The Emir of Dubai, the Princess of Jordan and the divorce at 650 million euros

The Emir of Dubai the Princess of Jordan and the

Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein arrives at the High Court of Justice in London on November 12, 2019. TOLGA AKMEN / AFP A resounding divorce trial in London has lifted a corner of the veil that hides the opulence and violence reigning in some palaces in the Middle East. On Tuesday, December 21, a London court … Read more

“France’s complicity in international crimes must end”

Frances complicity in international crimes must end

Tribune. What is the link between the Emirati Mohammed Ben Zayed Al-Nahyane, the Saudi Arabian Mohammed Ben Salman and the Egyptian Abdel Fattah Al-Sissi? These three political leaders are responsible for war crimes and crimes against humanity in the war in Yemen, Egypt and Libya. They are at the same time the main customers of … Read more

In India, more than one in three women choose sterilization for contraception

In India more than one in three women choose sterilization

Women wait for tests before sterilization surgery at a public hospital in Mahendragarh, India, February 4, 2016. KUNI TAKAHASHI / NYT-REDUX-REA The decision was carefully considered. Two years after the birth of her second child and after having wrested the agreement of all members of her family, Annu Kumari, 25, was sterilized on July 16, … Read more

France simplifies access to judicial archives of the Algerian war

France simplifies access to judicial archives of the Algerian war

To not miss anything on African news, subscribe to the newsletter of World Africa from this link. Every Saturday at 6 a.m., find a week of current events and debates treated by the editorial staff of World Africa. Tracts of the French army during the Algerian war, at the Historical Service of the Army of … Read more

“The caravan protects, without it, you will not advance”: a new procession of migrants settles in Mexico

The caravan protects without it you will not advance a

Par Marcelo Gaddi Posted at 4:00 p.m. yesterday, updated at 4:20 p.m. yesterday Reserved for our subscribers ReportageSome 340 exiles will spend the Christmas holidays in an improvised refuge in the Mexican capital. They hope to be regularized to continue their journey to the United States in safety. He carries his school notebook everywhere in … Read more

At MH17 trial, the prosecutor requests life imprisonment against the four accused

At MH17 trial the prosecutor requests life imprisonment against the

Prosecutors Ward Ferdinandusse, left, and Thijs Berger (right), at Schiphol court near Amsterdam, the Netherlands, December 20, 2021. PETER DEJONG / AP In delivering his indictment on Thursday, December 22, the prosecutor explains that he will not go back over the terrifying details of the repatriation of the dislocated bodies of the 298 passengers of … Read more

After Western Sahara, the Covid-19 triggers a new quarrel between Rabat and Madrid

After Western Sahara the Covid 19 triggers a new quarrel between

Spain’s Foreign Minister José Manuel Albares in Riga, Latvia on December 1, 2021. GINTS IVUSKANS / AFP Morocco’s deliberate choice to repatriate some of its nationals stranded in Europe because of Covid-19 via Portugal rather than Spain triggered, Tuesday, December 21, a new diplomatic pass between Rabat and Madrid. On December 13, the Moroccan government … Read more

“We must not panic”: Joe Biden believes that the United States is “ready” to face the Omicron variant

We must not panic Joe Biden believes that the United

Joe Biden, December 21 at the White House. BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI / AFP Joe Biden assured, Tuesday, December 21, that the United States was “Ready” faced with the Omicron variant which surges, repeating that there was no reason to “Panic”, at least for vaccinated Americans. “We all need to be concerned about Omicron”, most “We must … Read more

The victims of the witch hunts between the 16th and the 18th century soon officially exonerated in Scotland

The victims of the witch hunts between the 16th and

Nine women were burned for witchcraft on a shore in Dumfries, Scotland (April 13, 1659). MARY EVANS PICTURE LIBRARY / PHOTONONSTOP EThey were accused of spoiling the crops, of turning into animals to commit their misdeeds, even of dancing with the devil. In Europe, between the XVIe and the XVIIIe century, thousands of women and, … Read more

In Syria, drought, another scourge in a destroyed country

In Syria drought another scourge in a destroyed country

On the banks of the drained Duwaysat Dam outside the town of Al-Diriyah, Syria, November 9, 2021. ABDULAZIZ KETAZ / AFP The most optimistic still want to believe that the agricultural northeast of Syria is facing a lag in the winter season. But, for some humanitarians and experts, the northern zone has entered a serious … Read more

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