Title: “Limiting Refugee Influx: Lower Saxony Calls for Control and Accommodation Solutions”

2023-09-25 12:46:00 As of: September 25, 2023 2:46 p.m Lower Saxony’s Interior Minister Behrens made a clear appeal to the federal government and the EU: the number of refugees must be limited. The accommodation options are “more than exhausted”. For three to four weeks, Lower Saxony has been experiencing “a very, very high influx of … Read more

In Goma, families demand justice after the repression of August 30

2023-09-19 20:31:12 Published on : 19/09/2023 – 22:31 In DR Congo, mourning and anger in Goma in the east of the country… Three weeks after the violent repression of an attempted demonstration by the army, families bury their dead. Nearly 60 civilians lost their lives according to the official toll. The government funded this burial … Read more

Strawberry Picking Season in Namur: Positive Harvest, Growing Recruitment Challenges

2023-09-10 16:00:00 Strawberry picking generally takes place from May to September. In the province of Namur, the majority of harvests have been completed. Generally speaking, growers give a positive assessment for this year: “We had a very good year of harvests,” indicates Sébastien Noël, head of “Fraises du Bourdon”, in Lesve (Profondeville). Even though the … Read more

DR Congo: In Ituri, persistent violence and desperate displaced people

2023-09-05 14:17:50 Published on : 05/09/2023 – 16:17Modified : 05/09/2023 – 16:30 02:47 DR Congo: In Ituri, persistent violence and desperate displaced people AFP – GLODY MURHABAZI Peace seems inaccessible and aid is sorely lacking in the province of Ituri, in the north-east of the Democratic Republic of Congo. In the camps for the displaced, … Read more

Violent Clashes in Southern Tel Aviv: Riots, Rubber Bullets, and Live Ammunition

2023-09-02 16:39:45 Firing of stun grenades, rubber bullets but also live ammunition: we witnessed real scenes of riots in the southern districts of Tel Aviv. The police admit that they were taken aback by the scale of the clashes, reports our correspondent in Jerusalem, Michael Paul. « Unfortunately, since the morning, the parties have not … Read more