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Homeless after the earthquake in central Greece

When night fell in Damasi, the people of this central Greek city did not return home. A few hours earlier the earth shook. A magnitude 6.3 earthquake was recorded and since then the fear of returning to their home has not left them. The army came as reinforcements to bring a little support of what to eat._ "The houses are very damaged and we do not know where to go or what to do. Buses will take us to the hotel in Trikala for the night. Fortunately the army has arrived. They brought us water. Experts must now come and see the houses to decide if we can stay in them and if we can't, what to do? ", Recounts _Bratsidas Vassilis, a 22-year-old resident. Ten people were slightly injured in this earthquake. A 55-year-old man is hospitalized after serious head injuries from falling bricks or ...
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Traveling in the sun or stranded abroad, these “Covid exiles” who live far from home

Would misery be (really) less painful in the sun? After a year of pandemic, this is the observation that seem to make hundreds of French people, gone into exile far from the confinements and curfews in force on the national territory. Helped by widespread teleworking and plane tickets whose price is unbeatable, many have found refuge in hotter countries, less affected by the coronavirus, or simply more accommodating on the restriction measures. "Here, I forget the Covid", confides Lila * from her new apartment in Doha, Qatar. A thermometer displaying 30 degrees in the middle of February, bars and restaurants open, the wearing of a non-compulsory mask at the office ... "I am reliving", breathes the young woman, who has chosen to leave Paris for the next six mo...
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In Burma, the repression has taken a bloody turn

Now the police are firing live ammunition at the demonstrators. And the toll is growing: on Wednesday alone, 38 opponents of the Burmese military coup were killed according to the UN. In total, more than fifty civilians have lost their lives and dozens have been injured since the coup on February 1. Among the victims, four minors, including a 14-year-old teenager, according to the NGO Save the Children. Despite everything, demonstrators continue to take to the streets this Thursday in Burma. But fear is on everyone's mind. In Yangon, the economic capital, small gatherings have formed. "We are united," chant the protesters, protected behind makeshift barricades built with old tires, bricks, sandbags, bamboo and barbed wire. The army, which for its ...
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Dissolved in the Council of Ministers, the association Génération identitaire will file an appeal

The far-right French group Génération Identitaire, close to the National Rally, was dissolved Wednesday in the Council of Ministers, after years of controversy and tough actions, particularly against immigration and Islam, "threats" that he calls to fight. The procedure was launched in mid-February by Gérald Darmanin, after yet another action, at the end of January, of the association against migrants in the Pyrenees. Action which had "scandalized" the minister and given rise to a preliminary investigation for provocation to racial hatred.Immediately, the RN had denounced a "political" procedure and "a dangerous attack on fundamental freedoms". In the process, Generation Identity organized a demonstration in Paris on February 20 to protest against its announced dissolution.Clément Mart...
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Dissolved in the Council of Ministers, the association Génération identitaire will file an appeal

The far-right French group Génération Identitaire, close to the National Rally, was dissolved Wednesday in the Council of Ministers, after years of controversy and tough actions, particularly against immigration and Islam, "threats" that he calls to fight. The procedure was launched in mid-February by Gérald Darmanin, after yet another action, at the end of January, of the association against migrants in the Pyrenees. Action which had "scandalized" the minister and given rise to a preliminary investigation for provocation to racial hatred.Immediately, the RN had denounced a "political" procedure and "a dangerous attack on fundamental freedoms". In the process, Generation Identity organized a demonstration in Paris on February 20 to protest against its announced dissolution.Clément Mart...
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Sweden: what we know about the alleged “terrorist” attack which left seven injured

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The Audio Express offered: These countries where post-Covid life has already started

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“Mission impossible”: in the midst of Covid, these French people stuck in the gray area of ​​unemployment

Weeks of research, dozens of interviews, long hours spent refining a CV or a presentation ... And still nothing. Not a contract on the horizon, not the shadow of a hire. The report, drawn up by many employees who have lost or left their jobs since the pandemic, is clear: "Finding a job in the midst of a health crisis is an impossible mission", says Simon, former event organizer in a Parisian company. At 29, the young man decided to leave his employer last September for moral harassment. "Bad timing," he admits in mid-February, after responding to more than twenty marketing and communication offers. Despite ten years of experience, his last interview was once again turned down. "We were more than 300 on the job. The recruiter himself told me that it was unhe...
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Pas-de-Calais confined at weekends, not Île-de-France: what Castex should announce

New reprieve for the Paris region. Things are going bad, on the other hand, in Pas-de-Calais, which should be the first department under "enhanced surveillance" to experiment with confinement on weekends: here is what Jean Castex should announce, this Thursday evening at a press conference , according to several government sources consulted by AFP and BFMTV. Thus, out of the twenty or so departments in the red, only "one or two" - including Pas-de-Calais - would be affected by this measure, one of the most restrictive in the arsenal of the fight against Covid-19. For the rest, the new restrictions will be decided on a case-by-case basis, and could focus on the mixing places located within the territories. Local re-containment is seen as a measure of last ...
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Burma crackdown on coup protests kills 38 in one day

Police fire tear gas at crowds during a protest against the military coup, in Mandalay, Burma, March 3. STR / AFP Thirty-eight died on March 4, “Black Wednesday” and the bloodiest day since the start of the peaceful insurgency against the military regime in Burma. This massacre brings to more than fifty the number of Burmese fallen under the bullets of the police officers and the soldiers in twenty-six almost continuous days of demonstrations against the capacity of the army. If one could still hope, last week, that the Burmese generals would not choose to embark on the path of a repression as violent as their predecessors of the late 1980s, the time of the illusions. "I am flabbergasted, thunders a Burmese intellectual, reached by phone in Rangoon. There is no longer any doub...
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Ghana facing unprecedented wave of homophobia

To stay up to date with African news, subscribe to the “World Africa” 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". Logo of the official Facebook page of the LGBT + Rights Ghana association. LGBT + RIGHTS GHANA / FACEBOOK Since the beginning of February, hardly a day has passed in the Ghana without the issue of homosexual rights being the subject of a televised debate, a press platform or exchanges on Twitter. At the origin of the controversy, the opening in the suburbs of Accra, on January 31, of the premises of the young LGBT + Rights Ghana association, created in 2018 to promote the rights of lesbian-gay-bisexual and transgender people. The inauguration, celebrated during an evening, w...
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