Supreme Court examines Texas law drastically limiting abortion

Supreme Court examines Texas law drastically limiting abortion

A sign on which we can read “In the United States, we attack the bodies of women”, in front of the Supreme Court, in Washington, on November 1, 2021. MANDEL NGAN / AFP Signed in May by Republican Governor Greg Abbott, the Texas abortion law came into effect in early September. It is not only … Read more

Trial of Kyle Rittenhouse, the far-right activist accused of the murder of two protesters in the United States begins

Trial of Kyle Rittenhouse the far right activist accused of the

Kyle Rittenhouse arrives in the courthouse on Monday, November 1. Prosecutors should portray him as a right-wing extremist who came to Kenosha to do battle with anti-racist protesters. His lawyers will plead the right to self-defense, ensuring that he fired to protect himself from the rioters who were pursuing him. MARK HERTZBERG/POOL / VIA REUTERS … Read more

Post-Brexit fishing licenses: Britain demands the withdrawal of “unreasonable threats” from France

Post Brexit fishing licenses Britain demands the withdrawal of unreasonable threats

INFOGRAPHIC WORLD The conflict over post-Brexit fishing licenses continues to poison relations between Paris and London. Monday 1is November, British Foreign Minister Liz Truss called on the French government to withdraw its threats of sanctions, which are due to come into effect on Tuesday unless negotiations progress significantly. Paris plans to ban British fishing vessels … Read more

Lebanon weakened by escalating tensions with the Gulf monarchies

Lebanon weakened by escalating tensions with the Gulf monarchies

A portrait of George Kordahi, Lebanese Minister of Information, in Sana’a, Yemen on October 31, 2021. MOHAMMED HUWAIS / AFP After the icy indifference, climbing. A major diplomatic and economic crisis opened with the adoption by Saudi Arabia, Friday, October 29, of a series of punitive measures against Lebanon. The kingdom was followed by Bahrain, … Read more

In Japan, the ruling party wins the legislative elections despite a decline in its popularity

In Japan the ruling party wins the legislative elections despite

Japanese Prime Minister and leader of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party, Fumio Kishida, in Tokyo on October 31, 2021. POOL / REUTERS The Liberal Democratic Party (PLD) retreats but does not give in. The legislative elections in Japan, Sunday, October 31, ended with a very slight sag in the power formation, without depriving it of … Read more

“Bourhane wants to do as Marshal Sisi in Egypt”: in Sudan, the demonstrations against the military putsch repressed

Bourhane wants to do as Marshal Sisi in Egypt in

To stay up to date with African news, subscribe to the “World Africa” newsletter 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. Demonstrators protest against General Bourhane’s military coup in Khartoum on October 30, 2021. MARWAN ALI / AP … Read more

Alec Baldwin Announces Shooting On “Rust” Movie Will Not Resume

Alec Baldwin Announces Shooting On Rust Movie Will Not Resume

View of the Bonanza Creek ranch, where the fatal accident on the set of the movie “Rust” took place, in Santa Fe, New Mexico, October 23, 2021. JAE C. HONG / AP The doubt still remained, but it was lifted by Alec Baldwin, actor and producer of the film Rust : the shooting of the … Read more

The moment of truth for Boris Johnson, who wants to be “exemplary” on the climate

The moment of truth for Boris Johnson who wants to

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson welcomes King Abdullah II of Jordan to London on October 28, 2021. JUSTIN TALLIS / AFP In mid-October, Boris Johnson spent a few days of vacation, with wife and child, in a luxury villa loaned by a conservative friend in Marbella, in southern Spain. The tabloids reveled in a stolen … Read more

Fishing licenses: before his meeting with Emmanuel Macron, Boris Johnson considers the French threats “completely unjustified”

Fishing licenses before his meeting with Emmanuel Macron Boris Johnson

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson greets French President Emmanuel Macron in Rome during the G20 summit on October 30, 2021. KIRSTY WIGGLESWORTH / AP The meeting promises to be intense. While Boris Johnson and Emmanuel Macron are due to see each other on Sunday, and London summoned French Ambassador Catherine Colonna on Friday, the tension … Read more

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