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  • Gunman seizes hostages in a bank in French port city of Le Havre
    A man armed with a gun was holding three people hostage in a bank in northern France on Thursday, officials said, and two police union sources said the gunman was believed to have Islamist ties.
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    Published on 08-06-20By NEWS WIRES
    2 hours ago
  • On Beirut visit, Macron says aid to go ‘directly to the people’, relief groups
    French President Emmanuel Macron announced Thursday that an international aid conference for disaster-hit Lebanon would be held soon.
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    Published on 08-06-20By FRANCE 24
    3 hours ago
  • Israel’s Tel Aviv lights up with Lebanon flag
    The colours of the Lebanese flag lit up the Israeli city of Tel Aviv on Wednesday in solidarity with the country following Tuesday’s deadly blast in Beirut. It was a rare show of support from Israel for a country with which it is technically still at war.
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    Published on 08-06-20By Sam BALL
    5 hours ago
  • Mauritania’s Mohamed Ould Bilal named new PM after predecessor, govt step down
    Mauritania's prime minister and his entire government resigned on Thursday, a day after parliamentary investigators probing alleged graft under the previous administration submitted a report whose authors questioned several ministers.
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    Published on 08-06-20By FRANCE 24
    7 hours ago
  • ‘Beirut is destroyed, my heart is broken’: Locals in despair over Lebanon blast
    Lebanon is still reeling from Tuesday’s explosion in the port of Beirut – a further tragedy on top of the severe political, economic and health crises racking the country. FRANCE 24 spoke to locals about the devastation they have encountered and the despair they are feeling.
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    Published on 08-06-20By Marc DAOU
    10 hours ago
  • Scavenging for human hair: Nairobi hairdressers cut costs amid Covid-19 crisis
    For decades, Nairobi’s poor have scavenged through heaps of rubbish at the city’s vast Dandora dumpsite. But recently, they have been joined by some of the city’s hairdressers, in search for used human hair they can sell on to their customers as Covid-19 takes its toll on businesses.
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    Published on 08-06-20By Sam BALL
    11 hours ago
  • ‘Without reforms, Lebanon will continue to suffer,’ says Macron in Beirut
    French President Emmanuel Macron visited shell-shocked Beirut Thursday, pledging support and urging change after a massive explosion devastated the Lebanese capital in a disaster that has has sparked grief and fury.
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    Published on 08-06-20By FRANCE 24
    12 hours ago
  • Lebanese diaspora mobilises after deadly Beirut blast
    Lebanon's diaspora, estimated at nearly three times the size of the tiny country's population of five million, has stepped up to provide assistance following the massive explosion that laid waste to the capital Beirut.
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    Published on 08-05-20By FRANCE 24
    16 hours ago
  • Facebook, Twitter remove Trump posts over false claims children are ‘almost immune’ to Covid
    Facebook Inc on Wednesday took down a post by U.S. President Donald Trump, which the company said violated its rules against sharing misinformation about the coronavirus.
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    Published on 08-05-20By NEWS WIRES
    17 hours ago
  • Repression intensifies in Zimbabwe amid economic, healthcare crisis
    Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa promised to “flush out” political opponents on Tuesday, as activist groups said that scores of campaigners and protesters have been arrested in an expansive clampdown over the past week. Analysts say repression is amplifying in Zimbabwe, nearly three years after Mnangagwa helped oust his former mentor Robert Mugabe.
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    Published on 08-05-20By Tom WHEELDON
    1 day ago