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Sandrine Rousseau booed during a demonstration in support of Iranian women in Paris: “Get out! Out collaborators!”

Sandrine Rousseau came to support the demonstration that took place in support of Iranian women in Paris, but things did not go as planned. Indeed, the member was booed from all sides by the women present. “Get out!”, “Out collaborators!” are insults chanted by the crowd present on the spot. On the platform, the green …

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This delivery man who left a caring message for young parents is showered with gifts by strangers

It is a particularly touching story that began in a small town located in the state of Georgia, in the United States. A young man who had landed a delivery job during the holiday season, in December 2021, was attracted by decorations left in the garden of a private individual. On the front lawn of …

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Presidential elections in Brazil: Lula wins the 1st round of the presidential elections, closely followed by Bolsonaro; 2nd round needed

His lead is however less important than predicted by the polls and a second round will take place between the two men on October 30 since Lula could not win the absolute majority of votes. Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, icon of the Brazilian left, won 47.97% of the vote, ahead of the far-right outgoing …

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King Charles III will not go to COP27 in Egypt after the “objection” of British Prime Minister Liz Truss

King Charles III will not go to COP27 scheduled for November in Egypt, Buckingham Palace confirmed on Sunday after the press revealed British Prime Minister Liz Truss’ “objection” to the monarch’s participation in the summit on the climate. The new British sovereign, long committed to the protection of the planet, intended to hold a speech …

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London: Thousands of Britons in the streets sing “Can’t pay, won’t pay” in the face of inflation

The new Conservative government of Liz Truss had promised immediate action to deal with the crisis, but last week’s announcement of massive tax cuts for the wealthy has sparked more anger and misunderstanding than anything else . “Support the strikes”, “Freeze prices, not people” or even “Taxes for the rich”, could we read on the …

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The United Kingdom must quickly restore its credibility

En presenting on September 23 a radical fiscal program disconnected from the economic context, British Prime Minister Liz Truss and her Chancellor of the Exchequer, Kwasi Kwarteng, caused a spectacular shock wave. For the past week, the United Kingdom has been experiencing a financial and monetary storm like the country has rarely experienced. All it …

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“It would be very worrying, there would be an answer”: for the United States, it is likely that North Korea will attempt a nuclear test in the coming weeks

North Korea has carried out four ballistic missile tests in one week, and is likely preparing to conduct a nuclear test after the next Chinese Communist Party congress which begins on October 16, an Indo-command official told some reporters. Pacific (IndoPacom). “I think the possibility of a test is more likely one or two weeks …

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London: Thousands of Britons in the streets sing “Can’t pay, won’t pay” in the face of inflation

The new Conservative government of Liz Truss had promised immediate action to deal with the crisis, but last week’s announcement of massive tax cuts for the wealthy has sparked more anger and misunderstanding than anything else . “Support the strikes”, “Freeze prices, not people” or even “Taxes for the rich”, could we read on the …

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Coup d’etat in Burkina: confused and tense situation in Ouagadougou

Who rules Burkina Faso? Confusion reigned in Ouagadougou on Saturday evening after a declaration by the army not recognizing the seizure of power the day before by soldiers who had announced that they had dismissed the head of the junta, Lieutenant-Colonel Paul-Henri Sandaogo Damiba. In its first reaction since Friday evening, the General Staff of …

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