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NATO will leave Afghanistan from May 1 | International

The Afghan military adventure draws to a close. After almost 20 years of war, the nearly 10,000 NATO soldiers who still have their boots in …

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Von der Leyen warns Michel that he will not allow another rudeness like that of Ankara against foreign leaders | International

The humiliation suffered by the president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, in Turkey has led to a harsh institutional crisis between the …

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How to be a good communist in China | International

In the huge hall, the teacher begins class. Behind him, from a movie-sized screen, an image of Chinese President Xi Jinping looks benevolently at the …

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'Sofagate': The setback in Ankara puts Michel on the ropes | International

The scene, of just 20 seconds and four shots, has caused a political earthquake in Brussels. The images show the Turkish leader, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, …

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From Sainte-Agathe to Churchill: the passages of Prince Philippe in Manitoba

Sophie pelletier Posted at 8:21 p.m. yesterday Touring Canada in 1959, stopover in Churchill in 1992 or lightning visits to Winnipeg, Prince Philippe, Duke of …

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Dam on the Nile: resumption of negotiations in Kinshasa

TOP NEWS TODAY Posted at 4:45 a.m. Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan resumed their negotiations on Sunday in Kinshasa around the Ethiopian mega-dam on the Blue …

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Aborigines oppose dam project in Australia

Reuters Posted at 2:46 p.m. The Puutu Kunti Kurrama and Pinikura peoples (PKKP), whose sacred caves were destroyed by Rio Tinto last year, have rejected …

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Braga Netto: Brazil's new Defense Minister, a tightrope walker between Bolsonaro and the discontent of the Army | International

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro's plans include General Walter Braga Netto (Belo Horizonte, 64 years old). Appointed last Tuesday to head the Ministry of Defense, the …

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India devastated by second wave of COVID-19

Philippe Leblanc Posted at 8:04 a.m. In the crowded outdoor market of Sarojini Nagar, Delhi's usual marvelous chaos takes on a whole new meaning in …

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Coup d'état: Argentina plants 30,000 trees to honor those who disappeared during the dictatorship | International

This Wednesday, 45 years after the military coup that began the worst dictatorship in Argentine history, trees will be planted in places that functioned as …

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