Day: December 17, 2022

Morocco Opposes Modernity, Social Reality’s Hopes to Fractures, Fears Expressed in Fragmented World – Azoulay Tells ‘The Atlantic Dialogues’

“Carried by the committed and proactive leadership of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, Morocco has chosen, in the land of Islam, to make the legitimacy and richness of all its diversity the central engine of the uniqueness of its society and its identity,” said Azoulay, who was speaking at the plenary session of the 11th edition of “The Atlantic Dialogues”,


Death toll at Malaysia campsite landslide rises to 23, 10 still missing

Rescue teams searching for missing campers caught in Friday’s landslide at an unlicensed campsite in Malaysia recovered the bodies of a woman and a boy, raising the death toll to 23.   The landslide in Batang Kali, a popular hilly area about 50 km (30 miles) north of Kuala Lumpur, tore through the campsite while people slept in their tents,


What the world’s nature-rich nations want out of global conservation deal

Tangled expanses of Amazon rainforest, high mountains of the Himalayas, and cloud-shrouded forests are just some of the unique landscapes contained within the world’s most nature-rich nations. And protecting these ecosystems, experts say, could help save the planet.   Governments are trying to work out a new global agreement to guide conservation and wildlife protection through 2030 at a U.N.


Self-exiled Philippine communist leader Sison dies at 83

Philippine communist leader Jose Maria Sison died on Friday night at the age of 83 after a two-week confinement in a hospital in the Netherlands, his party said on Saturday.   Sison is the founder of the Philippine Communist Party, whose military wing – the New People’s Army (NPA) – has been waging an armed rebellion in one of the


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