Two imprisoned journalists in Morocco face an indefinite hunger strike | International

The journalist Suleimán Raisuni, in the newsroom of the newspaper 'Ajbar al Yaum' in Casablanca, in an image from 2019. Journalist Suleimán Raisuni, in preventive …

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Water from Fukushima plant to be discharged into the Pacific in two years

Associated Press Posted at 2:12 a.m. The Japanese government announced Tuesday that decontaminated radioactive water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant will be discharged into …

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WHO calls for suspension of sale of live wild mammals in markets

TOP NEWS TODAY Posted at 12:29 p.m. yesterday The World Health Organization (WHO) on Tuesday called for the worldwide suspension of the sale of live …

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42 drowned migrants, 16 of them minors, die off the coast of Djibouti | International

At least 42 migrants drowned this Monday off the coast of Djibouti after the sinking of the boat in which they were traveling, according to …

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Presidential in Peru: a teacher and an economist in the lead

TOP NEWS TODAY Posted at 6:26 p.m. yesterday The radical left schoolteacher Pedro Castillo and the right-wing economist Hernando de Soto led the presidential poll …

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Hirak: An Islamist current divides the regime-defying protest movement in Algeria | International

Two slogans have been causing for more than a month a great division within the Hirak, the protest movement that was born in Algeria on …

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