"We are ending our military cooperation with the de facto authorities of Niger," the French president said.Full Story
Besides defending the abaya ban, Macron considers those who challenge secularism to be a "minority".Full Story
So far, 500 firefighters have been deployed to contain the spread of the wildfire with the help of 13 planes and 3 helicopters.
"...only the people sleeping on the first floor of the two-story building managed to escape..."
On July 26, President Mohamed Bazoum was overthrown through a coup led by the National Council for the Safeguarding of Democracy.
"...Macron re-shuffled his cabinet due to a series of national crisis..."
The authorities even imposed sentences for using social networks to organize riots because they wanted to "remember that Snapchat is not a hiding place."
Over the last 24 hours, the authorities acknowledged 202 fires on public roads, 159 burned vehicles, and four attacks on national or municipal police stations.
"Macronism takes up the far-right words and animalizes the neighborhoods' inhabitants. Not a single word about police, racism, poverty, or public services," MEP Aubry pointed out.
Meanwhile, President Macron continues to insist on portraying the riots as expressions of criminal groups rather than the consequence of widespread public discontent.
"...45 police officers and gendarmes were injured..."