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Mali President Urges Calm After Violent Protests Rock Capital

Saturday  04:31,   11 july 2020

Mali’s President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita sought to ease tensions Friday after violent protests calling for him to resign left several people injured in the capital Bamako. © Bloomberg Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, Mali's president, pauses during an... >>>

Malaysia’s Leader to Face Crucial Political Test in Parliament

Saturday  03:27,   11 july 2020

Malaysia’s government will face its biggest test of support since its turbulent rise to power in February when parliament fully convenes for the first time Monday. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) {... >>>

Indigenous mothers in Brazil mourning children's deaths seek closure

Saturday  02:15,   11 july 2020

For more than a month, four mothers of the Sanöma tribe were looking for the bodies of their children in the Roraima state capital. Officials eventually said they'd been buried under suspicion of having COVID-19, according to protocol — but the... >>>

US global media agency continues to clean house, seeks to kick out international journalists

Saturday  01:56,   11 july 2020

Efforts to clean house at the US Agency for Global Media continued this week as leadership indicated that international journalists who work for Voice of America (VOA) will not have their visas extended and a widely respected top editor at Radio... >>>

25 years after Srebrenica, intl crimes still difficult to prosecute

Saturday  01:41,   11 july 2020

In 1990, Bosnian Serb forces killed about 8,000 Muslim men and boys during the Balkan conflict in what’s now known as the Srebrenica massacre. It was the worst atrocity on European soil since World War II. But 25 years on, war crimes and crimes... >>>

Protest in Mali turns violent

Saturday  01:30,   11 july 2020

Dissatisfaction with President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita in war-torn Mali is growing day by day. At a demonstration in Bamako, thousands of people are calling for his resignation. Then the situation escalates. © picture-alliance / AP Photo / B. Ahmed... >>>

Russia calls US’s newest stance on nuclear arms agreement 'undiplomatic,' considers not extending

Saturday  00:50,   11 july 2020

A top Russian diplomat said Friday that he is not optimistic that the U.S.-Russian nuclear arms agreement will be extended because of Washington’s demands to include China in the proposal. © Provided by FOX News Experts say satellite images show a... >>>

Francis Lalanne: removed from Fort Boyard, he attacks Alexia Laroche-Joubert for discrimination

Saturday  00:40,   11 july 2020

© SIPA Francis Lalanne: removed from Fort Boyard, he attacks Alexia Laroche-Joubert for discrimination At the end of June, Francis Lalanne had a rant against Fort Boyard and the production of Alexia Laroche-Joubert at the head of the program. He... >>>

One dead as protest against Mali president turns violent

Saturday  00:14,   11 july 2020

One person was killed and 20 people injured in Mali's capital Bamako on Friday, a hospital official said, during a mass rally against embattled President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita. The circumstances under which people were wounded and one person... >>>

Serbia's Vucic blames opponents for orchestrating violent protests

Saturday  00:13,   11 july 2020

Serbia's Vucic blames opponents for orchestrating violent protestsBELGRADE/PARIS (Reuters) - Protests marred by violence continued on Friday in Belgrade, where thousands rallied against Serbia's President Aleksandar Vucic and government... >>>

Castex Government: Demonstrations everywhere in France against “the culture of rape En Marche”

Saturday  00:10,   11 july 2020

Demonstrations took place in several cities in France against the presence in the government of Gérald Darmanin, accused of rape, and Eric Dupond-Moretti © LOIC VENANCE / AFP A demonstration at the call of feminists in Nantes to denounce the... >>>

Coronavirus. France grants aid of 800 million to Latin American and Caribbean countries

Friday  23:15,   10 july 2020

© MAURO PIMENTEL / AFP Brazil is one of the countries most affected by the Covid-19 epidemic. Europe and South America will strengthen their cooperation in the fight against the Covid-19. France will thus mobilize 800 million euros in aid, which... >>>

Uighurs: exchange of sanctions between Beijing and Washington

Friday  23:15,   10 july 2020

Experts and organizations defending human rights accuse Beijing of having interned up to a million Muslims, mainly of Uighur ethnicity. © GREG BAKER / AFP A re-education camp in which Uighurs are locked up, May 31, 2019 in Hotan, in Xinjiang... >>>

Demonstrations across France against the presence of Darmanin and Dupond-Moretti in government

Friday  23:05,   10 july 2020

© NATHALIE SAINT-AFFRE / MAXPPP Demonstration in Toulouse against the presence of Gérald Darmanin and Éric Dupond-Moretti, Friday July 10. Denouncing "the culture of rape En Marche", several thousand demonstrators protested Friday in Paris and in... >>>

EU Scrutinizes an Enormous Virus Plan That Has Critics Squawking

Friday  22:43,   10 july 2020

When it comes to freeing up record amounts of money to overcome the pandemic, the big hitters in the European Union need to make more concessions than they had bargained for to get everyone over the line. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"],... >>>