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In France 24, Boukadoum ignores the inter-Libyan dialogue in Morocco

Sabri Boukadoum, Algerian Foreign Minister of France 24 / DR While the city of Bouznika in Morocco is hosting an inter-Libyan dialogue, the French-speaking France 24 channel aired on Tuesday, September 8, an interview of about fifteen minutes, conducted from Algiers, with the Algerian Foreign Minister. A beautiful platform offered to Algeria to present its solution to the civil war …

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In Belarus, opponent Kolesnikova’s courage against Lukashenko’s regime’s methods

Opponent Maria Kolesnikova during a demonstration in Minsk on August 30. TUT.BY / via REUTERS His confession deceived no one. Alexander Lukashenko has repeatedly shown that he is one of the best apostles of the post-truth era. But the Belarussian autocrat’s confession was released on Tuesday, September 8, to the main Russian public media “I may have stayed [au pouvoir] …

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What happened to the Belarussian opponent Maria Kolesnikova?

Once several media outlets reported that the Belarussian opponent had been abducted in Minsk, his fate remained unknown. His allies have shared more information about this incident. On September 8, when his supporters without news had sounded the alarm over the disappearance of Belarusian opponent Maria Kolesnikova, Belarusian public television reported that he had been arrested. According to this source, …

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highlights of the interview with Lukashenko

After a month of protests that shook his country, the Belarusian president gave a long interview to Russian media. He returned to, according to him, the real reasons for the protest and his vision of the political transition. Belarus’s President Alexander Lukashenko gave an interview to the four main Russian media on September 8. Margarita Simonian, editor-in-chief of the international …

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Plasma treatment, “glimpse of hope” in Egypt

The treatment of the new coronavirus with plasma represents a “jumping ray” in Egypt, a country with 100 million inhabitants with a fragile health system and which tries to stimulate blood donations, which are usually low. “Coronavirus is one of those viruses that does not have textbooks (…) we are fighting against an unknown enemy, so all forms of treatment …

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Bouznika / Inter-Libya political dialogue: “Important compromises” reached (representative of

The political dialogue between the Delegations of the Supreme Council of Libya (HCE) and the Parliament in Tobruk is taking place in a “positive” and “constructive” way and “important compromises” have been reached, was confirmed on Tuesday, September 8 in Bouznika, the representative of the Libyan Supreme Minister of State, Mohamed Khalifa Najm. In a press release commissioned by the …

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Coronavirus: update on the world pandemic

DR. Highlights, new actions, new reports: an update on the latest developments in the Covid-19 pandemic around the world. – China welcomes – “We are now at the forefront of the world in terms of economic recovery and the fight against the coronavirus,” Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Tuesday. While Washington accuses Beijing of initially concealing the seriousness of …

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Coronavirus: Germany, the safest country in the world, Morocco in the middle of the table

The international ranking established by the Deep Knowledge Group places Germany as the country with the lowest possible risk of coronavirus contamination. The beer country removes the country of neutrality, Switzerland, degraded to 4th square. Morocco is located in the soft abdomen of the ranking. The survey, which was conducted in more than 250 countries (252 classified), took into account …

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Resumption of negotiations amid deep tensions

Negotiations between the United Kingdom and the European Union will resume this Tuesday in London, amid deep differences between the two parties over their future post-Brexit relationship. A Towards the end of the transition period during which the United Kingdom will continue to apply EU rules pending its effective departure on 31 December, tensions rose one step on Monday, particularly …

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