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A Chinese rocket disintegrated over the Indian Ocean

A Chinese rocket disintegrated over the Indian Ocean

A segment of the Chinese space rocket launched last Sunday made its uncontrolled return to the atmosphere on Saturday and disintegrated over the Indian Ocean, the Chinese space agency has confirmed, with US officials blaming Beijing for not having shared information about this potentially dangerous descent. In a statement posted on its official WeChat profile, the Chinese Space Agency gave the coordinates of the impact: in the Sulu Sea, about 57 kilometres off the east coast of the island of Palawan in the Philippines. “Most of its devices were destroyed” during the descent, the agency said of the booster rocket,…
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The Twiza Tangier Festival is back – 2022

The Twiza Tangier Festival is back – 2022

After a stoppage due to the health crisis, the Foundation of the Mediterranean Festival of Amazigh Culture in Tangier is organizing the 16th edition of the "Festival Twiza", from July 28 to 31, 2022, under the theme "On this Earth, there is still this who deserves life. On the program for this edition is a series of artistic and cultural events, with the participation of renowned personalities from Morocco and elsewhere. A variety of musical evenings will be organized at Place Bab El Marsa in Tangier, featuring national and foreign artists and musicians. The musical program will include the groups…
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In Iraq, Influential leader Moqtada Sadr calls for broader protest.

In Iraq, Influential leader Moqtada Sadr calls for broader protest.

Influential Shia leader Moqtada Sadr on Sunday called for a broader protest in Iraq and support for protesters occupying parliament, offering no signs of de-escalation in a country mired in crisis. On Saturday, for the second time in less than a week, thousands of supporters of Moqtada Sadr invaded the seat of parliament in Baghdad's ultra-secure Green Zone to protest against a candidate for prime minister proposed by their opponents. On the second day of the sit-in, the demonstrators seem determined to stay in Parliament, having taken mattresses and blankets there. Volunteers distributed hot meals and swept up the piles…
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Algeria retracts a banking decision against Spain

Algeria retracts a banking decision against Spain

The Professional Association of Banks and Financial Institutions (ABEF), a major banking organization in Algeria, announced the “lifting of restrictions on banking operations related to foreign trade with Spain.” The Algerian banking entity said in a statement, in reference to the decision to suspend banking transactions for goods and services to and from Spain issued on June 9, 2022: “After evaluating the instructions outlined in this letter, and in consultation with the affected foreign trade agents, the mentioned precautionary measures are no longer necessary.” For its part, the Bank of Algeria issued another statement in which it clarified that “for…
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The Canadian government warns against travelling to Morocco.

The Canadian government warns against travelling to Morocco.

The official website of the Canadian government published a warning to all Canadian citizens wishing to travel to a number of countries, including Morocco, as of July 22, 2022. The site marked the degree of warning against travel to Morocco in yellow, which indicates that there are some security concerns, while the situation can change quickly; The traveller should be very careful at all times, and obtain information from the local media, following the instructions of the local authorities. Regarding local risks, the site raises the warning to a red degree, so that the government says that it is best…
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A Jew on the Temple Mount: Anger in Saudi Arabia after an Israeli channel published a video of its reporter on Mount Arafat. What is the story?

A Jew on the Temple Mount: Anger in Saudi Arabia after an Israeli channel published a video of its reporter on Mount Arafat. What is the story?

Tweets published by Hebrew Channel 13 about its reporter wandering around Arafat's rope angered Saudis through the communication sites, who denounced the Israeli journalist's entry to Mecca at the time of the most important and largest religious occasion for Muslims, the "pilgrimage" season. Saudi activists circulated a clip of the Hebrew channel’s correspondent while he was on his way to Mecca, in a scene that is the first of its kind for an Israeli journalist to tour the Holy Land, after previous reports of an Israeli delegation’s tour of the Prophet’s Mosque. The footage shows the reporter, "Gil Tamari" in…
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