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    World Cup 2022: France-Tunisia, a historic match

    For the first time in their history, France and Tunisia will face each other in a football World Cup match on Wednesday, November 30, in Qatar.

    On the eve of the France-Tunisia match, which will take place on Wednesday, November 30, it is the Tunisians who are setting the mood in Doha, Qatar.

    Medicine without hospitalization can cure sleeping sickness

    This parasitic disease, known as the tsetse fly, permanently threatens 60 million people in Africa. This new treatment could eliminate the transmission of sleeping sickness by 2030.

    The drug was developed by Sanofi and a research organization founded by the World Health Organization. Illustrative photo. (AFP)

    A drug, acoziborole, developed by Sanofi and a research organization founded by the World Health Organization (WHO), can cure sleeping sickness, reveals the medical journal The Lancet.

    Energy crisis: lowering American gas prices, an ineffective strategy?

    The price of gas is one of the topics that Emmanuel Macron and Joe Biden will discuss on Thursday, December 1.

    Emmanuel Macron will discuss the price of gas with Joe Biden. American consumers spend 7 dollars for a unit of gas, and Europeans 37 dollars, more than five times more expensive.

    Energy: the European Commission proposes to cap gas prices under drastic conditions

    The EU executive proposes a “market correction mechanism” which aims to prohibit transactions on the European gas market if the contract price notably exceeds 275 euros/MWh for two weeks.

    European flags in front of the European Commission building in Brussels on October 21, 2022. (AFP)

    The European Commission proposed on Tuesday 22 November a temporary mechanism to cap wholesale gas prices.

    Twitter: the European Union calls on Elon Musk to “tackle disinformation with determination”

    During a telephone exchange with the boss of the social network, European Commissioner Thierry Breton recalled that Twitter will have to “considerably strengthen content moderation, protect freedom of expression”.

    The Twitter logo at the company’s headquarters in San Francisco (California), United States, on October 28, 2022. ( AFP)

    “Let’s be clear: there is still a huge amount of work to be done.”

    Nuclear: Greenpeace denounces the “scandalous” continuation of the uranium trade between France and Russia

    The NGO calls in particular for the termination of contracts with the Russian group Rosatom and its subsidiaries.

    The Rosatom group stand at the World Nuclear Exhibition in Le Bourget (Ile-de-France) on June 28, 2016. (Illustrative image) (AFP)

    Despite the war in Ukraine, France continues to import uranium from Russia. “Dozens of drums of enriched uranium and ten containers of natural uranium from Russia”

    Ukraine: what to remember from Monday, November 28

    After the strikes that have hit Ukraine in recent days, kyiv fears new bombardments.

    A destroyed building in kyiv, the Ukrainian capital, on November 27, 2022. (AFP)

    Ukrainian officials fear new Russian strikes in the coming days. The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons said on Monday (November 28th) that the conflict has increased the threat of the use of weapons of mass destruction, including chemical munitions.

    Belgium-Morocco match at the World Cup: violence erupts in Brussels after the defeat of the Red Devils

    A few “dozens of people” attacked street furniture and the police on Sunday evening, according to the police in the Belgian capital.

    A policeman in Brussels (Belgium) on November 27, 2022, after scenes of violence following the Belgium-Morocco match of the 2022 World Cup. (AFP)

    Violence broke out on Sunday (November 27th) in Brussels (Belgium), following Morocco’s victory over Belgium at the FIFA World Cup.

    World Cup 2022: Germany avoid defeat against Spain and keep a chance of qualifying for the round of 16

    The Germans conceded a draw in the clash against Spain (1-1) on Sunday and no longer have their destiny in hand before the third and final match of the group stage.

    Jamal Musiala, ball at his feet, pursued by Rodri and Sergio Busquets, during Germany-Spain (1-1), November 27, 2022 in Qatar. (CAN/XINHUA/MAXPPP CAD)

    Germany has not lost, but its fate is no longer in its hands. In the shock of the first round of the World Cup against Spain, the selection of Hans-Dieter Flick tore away to get the point of the draw at the end of the match (1-1), Niclas Füllkrug (83rd) responding to the opener of Alvaro Morata (62nd).

    2022 World Cup: finding the right balance, discovering leaders … The four challenges that the French team must meet to succeed in its tournament

    Not in the best of moods when entering the World Cup on Tuesday against Australia, the France team has many areas to work on to hope to retain its title.

    Didier Deschamps at a press conference in Doha, November 21, 2022, on the eve of the entry into the running of the French team in the World Cup. (AFP)

    Holders of the title, the France team is one of the favorites for the final victory when starting the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

    Ukraine: Volodymyr Zelensky accuses the Russians of having mined a dam...

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    It is a dam of a hydroelectric power station located in the Kherson region, in southern Ukraine, and under the control of Moscow forces. Ukrainian...