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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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In the shadow of the wall, the "indefinite wait" of migrants in Tijuana

Raphaël Bouvier-Auclair (access the author's page) Raphael Bouvier-Auclair Posted at 8:00 a.m. Access to Pedwest, one of the pedestrian routes that connects Mexico to the …

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The eruption of the La Soufrière volcano leaves thousands of evacuees and cuts of electricity and water in San Vicente | International

Residents of Saint Vincent look at a column of smoke rising from the La Soufrière volcano on April 9.STRINGER / Reuters The eruption of the …

Read moreThe eruption of the La Soufrière volcano leaves thousands of evacuees and cuts of electricity and water in San Vicente | International

Philip of Edinburgh: The impetuous Philip who discovered 'The Crown' | International

There are people who in the collective mind were always old. Gloria Fuertes, Gandhi, the Duke of Edinburgh. But then Netflix came along and resurrected …

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Jovan Divjak, the Serbian general who defended Sarajevo, dies | International

Jovan Divjak and his godson Muhammed Bojadzi, on a street in Sarajevo in 2005.Uly Martin In the story of the wars of disintegration of Yugoslavia, …

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Elections in Ecuador: The political rift splits in two Ecuador | International

"Guillermo is coming, Guillermo is coming," shouts a young man behind the wheel of a gigantic SUV. Sonia and Cristina Velázquez, mother and daughter, wave …

Read moreElections in Ecuador: The political rift splits in two Ecuador | International

Agnès Callamard: "I was shocked that Saudi Arabian authorities threatened me at the UN" | International

Agnès Callamard, Amnesty International's new secretary general, at her office in Paris last Tuesday.JOEL SAGET / AFP Agnès Callamard was threatened up to two times. …

Read moreAgnès Callamard: "I was shocked that Saudi Arabian authorities threatened me at the UN" | International

"If I had …" Remorse haunts some witnesses in the ‘Floyd case’ | International

The phones at the Cup Foods store in Minneapolis, Minnesota, do not stop ringing on Wednesday morning. Acquaintances of Mahmoud Abumayyaleh, the owner, call anxiously …

Read more"If I had …" Remorse haunts some witnesses in the ‘Floyd case’ | International

In the hot seat, Beijing presents an enchanting vision of Xinjiang

TOP NEWS TODAY Posted at 1:11 p.m. Folk dances, traditional outfits and bucolic landscapes: in the midst of a confrontation with Westerners about Uyghur Muslims, …

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Where is daddy, where is mommy? ask Uighur refugee children in Turkey

Marie-Eve Bédard (access the author's page) Marie-Eve Bedard Posted at 8:07 a.m. With their eyes riveted on the green board, the children recite in unison …

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