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Kuwait goes into the dance for the rehabilitation of Cocody Bay

While Morocco is still the main call partner of the Ivorian government for the rehabilitation of the famous bay of Abidjan, Kuwait has still found an agreement with President Ouattara to carry out several on-site services. A partnership has actually been signed between the two parties yesterday in Kuwait City during the official visit of the Ivorian head of state …

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Syrian conflict still prolonged

Following the procedure at the 29th Arab Summit in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia ( see our edition No. 5252 of Monday, April 16, 2018 ) there were around EU Foreign Ministers meeting Monday, April 16th in Luxembourg to address the crisis in Syria. They supported all efforts to prevent Damascus from resorting to chemical weapons. When they called on to resume …

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The Port of Calais attacks the state in order not to extinguish the strike in 2015

The public rapporteur for the administrative court in Lille Wednesday recommended the state's conviction not to order the police to end the blockage of the Calais harbor in 2015 by MyFerryLink employees On June 23, 2015, hundreds of striking seamen from the MyFerryLink shipping company block the port of Calais, the first in continental Europe for passenger transport, which is …

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See you on Friday in Tizi-Ouzou – La Dépêche de Kabylie

The WHO room Tizi-Ouzou will host the national championship Taekwondo "kyorugi" in the senior category (girls and boys) from the 20th to the 21st of April with the participation of 850 athletes representing 24 league wilaya. Organized by the Algerian Taekwondo Federation in cooperation with the Youth and Sports Department of Tizi-Ouzou and the Tizi-Ouzou League in Wilaya, this competition …

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Zimbabwe: Government fails thousands of striking nurses

No negotiation possible. The Zimbabwean government announced Tuesday the dismissal of several thousand striking nurses for better payroll. "In the interests of patients and to save lives, the government has decided to fire all striking nurses with immediate effect," said Vice President Constantino Chiwenga in a statement released on Tuesday night. He accused the strikes of being "politically motivated". Patients …

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Judge Chile Eboe-Osuji, President of ICC, completes his official visit to Nigeria

PH: CPI The President of the International Criminal Court, Judge Chile Eboe-Osuji, completed an official visit to Nigeria from April 10 to 13. In Abuja He met with the country's leading leaders, including Vice President and Vice-President of Nigeria (Yemi Osinbajo), Senate Speaker (Bukola Saraki) and Speaker of the House of Representatives (Yakubu Dogara) to discuss ways to strengthen the …

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Penalty of 10 years in prison confirmed against a "pro" of the race

Gérald Campanella, a figure of Marseilles big bandit and the cavalry specialist, saw Wednesday his sentence of 10 years imprisonment confirmed after a similar first sentence. Figure of Marseille's Big Bandit and Specialist for Driving Gerald Campanella On Wednesday he was sentenced to 10 years in prison to have a confirmed stock of weapons after a similar first sentence in …

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the five world champions countries

In its report from 2016-2017, published April 12, 2018, Amnesty International prepared a table of countries that performed the most death penalty. These are five countries: China, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Pakistan, also known as dragon countries in the implementation of the death penalty. Information was provided at a press conference at Amnesty International, headquartered in Kalaban-Coura ACI. The …

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Trump-Kim: puzzle on top – The point

Does the North Korean senior leader have an "Air Kim One"? A propaganda photo shows Kim Jong-un in the cockpit flying an airplane. But nobody knows if the craft has ever taken off. This trivial question is part of the long list of outstanding issues, just a few weeks before the historic summit between Donald Trump and Troublemaker Kim. More …

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