the discovery of cases of Covid-19 contamination, the Minister of National Education announced on Wednesday. A total of “81 facilities are closed, just over 2,100 classes are closed and we have about 1,200 new cases of Covid-19 among students (…) compared to …

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Covid-19: Global tourism lost $ 460 billion in the first half

The decline in the number of international tourists due to the coronavirus pandemic led to a loss of $ 460 billion for the sector in the first half of the year, the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) estimated on Tuesday. In the case, a fall of 65% of the number of international tourists during the period, marked by border closures and …

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Austria refuses to question Nord Stream 2 over the Navalny deal

In contrast to some roads in Europe – and despite pressure from Washington – Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen categorically refused to link the fate of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project to the Navalny deal. Austria opposes blocking Nord Nord Stream 2 pipeline project due to Navalny deal. Austrian Environment President Alexander Van der Bellen made this …

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Moroccans were ranked 3rd among migrants who arrived illegally in Europe in 2019

VAD-Rabat (Morocco) Morocco is ranked third among the countries from which 123,660 migrants who arrived illegally in the 27 member states of the European Union in 2019 come from, in the previous year, according to the latest final figures from Frontex, the European Control Agency. borders. With a little less than 9,000 illegal immigrants, Morocco is ahead of Algeria, Guinea …

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journalist Khaled Drareni was held in jail, avalanche of protests

Algeria: Journalist Khaled Drareni is held in jail, avalanche of protests Imprisoned for almost six months, journalist Khaled Drareni, a symbol of the struggle for freedom of the press in Algeria, remains behind bars after his conviction on Tuesday on appeal to two years in prison, which sparked an avalanche of protests from his supporters. “Two years in prison for …

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The potential of domestic tourism in economic recovery

A niche that could help many destinations recover from the economic effects of the pandemic, according to the UNWTO. DR. Domestic tourism is expected to recover faster than international travel, said the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) in the third edition of its information on “Tourism and Covid-19: Understanding Domestic Tourism to Harness It Potential”. For developed and developing countries, this …

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UN Security Council paves the way for the appointment of a new special envoy to Libya

On Tuesday, September 15, the Security Council adopted a resolution calling on the UN Secretary-General to appoint a new Special Envoy for Libya with the task of “mediating with Libyan and international actors to end the conflict” in this country. The resolution also provides for the appointment of a coordinator who will have the function of leading operations and administration …

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Coronavirus: an increase in deaths in Europe expected in October and November

The months of October and November will be the highest for coronavirus-related deaths in Europe, says the World Health Organization (WHO) European director Hans Kluge. “It will be more difficult. In October, in November, we will see a higher mortality rate, ”Hans Kluge explained as the number of registered cases continues to increase on the old continent. The increase in …

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