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Italy's Airton Cozzolino tops the world's kitesurf championships in Dakhla

Italian rider Airton Cozzolino finished the first day of the 9th edition of the Kitesurf World Championship "Moulay El Hassan GKA Kitesurf World Tour Morocco-Dakhla 2018" (24-29 April) at the top of the ranking. Cozzolino beat Australia's Keahi de Aboitiz and Capverdien Mitu Monteiro, while Spaniard Matchu Lopes finished fourth. The Moroccan icemail Aderzane, meanwhile, occupied the fifth position. "The …

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21:51 – Algeria: Six deaths in 48 hours in floods

Published on Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 21:51 ALGARES (DZA) Six people died the last 48 hours in floods caused by heavy rains that hit several regions in northwestern Algeria, announced Civil Protection on Thursday. Earlier assessment reported five dead but the body of a child missing was found Thursday afternoon, said Colonel Farouk Achour, spokesman for Algerian civil protection. …

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The discovery of four mass graves from the 1994 genocide

Twenty-four years after the Rwandan genocide, at least 200 bodies found in a city not far from Kigali. At least 200 remains were found in four mass graves from the genocide committed in Rwanda in 1994 and were discovered in a town outside Kigali, told the memory of the Rwandan Genocide's memory director on Thursday. The body will be buried …

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In Libya, Marshal Khalifa returns the fear of a power vacuum

The strong man in Cyrenaica returned Thursday Benghazi after two weeks hospital stay in Paris. His absence was the fear of peacekeepers in his camp. His hospital stay and the silence that followed for two weeks had thrown the tension in Libya, where rumors about his legacy were packed. Marshal Khalifa Haftar, ruler of Cyrenaica and head of the Libyan …

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Two Koreas in the Atonement

The carpet is blue, the white armchairs, the oval table. And on the wall represents a panoramic image of Mount Kumgang, a symbol of reunion, cooperation for the whole peninsula. It is here in Panmunj's Peace House in the demilitarized zone (DMZ) that the two Koreans will meet again on Friday for a third meeting, as described historically before they …

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Four mass graves dating from the 1994 genocide discovered in Rwanda

These macabre discoveries are just a few days after the celebration of the infamous event. Four mass graves containing at least 200 bodies were discovered in a town outside Kigali. The information, which fell on Thursday, comes from the director of the Rwandan genocide's memorial. The moment is certainly not well chosen for such discoveries. Only days after the memory …

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