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An anti-colonialist sculpture on display in London’s Trafalgar Square

A sculpture showing the Baptist pastor John Chilembwe, at the origin of a failed uprising in 1915 against British colonial rule in Malawi, was unveiled on Wednesday in London’s famous Trafalgar Square where it will sit until 2024. In this work by Malawi-born, Oxford-based artist Samson Kambalu, John Chilembwe wears a hat, which was forbidden …

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Why the person of the King occupies and “concerns” so much a certain foreign press

This is not the first time that journalists, particularly Spanish, are concerned about the state of health of King Mohammed VI. Already in 2017, Ignacio Cembrero, to name only him, as the subject turns at home to an obsessive-compulsive tic, devoted an article to what he called “the King’s worrying absenteeism”, striving to identify his …

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Interview A. Akhannouch and Von der Leyen; strengthening of a ”unique and reliable” partnership

Rabat – Head of government Aziz Akhannouch had a telephone conversation on Tuesday with the President of the European Commission, Ursula Von der Leyen. In a tweet on his page on the social network Tweeter, Mr. Akhannouch indicated that this telephone interview “was an opportunity to underline the solidity of the strategic partnership between Morocco …

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Why the person of the King occupies and “concerns” so much a certain foreign press

This is not the first time that journalists, particularly Spanish, are concerned about the state of health of King Mohammed VI. Already in 2017, Ignacio Cembrero, to name only him, as the subject turns at home to an obsessive-compulsive tic, devoted an article to what he called “the King’s worrying absenteeism”, striving to identify his …

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In Iran, 60 dead already and the police who want to use “all their strength” against the demonstrators

Police in Iran warned on Wednesday that they would act with “full force” in the face of the demonstrations, sparked by the death in custody of a young woman and whose repression has already left dozens dead. Fresh protests erupted on Tuesday night over the September 16 death in hospital of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old …

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less than two months after his inauguration, Petro faces a wave of protests

Bogotá – Less than two months after his inauguration as the first left-wing president in Colombia, Gustavo Petro is already facing a wave of protests in various cities against the policies deemed “unpopular” by his government. On Monday in the capital Bogota, demonstrators chanted “no more Petro”, “we are going the wrong way”, “he wants …

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Rihanna back on stage for Super Bowl halftime

Superstar Rihanna will host the always spectacular Super Bowl halftime concert next February, Apple Music, the main sponsor of this show with massive audiences and immense financial impact, announced on Sunday. “IT’S ON!”, tweeted Apple Music, adding, “Rihanna will be on stage” on February 12, 2023 in Glendale, Arizona during the American Football Championship final, …

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a new electoral law raises controversy and questions on the political scene

Tunis – Barely unveiled, the new electoral decree-law in Tunisia promulgated by Tunisian President Kaïs Saïed, in anticipation of the next legislative elections, has provoked a lively controversy among the political class, which criticizes legislation marginalizing the role of political parties and at the detriment to the freedom of candidacy. Based on individual voting and …

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