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Martin Malvy Gymnasium was inaugurated in Cazères

the essentialThe brand new high school in Cazères in Comminges was inaugurated on Tuesday afternoon. It is funded by the Occitanie region and will bear the name of Martin Malvy, its former president, who was present at the first visit. The opportunity for Carole Delga to pay him a living tribute. The name of Martin Malvy appears on the facade …

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Covid-19 antidote should not exceed $ 3 per dose in Morocco

As we informed you yesterday, the vaccine against Covid-19 is not for tomorrow. But in anticipation of a happy outcome of this crazy race, drums, by hundreds of researchers around the world, there is reason to rejoice: Morocco will be one of the countries that will benefit from the vaccine at a rate of $ 3 maximum dose. While 1191 …

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Tanger Med port, the 35th container port in the world 2019

SHARE Tanger Med port, the 35th container port in the world 2019 The port of Tangier Med has made significant progress in the latest rankings “Lloyd’s List” and “Container Management” which were published this week and now placed in 35th place after being ranked 46th a year earlier. This ranking applies to the 120 best ports in the world out …

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Morocco to take advantage of an anti-covid19 vaccine program at $ 3 per dose

Morocco is one of 172 countries participating in a “mechanism for global access to covid-19 vaccines”, reports the World Health Organization (WHO) in a press release dated 24 August. Morocco is thus one of the “92 low- and middle-income countries and territories that qualify for the Covax Market Guarantee Scheme (AMC)”. The purpose of this mechanism is to “control the …

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Tourist arrivals to Spain fall by 75% in July

The number of international tourists visiting Spain in July last year has dropped significantly by 75% in one year, according to data published on Tuesday by the National Institute of Statistics (INE). Thus, the Iberian country received 2.5 million tourists during the seventh month of the year, marking the return to normalcy in Spain after a three-month containment dictated by …

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A Lafarge truck dumps the wastewater in the Seine, a complaint is filed

Pictures showing sewage in the Seine from a Lafarge truck have been presented by Europe 1. Paris City Hall has announced that it will take legal action. The French Office for Biological Diversity lodged a complaint. According to information from Europe 1 revealed on September 1, one of the cement manufacturer’s Lafarge concrete plants was to reject cement particles and …

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Cement manufacturer Lafarge accused of dumping cement in the Seine for several years

the essentialCement manufacturer Lafarge is accused of environmental pollution. According to Europe 1, one of the group’s concrete plants has been releasing cement particles in particular into the Seine for several years. Jacques Lemoine, Development Manager for the Association Approved for Fishing and Protection of the Aquatic Environment (AAPPMA) is part of the team that found a case of environmental …

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Trade in agricultural products has been more resilient to the crisis than global trade

According to the World Trade Organization (WTO), the crisis linked to the coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19) has not had a significant impact on world trade in agricultural products. In a new report recently released, the international organization says that agriculture has shown resilience, with trading performance surpassing other sectors. In fact, “while total trade in goods fell sharply in the first …

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The gray areas of vaccination

The eradication of polio in Africa, a disease that has claimed millions of lives, was announced last week by the World Health Organization (WHO). A victory won in pain after thirty years of fighting thanks to a … vaccine. Today, the race for this precious sesame has been going on for several months to eradicate the new Coronavirus, which has …

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The WHO calls for a dialogue between governments and protesters against the mask

“We should listen to what people ask, what people say. We should have an honest dialogue.”, says WHO Ethiopian Head Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus from the organization’s headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. His intervention was part of the protests against the mask that took place last week in Germany and elsewhere. While Ghebreyesus encouraged the authorities to enter into dialogue with supporters …

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