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Surprising Addition: Kante Makes Headlines as Key Player in France’s Euro 2024 Selection

N'Golo Kante, who hasn't played for France since 2022, was a surprising addition to France's squad for Euro 2024. Despite the long absence, Kante, the Al Ittihad midfielder, made it to Didier Deschamps' 26-man squad for the tournament in Germany. The team boasts the likes of Kylian Mbappe, who might be heading to Real Madrid soon from PSG. Bradley Barcola, Mbappe's teammate, also secures a spot in the squad for the first time. Other notable members include Olivier Giroud, Antoine Griezmann, and William Saliba.…

Headlines: South Africa is sinking with anger

Wednesday morning "the South Africans woke up again from the shooting", explains The inhabitant, to set the interior directly. A new muscular awakening "as extensive protests and looting continued in large parts of Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal, with the risk of spreading to other provinces", states the citizen. On the first page of its website, the daily newspaper also keeps records: 1,234 people have been arrested at the…

In the headlines: The Tigrayan rebels’ counter-offensive

The daily Addis Standardconfirms it: TDF, Tigray Defense Forces, took back the city of Mekelelundi, during the shouts of joy and the songs of the inhabitants. A little earlier, the Ethiopian newspaper details, the provincial administration of the province had seen its request for a ceasefire accepted by the federal government. A unilateral ceasefire, which is officially prescribed to allow farmers in the region to begin…

In the headlines: Algeria avoided the ballot box

The early parliamentary elections on Saturday were marked by a very strong abstention. “Major share, the national share reached only 30.2%, points Young Africa, the minimum score of at least 20 years for legislative elections. In comparison, it was 35.7% during the last election in 2017 (and 42.9% in 2012). Participation is even down compared to the 2019 presidential election, where Abdelmadjid Tebboune was elected with…

Headlines: the military is tightening its grip

"While the war against the jihadists in the north and in the center of Mali is still far from winning, the military once again intervened in the political game in Bamako. notes Le Monde Africa. On August 18, 2020, the same group of five colonels, already led by Assimi Goïta, forced President IBK to resign. Nine months later, the scenario was repeated with the interim president. The story seems to stem and the international…

Within the headlines: son Sassou, my father’s minister

Among the many eleven personalities coming into the brand new authorities in Congo-Brazzaville is an opponent, Honoré Sayi, appointed Minister of Power and Hydraulics. Till then, this philosophy instructor was president of the parliamentary group of the Pan-African Union for Social Democracy, the primary opposition celebration. Younger Africa, ”Denis Christel Sassou Nguesso, 46, son of the President, takes on the newly…

Headlines: the genocide in Rwanda, 27 years later

It is that this Wednesday, April 7, that memorials to the 1994 genocide start in Rwanda. Occasions that may final for 3 months and that happen a number of days after the publication of the Duclert report, in France, based on which Paris has "heavy obligations" and "overwhelming" on this tragedy, with out acknowledging any involvement with the genocides.Just lately Rwandan day by day The New Occasionswelcomed the publication…

Within the headlines: what the Tanzanian president died of

Officially, Tanzania's President John Maguful has died of heart problems. This was announced by the Vice President on television on Wednesday, March 17, after more than two weeks of unresolved absence from the head of state."Easily re-elected in October last year for another term with 84% of the vote, John Magufuli, 61, appeared for the last time in public on February 27 and points to World Africa, there were persistent…

Headlines: France and Mali are at odds with the dialogue with jihadists

Visiting Mali, the chief of French diplomacy, Jean-Yves Le Drian, closed the door on a attainable dialogue with armed teams, explains Le Level Afrique."The least we will say is that the international minister left little question in regards to the French angle in direction of jihadist teams." Le Level Afrique quotes the phrases of Jean-Yves Le Drian, who responded to the press on Monday: "Allow us to say issues very clearly:…

Within the headlines: We voted peacefully in Guinea

Greater than 5 million Guinean voters have been referred to as to the polls Sunday to elect their president. Aside from a number of minor incidents, the vote came about peacefully.So who wins? There are definitely dozens of candidates, however this presidential election might be summed up as a duel between outgoing President Alpha Condé and his fundamental opponent, Cellou Dalein Diallo.And the strain is palpable between the…

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