Kristine McNally


Tony Blair, who led UK to Afghanistan, criticizes withdrawal

Tony Blair, the former British Prime Minister, on Saturday criticized the withdrawal from Afghanistan, calling it a hasty gesture “in obedience to a foolish political slogan to end” eternal wars “. As Prime Minister, Mr. Blair sent British troops to Afghanistan and Iraq, supporting President George W. Bush’s decision to …

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Malaise as the federal government plans the return of toll gates

Experts in the logistics and transportation sector have raised concerns over the federal government’s plan to reintroduce toll collection on designated two-lane highways across the country, questioning its effectiveness in line with accepted practices in the country. the world. The planned reintroduction of toll barriers comes 18 years after the …

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what consequences for life in the Principality?

Rising temperatures could, among other things, destroy the tourism industry. The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) places particular emphasis on rising temperatures. So what is the situation in our region? We interviewed Nathalie Hilmi, member of the Monaco Scientific Center and IPCC researcher. Its job …

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What are the challenges of the peace process in Libya?

Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared on Order From Chaos. A decade after the overthrow of longtime dictator Muammar Gaddafi, Libya is expected to hold elections in December to form a unified government. As the date draws closer, the country’s Maghreb neighbors – Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco – are showing …

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Morocco, Israel sign agreements to mark historic visit

A historic meeting between the foreign ministers of Morocco and Israel in Rabat. This is the first visit by a senior Jewish state official since relations between Morocco and Israel normalized last year. By the end of Wednesday’s meeting, three agreements had been signed. “Today we are changing that for …

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