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“I used to be a vital voice inside

It is a uncommon testimony from the previous Chief of Staff of the Tigray administration in the course of the warfare, the interim authorities of the province appointed by the Ethiopian federal authorities in the course of the navy operations aimed toward…

efforts at the parliamentary election on 31 July

Last day of the campaign, Friday 29 July in Senegal, before the general election on Sunday 31 July. One hundred and sixty-five seats of deputies are up for grabs. Eight lists are in competition. The majority hopes to maintain a comfortable majority in the assembly, while the main opposition forces aim to impose cohabitation on President Macky Sall. From our correspondent in Dakar,A…

countries that have apologized and those that have not

Excuses for the slave trade and slavery multiply, with or without controversy over "repentance" in the former colonial metropolises. Who presented it - or not - and how? Chronological overview, starting with the latest facts. ♦ Amsterdam, ABN Amro and the central bank apologize to the Netherlands, not yet the government The Hague postponed until the end of June an apology planned for…

“The Promise” by Damon Galgut, or The Discomfort of

The 2021 Booker Prize for his latest novel, South African Damon Galgut delivers with Löftet a family story about the decay of white South Africa. The latest novel by Damon Galgut, a grand cru, was crowned with the Booker Prize 2021 and translated into French by L'Olivier. This sensitive writer with a sharp eye has matured. It is now reminiscent of two of its older ones, JMCoetzee and…

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