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    Earthquake in Morocco, time for reconstruction

    In Morocco, remote villages in the High Atlas were among the areas hardest hit by last week’s earthquake. Traditional terracotta houses were unlikely to be able to withstand strong shaking; houses that cracked or collapsed. Our team on the ground went to meet these inhabitants in one of the villages some 80 km from Marrakech.

    In the Democratic Republic of Congo, the government presented a white paper which identifies “the scale of the humanitarian catastrophe” in the east of the country. For more than 20 years, the east of the country has been plagued by violence by armed groups. With this document, which is presented on the eve of the United Nations General Assembly, the Congolese authorities intend to once again denounce Rwanda, accused of supporting the M23 rebels in the east of the country.

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    Neither boycott, nor reprisals”: the French government assured Friday that the country would continue to welcome artists from the Sahel, after a controversy arising from an administrative directive asking to cease all collaboration with Niger, Burkina Faso and Mali, where its consular services are closed.

    Source: France 24

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