The Court of Cassation prevents the judgment of an alleged Syrian torturer

The Court of Cassation prevents the judgment of an alleged

Will France be the refuge in Europe for Syrian war criminals? Will we see executioners and victims cross paths in the streets of Paris without the latter being able to initiate any prosecution whatsoever against those who have massacred their families? In any case, this is the meaning of the judgment rendered by the criminal … Read more

In Libya, “arms stocks remain high and sufficient to fuel any future conflict”

In Libya arms stocks remain high and sufficient to fuel

Remnants of missiles and other weapons found in a camp that was being used by Marshal Haftar’s forces in Gharyan, 100 kilometers south of the Libyan capital Tripoli. in June 2019. MAHMUD TURKEY / AFP The number of detected violations of the arms embargo imposed on Libya decreased in 2021 compared to the previous year, … Read more

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

In Doha the Taliban in search of dialogue with the

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

“Almost a year after the departure of Donald Trump, doubts still hover over the solidity of American democracy”

Almost a year after the departure of Donald Trump doubts

US President Joe Biden during a virtual meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping from the White House in Washington on November 15, 2021. MANDEL NGAN / AFP EHe is, in his own way, the embodiment of the American dream. The daughter of an unemployed miner in the north-east of England ravaged by deindustrialisation and Thatcherism, … Read more

“Les Sacrifiés du Sahel”, on LCP: in Mali, the dull anger of soldiers and widows

Les Sacrifies du Sahel on LCP in Mali the dull

In Bamako, the Malian capital, everyone knows the fate that the anti-terrorist war may reserve for soldiers and their families. BABEL DOC LCP-NATIONAL ASSEMBLY – TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30 AT 8:30 P.M. – DOCUMENTARY It all started so well. Staff Sergeant Ibrahima, dressed in his parade uniform, marries a Fatimata with shining eyes, in her white … Read more

On Arte, “The Great Famine in Ireland”, the last tragedy before independence

On Arte The Great Famine in Ireland the last tragedy

Image taken from the documentary “The Great Famine in Ireland”, by Ruan Magan. TYRONE PRODUCTIONS ARTE – TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30 AT 8.50 P.M. – DOCUMENTARY It is a human tragedy of incredible magnitude, which occurred not at the end of the world but in Ireland. A great famine which, between 1845 and 1851, caused the … Read more

In Honduras, leftist candidate Xiomara Castro leads presidential election

In Honduras leftist candidate Xiomara Castro leads presidential election

Honduran presidential candidate Xiomara Castro, in Tegucigalpa, November 28, 2021. LUIS ACOSTA / AFP Left-wing candidate Xiomara Castro (Freedom and Refoundation Party, Libre, left) takes the advantage for the presidency of Honduras against the dauphin of the outgoing right-wing president, in a country plagued by violence from drug traffickers, who have spread their corruption up … Read more

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

Iranian nuclear We will do everything to prevent Tehran from

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

Barbados becomes a republic and separates from the British crown

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 29, of the first president in the history of … Read more

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

Interpols procedures are opaque and without control neither by States

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