Sudanese streets barricaded, shops closed after 7 killed

Published on: 01/18/2022 – 13:42 Khartoum (AFP) – Sudanese closed shops and barricaded streets in Khartoum on Tuesday in a campaign of civil disobedience to protest one of the bloodiest days since an October coup derailed the country’s democratic transition. Security forces killed at least seven people in anti-coup protests by the thousands on Monday, bringing the total number of ...

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The National Opera of Greece will present the revival of “Andrea Chénier”

The National Opera of Greece has announced the revival of the production of “Andrea Chénier” by Umberto Giordano and Luigi Illica. The opera will take place from January 29 to February 29. 13 in the Stavros Niarchos room. The title role will be shared by tenors Marcelo Puente and Marcelo Álvarez, while sopranos Cellia Costea and Eva-Maria Westbroek will play ...

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key dates of the French presidential election

France will potentially elect a new president this year unless voters remain loyal to Emmanuel Macron, elected in 2017. We outline the key dates for voting and beyond below. January 1st This is the date when candidates are officially monitored for the time they spend speaking on television and radio, to ensure balanced coverage. Monitoring will be carried out by ...

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Optibus on board with French public transport

According to Optibus, calls from the French government to increase the use of public transport prompted the company to open a new office in Paris. Mourad Achour, Regional Director France of Optibus, says: “Increasing the use of public transport is a question of both will and technological capacity. In France, the will is there. Now, Optibus’ software will introduce state-of-the-art ...

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Postcard from Paris: An unsung and forgotten national hero

Through Denis Lennox, CP Contributor | Sunday, January 16, 2022 The tomb of the Marquis de Lafayette in the Picpus cemetery in Paris. | Denis Lennox Largely overlooked in Paris, a city full of monuments and other sites popular with tourists, is the tomb of the Marquis de Lafayette. Not only did Marie Joseph Yves Roches Gilbert du Motier serve ...

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WATCH: Anne Curtis wears a two-piece swimsuit in snowy Finland

Image: Instagram/@annecurtissmith Anne Curtis didn’t seem to mind the cold weather in Finland as she soaked in a tub while admiring the country’s snowy landscape. Curtis gave fans another glimpse of her trip to Europe by showing a photo of herself wearing just a two-piece swimsuit, according to her Instagram page on Friday, January 14. The actress took a dip ...

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Vladimir Putin News: Russia Will Stage False Flag Attack on Its Own Embassy to Trigger War in Ukraine | World | News

The potential trigger for a war between the United States and Russia was revealed after US intelligence agents uncovered Russian saboteurs inside Ukraine. US intelligence says Kremlin operatives are plotting a “false flag” operation to create a pretext to invade Ukraine. This could potentially drag the US into conflict with Russia, as US Undersecretary of State Victoria Nuland has refused ...

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The Omicron shift in Europe: pandemic or endemic?

LONDON – In Britain, France, Spain and other countries in Europe, politicians and some public health experts are advocating a new approach to the coronavirus pandemic that is both bold and resigned: that illness is becoming an inescapable part of daily life. Governments are seizing a moment when their populations have seen less severe disease and, in some cases, a ...

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The former director of Air Tahiti behind the new Polynesian start-up

A trademark application filed by national Tahitian start-up Air Moana reportedly shows that the airline’s founder is Christian Vernaudon, a French Polynesian politician who is the former chairman and CEO of Polynesian national airline Air Tahiti. French news site Overseas 360 indicates that the trademark application filed by Ntireva with the French Industrial Property Office shows that the company’s founder ...

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