Wednesday, February 26, 2020

M.Zack

New York wants to build dams against the Atlantic

The American metropolis, largely conquered on the water, is particularly exposed to the effects of global warming and the rise of the oceans. ...

the Supreme Court inflicts a major judicial snub on Boris Johnson

The judges overturned the Conservative Prime Minister's suspension of Parliament, plunging the kingdom into a new political turmoil. ...

In Lebanon, the economy stalled

The promises of reforms of the leaders struggle to convince the Lebanese, who are going through a period of economic slump and fear a financial crisis. ...

Earthquake kills at least 19 people in Pakistani Kashmir

The tremors have hit the city of Mirpur, known for its luxurious homes and close ties to the United Kingdom. ...

Soviet rugby and his French grandfather

The Russians, who play their second World Cup, lost Tuesday against Samoa. It is a former French journalist in Moscow who contributed to the practice of this sport...

"The future does not belong to the" globalists "but to the patriots"

The US president was limited on Tuesday to a very slight opening by evoking Iran, while confirming that the sanctions against Tehran would be "hardened". ...

Jair Bolsonaro sounds "illiberal" charge at the opening of the UN General Assembly

The Brazilian president on Tuesday attacked untruths about the Amazon and said leaders of Indigenous Peoples, like Chief Raoni, were "manipulated by the stranger." ...

"The Supreme Court ruled that the powers of the government were limited by the sovereignty of Parliament"

Joelle Grogan, a law professor at Middlesex London University, reacts to the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Boris Johnson's prorogation of parliament. ...

UN gets the establishment of a "Constitutional Committee" for Syria

Discussions between representatives of the regime and the opposition are expected to be difficult. ...

Indonesian police crack down on protests against controversial laws

Plans to reform the penal code and the anti-corruption agency have sparked a wave of protest for two days. ...

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