Sudan: Saudi Arabia, Emirates join Americans in pressuring military

Sudan Saudi Arabia Emirates join Americans in pressuring military

The United States obtained, Wednesday, November 3, the explicit support of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), two countries considered likely to have an influence on the Sudanese military, in a joint call for “Immediate restoration” of the civilian government overthrown by the army in Khartoum. “We call for the immediate and total … Read more

In Japan, the suicide of wrestler Hana Kimura prompts justice to crack down on cyberbullying

In Japan the suicide of wrestler Hana Kimura prompts justice

Ayaka Shiomura, senator and former TV personality, victim of cyberbullying, receives an apology from Akihiro Suzuk in Tokyo in 2014. JIJI PRESS / AFP LETTER FROM TOKYO Japan will crack down on online harassment, threatening to send perpetrators behind bars. A working group from the Ministry of Justice made a proposal in this regard at … Read more

Niger: murderous attack by jihadists in the “three borders” area

Niger murderous attack by jihadists in the three borders area

It is one of the most deadly attacks committed in the area known as the “three borders”, a region where the territories of Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger meet, without physical delimitation, and where jihadist groups operate. More than sixty villagers members of self-defense militias were killed in Niger in an attack in the Tillabéri … Read more

New York State enshrines “the right to a healthy environment” in its Constitution

New York State enshrines the right to a healthy environment

A polling station in New York, November 2, 2021. During the poll, voters notably supported the right to clean air and water. SETH LITTLE / AP Burn in marble “The right of everyone to benefit from clean air and water and a healthy environment”. New York State voters voted 60.8% of the vote to amend … Read more

New conflict at Volkswagen weakens boss Herbert Diess

New conflict at Volkswagen weakens boss Herbert Diess

Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess in Zwickau, Germany on June 23, 2021. MATTHIAS RIETSCHEL / REUTERS A new violent conflict has broken out at Volkswagen (VW), between the group’s boss, Herbert Diess, and employee representatives, and no one knows how it will end. On the stock market, the quarrel has already caused the price to unscrew … Read more

Joe Biden urges Congress to adopt sweeping electoral setbacks

Joe Biden urges Congress to adopt sweeping electoral setbacks

US President Joe Biden in Washington on November 3, 2021. MANDEL NGAN / AFP Joe Biden wants ” moving forward “. The US president urged, Wednesday, November 3, the Democrats to vote his major reform projects blocked in Congress by internal dissensions, the day after the resounding defeat of his party’s candidate for the election … Read more

Democrats’ defeat in Virginia a major electoral setback for Joe Biden

Democrats defeat in Virginia a major electoral setback for Joe

Republican Glenn Youngkin on election night at a hotel in Chantilly, Virginia on November 3, 2021. ELIZABETH FRANTZ / REUTERS In electoral vocabulary, Democrats have a choice. Disillusionment, rout, slap? Each term is defended in view of the results in Virginia, Tuesday, November 2, where the post of governor was being played. In this state … Read more

Post-Brexit fishing licenses: the island of Jersey “is in the middle of a battle that is beyond it”

Post Brexit fishing licenses the island of Jersey is in the

By Simon Auffret Posted at 04:50 yesterday, updated at 14:47 yesterday Reserved for our subscribers ReportageThe closure of French ports would eliminate 80% of outlets for Jersey fishermen. On the island, which did not participate in the Brexit vote, authorities are contesting any political strategy behind the licensing. Faced with the onslaught of rain and … Read more

COP26: Israeli energy minister, in wheelchair, denied access on first day

COP26 Israeli energy minister in wheelchair denied access on first

Israeli Energy Minister Karin Elharar (center) was finally able to access the premises where COP26 is being held on Tuesday, November 2. ALBERTO PEZZALI / AP She searched for a handicapped-accessible entrance for about two hours. In vain. Monday 1is November, Israeli Energy Minister Karin Elharar, who suffers from muscular dystrophy and uses a wheelchair, … Read more

In Jharkhand, land of forests, charcoal on the rise

In Jharkhand land of forests charcoal on the rise

Par Ravi Pinto Posted today at 02:31, updated at 04:25 Reserved for our subscribers ReportageIn this state of India, which has the majority of the national coal reserves, the populations have long been opposed to the exploitation of their basements. But new extraction projects, intended to meet the needs of an entire country, threaten them … Read more

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