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Specter of terrorism hangs over 9/11 commemorations in New York

New York does not really have a heart for the celebrations of September 11, 2001. The official, minimalist ceremonies will be held under tight security. In question, a major risk of attack. Posted on 5/09/2021 at 21:44 Correspondent in New York New York doesn’t really have a heart for the 9/11 commemorations. Next Saturday, the …

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United States: man kills four people, including a child, according to CNN

Police found the bodies of four victims: a man, a woman and her child, and another woman. UA man shot dead four people, including a baby in his mom’s arms, near the town of Lakeland, Fla., CNN reported, citing the local sheriff. The man then exchanged fire with the police before being arrested. Later, in …

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Paris attacks: Stanislas Eskenazi, a hothead in pursuit of his obsessions

The one who has been defending Abrini since 2016 is going to Paris to start a two-year judicial marathon, at the risk of burning himself. A priesthood motivated, he says, by the obsession to “understand”. Meeting with a lawyer who is not afraid of the margins, for having frequented them closely. Especially in Molenbeek. Portrait …

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Attacks in Paris: Stanislas Eskenazi, Abrini’s lawyer, a hothead in pursuit of his obsessions

The one who has been defending Abrini since 2016 is going to Paris to start a two-year judicial marathon, at the risk of burning himself. A priesthood motivated, he says, by the obsession to “understand”. Meeting with a lawyer who is not afraid of the margins, for having frequented them closely. Especially in Molenbeek. Portrait …

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Women’s rights in Afghanistan: students will have to wear an abaya and a niqab

The issue of women’s rights is the one on which the Taliban, who seized power on August 15 after a lightning military offensive, are the most awaited by the international community. Posted on 5/09/2021 at 15:27 LAfghan students will have to wear a black abaya, with a niqab covering the face, and will follow lessons …

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United Kingdom: a relative of Prince Charles accused of having used his influence to help a Saudi businessman

Michael Fawcett, Charles’s former assistant valet, is suspected of having used his influence to help a Saudi businessman. Un former assistant to Prince Charles has resigned “temporarily” from his role at the head of a foundation created by the Prince of Wales during an investigation into his links with a Saudi businessman. Michael Fawcett, Charles’s …

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Jihadist attack in New Zealand: authorities had been trying for years to expel assailant

He had drawn the attention of the police in 2016 after expressing his sympathy for jihadist attacks on Facebook. LNew Zealand had been trying for years to expel the Sri Lankan jihadist responsible for a knife attack in a supermarket on Friday, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern revealed on Saturday, saying her “frustration” and willingness to …

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France: thousands of people again in the streets against the health pass (photos)

This is the eighth Saturday of mobilization, in Paris but also in several other large cities such as Marseille, Nantes or Montpellier. DThousands of people once again took to the streets of many cities in France to cry out their refusal of the health pass on Saturday, a few days after the start of the …

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Afghanistan: fighting continues in Panchir, Taliban government is long overdue

The situation in the Panchir, one of the last centers of armed opposition to the new regime, could explain the delay in presenting the new executive, initially expected to be unveiled on Friday. LThe Taliban again delayed the announcement of their government on Saturday, the composition of which could set the tone for years to …

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Attacks in Paris: Salah Abdeslam, the most watched detainee in France

He is imprisoned in this remand center in the south of Paris under the very strict regime of solitary confinement, alone in a cell and with the particularity that it is equipped, a first in France, with a functioning video surveillance device. 24 hours a day. Sa still alive member of the jihadist commandos of …

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