2021-05-25 | by CusiGO

The French Army: Conservative But Loyal To Republican Values

Military groups warned France of a “civil war” on two platforms, which raised doubts about the military mood

2021-05-25 | by CusiGO

The Community Accepted The Distribution Of 200 Minors

With the exception of rioha’s claim that it has no capacity, all territories have responded to the Ministry of social rights’s request to mitigate humanitarian emergencies. Madrid accepted, but voted against

2021-05-25 | by CusiGO

Coup Forces Arrest Malian President And Prime Minister

The officials who launched the coup in August lost weight in the new government appointed on Monday.

2021-05-25 | by CusiGO

Cuddle On The Beach

The protagonist in the photo is a Red Cross volunteer in talahar. His name is Abdu, a Senegalese, who was expelled to Morocco.

2021-05-25 | by CusiGO

One Year After The Death Of George Floyd: The Strangulation Of Police Reform And The Rebound Of Violence

After Minneapolis’s arrest, police calls for cuts in funding and power clashed with an increase in city shootings

2021-05-25 | by CusiGO

A So-Called Million Euro Fake Invoice Sparked A “Public Case”

The new investigation line funded by the Madrid people’s party has triggered another conflict between judges and prosecutors

2021-05-25 | by CusiGO

Morocco Tried To Isolate The Frente Polisario And Criminalize Its Leaders

Rabat acknowledged the serious crimes that Ghali had accused before the judge ruled.

2021-05-25 | by CusiGO

The Human Consequences Of The Crisis In Gaza Have Yet To Be Urgently Addressed

Hundreds of seriously injured people in the Gaza Strip need a long time to recover after a difficult operation

2021-05-25 | by CusiGO

Lukashenko’S “Belarusian Umbrella”

The dictator of Belarus, the last European tyrant, persecuted dissidents beyond borders, such as the former communist regime or Russia