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and whether the music born of immigration bore

Since this incident, this gang of women * from 23 to 43 years old have soberly renamed themselves "Arabengers", in pop reference to Avengers, superheroes from the Marvel team. From there, believing that they have superpowers, there is only one step. These seven friends, of North African descent - journalists, directors, researchers - have succeeded in the crazy effort to organize in a few weeks a completely fascinating day and evening around Algeria on July 2 at La Flèche d 'Gold. "We…

The conflict in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo has separated hundreds

In the Democratic Republic of Congo, tens of thousands of people have fled their homes since the end of March, in the territory of Rutshuru (in the east), to escape the fighting between the rebels in the M23 and the Congolese forces. The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) estimates the number of internally displaced persons at 150,000, plus 25,000 refugees in Uganda. Among these people are children, of whom more than 800 are separated from their families. - The fighting triggered panic and families dispersed…

WFP must ration aid to refugees in Africa

The World Food Program (WFP) is asking for $ 426 million to meet the needs of refugees, it was announced on Sunday, June 19, when World Refugee Day is celebrated on Monday, June 20. Due to lack of funding, the humanitarian organization said they have already…

Jihadists in Mozambique are increasing their assaults

In northern Mozambique, the assaults intensified once more after a comparatively calm and intervention by troops from Rwanda and southern African international locations. The Cabo Delgado area, wealthy in pure sources, has been the scene of jihadist violence since 2017. To date, this violence has primarily been concentrated within the north, close to the border with Tanzania, both across the cities of Palma and even Mocimboa da Praia. But they've now moved to different areas. Attacks have just lately been recorded within…

The British cut up over deporting migrants

The first flight of asylum seekers from Britain to Rwanda is scheduled for Tuesday, June 14, in keeping with British Home Secretary Priti Patel's plan to discourage unlawful immigration. So human rights teams are nonetheless working to forestall this begin, the…

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