Omicron variant: contaminations soar in South Africa

To not miss anything on African news, subscribe to the newsletter of World Africa from this link. Every Saturday at 6 a.m., find a week of current events and debates treated by the editorial staff of World Africa. A man gets vaccinated against Covid-19 in Soweto, South Africa on November 29, 2021. DENIS FARRELL / … Read more

In the Sahel, a convoy of the French army in the face of popular anger

To stay up to date on African news, subscribe to the “Monde Afrique” newsletter from this link. Every Saturday at 6 am, find a week of current events and debates treated by the editorial staff of “Monde Afrique”. Burkinabe army officers patrol near a French armored vehicle parked in Kaya, November 20, 2021. OLYMPIA DE … Read more

Iranian nuclear: “We will do everything to prevent Tehran from being about to acquire a bomb”

International negotiations on Iran’s nuclear program, in Vienna, Austria, November 29, 2021. EU DELEGATION IN VIENNA / VIA REUTERS Joshua Zarka is deputy director general of the Israeli foreign ministry, in charge of strategic affairs, in particular the Iranian file. While negotiations on Iranian nuclear power resumed, Monday, November 29 in Vienna, he details the … Read more

In Doha, the Taliban in search of dialogue with the West

Taliban Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi (second from left) on August 12, 2021, in Doha, Qatar. KARIM JAAFAR / AFP The future of Afghanistan continues to be written, in part, in Doha, Qatar. A delegation from the Taliban government began on Saturday, November 27, a series of meetings with representatives of Western countries to try … Read more

Chinese President promises Africa one billion anti-Covid doses

To not miss anything on African news, subscribe to the newsletter of World Africa from this link. Every Saturday at 6 a.m., find a week of current events and debates treated by the editorial staff of World Africa. Chinese President Xi Jinping (on screen) at the China-Africa Cooperation Forum (Focac) in Dakar, November 29, 2021. … Read more

Morocco ready to promote resumption of negotiations between Israel and Palestinians

To stay up to date on African news, subscribe to the “Monde Afrique” newsletter from this link. Every Saturday at 6 am, find a week of current events and debates treated by the editorial staff of “Monde Afrique”. Visit of the Israeli Minister of Defense, Benny Gantz, to his Moroccan counterpart, Abdellatif Loudiyi, on November … Read more

“Interpol’s procedures are opaque and without control, neither by States, nor by justice”

Tribune. As Emirati Ahmed Naser Al-Raisi, former head of the United Arab Emirates security forces, targeted by several complaints of torture and human rights violations, takes office as president of Interpol, it is legitimate to wonder . Because this choice, beyond the person it designates, would it reveal a dysfunction? Dysfunction denounced for some time … Read more

Barbados becomes a republic and separates from the British crown

Prince Charles (left), at the swearing-in ceremony for the first President of Barbados, Dame Sandra Mason (seated right), in Bridgetown on November 30, 2021. JEFF J. MITCHELL / AFP Queen Elizabeth II has officially lost a jewel in her crown, with the swearing-in, Monday, November 30, evening of the first president in the history of … Read more

In Wardak, the wounds of the war in Afghanistan

Par Ghazal Golshiri Posted today at 5:21 am, updated at 5:43 am Reserved for our subscribers ReportageIn the village of Mamakhel, a hundred kilometers south of Kabul, the takeover by the Taliban has paradoxically made it possible to return to peace, after years of suffering. Like many Afghan villages, Mamakhel, in Wardak province, located about … Read more

Memory therapy for the grandchildren of the Algerian war

Young people from the group “Views of the young generation on Franco-Algerian memories”, at Sciences Po Paris, October 9, 2021. NADJA MAKHLOUF FOR “THE WORLD” It is the story of an inner journey. That of a journey that leads to memories still ablaze and family sufferings that have mostly remained silent. It is the story … Read more