African Union condemns recent coup in Burkina Faso

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Troops are still guarding the National Television Center after Burkina Faso's second coup this year Ouagadougou (AFP) - The African Union on Saturday condemned the...

Gabon: a forest monitored and protected by the inhabitants

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Gabon is 90% forest. Hundreds of men watch and protect her. While the animals are victims of poaching, the trees are threatened by timber...

Ethiopia: First UN food aid convoy to Tigray since ceasefire

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Fifteen trucks entered this region on Wednesday, where 5.4 million people are in food distress according to the World Food Programme. A truck chartered by...

South Africa: when reserves sterilize lionesses to preserve the species

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In South Africa, to save the lions whose population has been halved in 20 years, they sometimes have to be rendered sterile. Inbreeding can...

Strike of liberal doctors: the government does not want “neither to work nor to...

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Scheduled until January 2, the strike of liberal doctors is extended by at least a week. At the origin of the mobilization, the collective...

In Nigeria finding value in waste recycling

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There is money in the trash: scrap metal at the Romco recycling plant in Lagos Lagos (AFP) - Heaps of garbage scattered along roads and...

Tutankhamun: 100 years of fascination and mysteries around the young pharaoh

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Exactly 100 years ago, the British archaeologist Howard Carter discovered, on November 4, 1922, the tomb of Tutankhamun. A site that continues to fascinate.It...

Military coup in Burkina Faso as military officers overthrow the leader of the junta

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In Ouagadougou, protesters demanded the departure of junta leader Lieutenant-Colonel Paul-Henri Sandaugo Damiba. Ouagadougou (AFP) - Military officers have seized control of Burkina Faso, claiming...

Ethiopia’s Tigray rebels say they are ready for African Union-led peace talks

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Both sides accused each other of violating the armistice that has been in place since late March Nairobi (AFP) - Ethiopia's Tigray rebels said Sunday...

Tunisian ‘hanging garden’ farms cling on despite drought

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High in the hills of northwest Tunisia, farmers plant thousands of fig trees with a unique system of terraces that they hope will protect...

Australian Open 2023: Garcia expeditious, Chardy and Bonzi qualified, Murray courageous...

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The French world n ° 4 made a perfect entry by dismissing the qualified Katherine Sebov, 190th in the world, in just over an...

War in Ukraine: the hell experienced by the inhabitants who remained...

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Whether in Chasiv Yar or Siversk, living conditions are the same: chaotic. In these tirelessly bombarded villages, where there are often only the elderly...

War in Ukraine: the Kremlin promises to burn Western tanks on...

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Vladimir Putin criticized "the destructive line adopted by the kyiv regime, which has bet on intensifying the fighting". A Ukrainian tank in the Luhansk region,...

In Hungary, the European Union suspends the Erasmus program in most...

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The European Commission believes that these higher education institutions have become private foundations controlled by Prime Minister Viktor Orban. His entourage ensures that a...

China’s population fell in 2022 for the first time in 60...

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India should thus become this year the most populous country in the world. Chinese people wait for the metro in Guangzhou, China, November 15, 2022....