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Africa · Algeria
Court of Algiers: Verdict of former Minister of National Solidarity Djamel Ould Abbes handed down
ALGIERS- The 6th Criminal Chamber of the Court of Algiers sentenced, on Sunday, to four (4) years in prison with a fine of four (4) million DA, the former Minister of National Solidarity, Djamel Ould Abbes for his involvement in a corruption case linked, in particular, to the squandering and embezzlement of public funds. The […]See the Story
Africa · Tunisia
Tunisia, a Hub for Russian Naphtha? - The Maghreb Times !
With the war in Ukraine, new trade routes are emerging. Tunisia has thus become a transit point for Russian naphtha, a petroleum derivative used in petrochemicals. And this is for the benefit of South Korea in particular.Rolling with Russian oil in the United States, despite the sanctions, is legally possible if the crude is refined elsewhere than in Russia, in Italy for example. The story had been reported in the spring by The Wall Street Journ…See the Story
Africa · Tunisia
Tunisia: The Opposition Calls for the Formation of a Government of National Salvation - The Maghreb Times !
Tunisia has been plunged into a deep political crisis for more than a yearThe National Salvation Front (Tunisian opposition) called on Sunday for the formation of a national salvation government to deal with the country’s economic and social problems.“The economic and social crises are getting worse day by day, and for a year and a half, there has been no sign of an end to these problems,” Front leader Ahmed Nejib Chebbi told a rally in the gove…See the Story
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When Naguib Sawiris Shows Ingratitude Towards Algeria - The Maghreb Times !
Naguib Sawiris shows ingratitude towards Algeria more than ten years after having left it. The Egyptian businessman entered Algeria in the early 2000s through its telephone subsidiary, Orascom Telecom. It was rumored that Sawiris had built the network without large investments. The situation lasted nearly ten years, until the famous case of the cement plant sold to Lafarge.See the Story
Morocco king invites Algeria president for ‘dialogue’: FM
Algiers cut ties with Rabat in August last year, alleging ‘hostile acts’See the Story
67% Left coverage: 6 sources
Europe · Algeria
Algeria hosts divided Arab states for summit
Algeria aims to demonstrate diplomatic clout this week as it hosts the first Arab League summit since before the COVID-19 pandemic, but political divisions mean any show of unity among the club's members is likely to be paper thin.See the Story
Coverage: 27 sources
Moroccan rapper ElGrande Toto in custody after cannabis controversy
Moroccan rapper ElGrande Toto was taken into custody on Monday evening, a judicial source said. The Casablanca-born rapper had in late September told reporters who gathered after one of his concerts, "I smoke hash -- so what?" His comments sparked an outcry in Morocco, and the 26-year-old was on Thursday forbidden from leaving the territory by authorities.See the Story
Coverage: 4 sources
Bolsonaro and Lula are heading to second round in Brazil election
Former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva came out on top with 47.6% of the votes against 43.9% for the outgoing President, Jair Bolsonaro. A second round will take place on 30 October. Lula is now hated by many Brazilians after being convicted for accepting bribes.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 4 sources
Europe · Paris
Massive protest in Paris against inflation and climate crisis
Thousands of protesters, including France's newly crowned Nobel laureate for literature, have piled into the streets of Paris. The show of anger Sunday against the bite of rising inflation aimed to crank up pressure on the government of French President Emmanuel Macron. The march for wage increases and other demands was organized by left-wing opponents of Macron.See the Story
45% Center coverage: 49 sources
International · Rabat
19 dead after consuming toxic liquor in Morocco, several hospitalised
At least 19 people have died, with dozens more hospitalised, as a result of toxic alcohol consumed from a roadside kiosk in Morocco. Local authorities have arrested a 48-year-old in connection with the incident. It is thought that people consumed the toxic alcohol in the store of the arrested suspect, according to publication, Moroccan World News.See the Story
44% Left coverage: 9 sources
Europe · Moscow
Fourth leak found on Nord Stream pipelines, Swedish coast guard says
Swedish Coast Guard has reportedly found a fourth leak on the Nord Stream pipeline. Two of these four are in Sweden's exclusive economic zone. The two other holes are in the Danish exclusive economic zone. Gas has spewed into the Baltic Sea for three days since the leak was first detected. European Union suspects sabotage was behind the gas leaks on the subsea Russian pipelines to Europe. The EU has promised a "robust" response to any intentional disruption of its energy infrastructure.See the Story
39% Right coverage: 67 sources