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Niger’s military government slams Macron for backing President Bazoum | News

Niger’s new military rulers have charged France with “blatant interference” as they accused President Emmanuel Macron, who has reiterated his support for ousted leader Mohamed Bazoum, of “perpetuating a neocolonial operation against the Nigerien people”. Colonel Amadou Abdramane said on Friday that Macron’s recent comments “constitute further blatant interference in Niger’s domestic affairs”. Macron on … Read more

Middle East Roundup: Syrian journalist ponders disappeared father’s fate | Syria’s War News

Protests in Syria, a Palestinian woman’s fight, secret Libya-Israel meeting — here’s the Middle East this week. Unusual anti-government protests in Syria | A Palestinian woman’s fight to stay with her children in Israel | Secret meeting between Libyan and Israeli officials causes an uproar | Here’s the Middle East this week: A missing father … Read more

Rubiales’s mother goes on hunger strike to protest ‘bloody hunt’ on son | Women’s World Cup News

Angeles Bejar said her son is ‘incapable of hurting anyone’ and announced a hunger strike until the ‘inhumane hunt’ against Rubiales is over. The mother of Spanish football federation chief Luis Rubiales, who has faced backlash for his unsolicited kiss on player Jenni Hermoso, locked herself inside a church and announced a hunger strike to … Read more

Are fears over Japan’s release of Fukushima radioactive water justified? | TV Shows

Japan and the UN nuclear watchdog insist the plan is safe while China and others disagree. Japan has begun releasing treated radioactive water from the Fukushima power plant. The UN’s nuclear watchdog insists it is safe. But China disagrees while regional states and public opinion are divided. So are the fears justified? And what do scientists … Read more

Anti-government protests in Syria continue for sixth day | Syria’s War News

Anti-government demonstrations have taken place in several provinces in Syria, as protesters called for an overthrow of President Bashar al-Assad, in scenes reminiscent of the beginning of the Syrian uprising in 2011. Hundreds of protesters gathered on Friday in Sweida and Deraa, both in southern Syria, northern Aleppo and Idlib, in the northwest, and Deir … Read more

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