Easter Monday: Sunny with temps up to 26°C

Monday will again be a sunny day with higher temperatures than usual for this time of year. Maximums will climb to between 22 and 26 degrees Celsius, with a moderate wind blowing from the east, according to Weerplaza. Tuesday and Wednesday will also be sunny and warm, with maximums between 20 and 25 degrees. Cloud … Continue reading “Easter Monday: Sunny with temps up to 26°C”

Soif de justice

Grand cafouillage dans la communication. L’EPTV a annoncé, dimanche soir, que l’ancien Premier ministre, Ahmed Ouyahia, et le nouveau ministre des Finances, Mohamed Loukal, ont été convoqués par le procureur du tribunal de Sidi M’hamed pour être entendus sur des opérations de transfert de devises à l’étranger. Le second nommé avait affirmé hier, selon un … Continue reading “Soif de justice”

L’état-major de l’armée et la bonne foi 

Depuis deux mois, les Algériennes et les Algériens n’ont de cesse de battre le pavé pour se libérer d’un système corrompu, mafieux et criminel. Nous assistons à un face-à-face peuple-décideurs sans précédent. Le peuple a démontré une magistrale maturité politique et un sens élevé de l’éthique et de la responsabilité. Chaque jour sont organisées sur … Continue reading “L’état-major de l’armée et la bonne foi “

ESS 1- USMA 1 : Le leader accroché

Boudé par son public n’ayant toujours pas digéré la défaite concédée face à la JSMB pour le compte du match aller de la demi-finale de coupe d’Algérie, le onze sétifien pénètre sur le terrain avec la peur de mal faire. Evoluant sans Djabou et Bouguelmouna, l’éternel malade, les Noir et Blanc éprouvent toutes les peines … Continue reading “ESS 1- USMA 1 : Le leader accroché”

L’armée affirme son engagement à céder le pouvoir aux civils

Les deux monarchies ont soutenu le coup d’Etat mené en 2013 contre le président islamiste égyptien, Mohamed Morsi, par Abdelfattah Al Sissi. Le général Abdel Fattah Al Burhan a affirmé, hier, l’engagement du Conseil militaire, qu’il dirige au Soudan, à transférer le pouvoir au peuple, comme l’exigent des milliers de manifestants depuis la destitution, le … Continue reading “L’armée affirme son engagement à céder le pouvoir aux civils”

JSK 4 – MCO 2 : Victoire sans forcer des Canaris

Les Canaris se sont facilement imposés devant leurs homologues du MC Oran, hier, au stade du 1er Novembre de Tizi Ouzou. D’ailleurs, dès le début de la partie, les poulains de l’entraîneur Franck Dumas ont cueilli à froid leurs adversaires à travers un but signé Fiston, qui a réussi à ouvrir la marque à la 2’ … Continue reading “JSK 4 – MCO 2 : Victoire sans forcer des Canaris”

CRB 2-NAHD 0 : Victoire importante pour le Chabab

Le Chabab de Belouizdad a remporté, hier, une victoire importante dans sa lutte pour le maintien en Ligue 1, en s’imposant dans le derby algérois face au NAHD sur le score de 2 à 0. Une victoire qui lui permet de s’éloigner de la zone de turbulences avec, en sus, un match en moins à … Continue reading “CRB 2-NAHD 0 : Victoire importante pour le Chabab”

Aït Saâda (Yatafene) : Où est passée l’aire de jeu ?

Les habitants du village d’Aït Saâda (commune de Yatafene, située à 43 km à l’est de la ville de Tizi Ouzou) attendent depuis 2017 l’ouverture de l’aire de jeu destinée aux enfants du village. Il y a plus de deux ans, rappelle Hamid Aït Mohand, habitant du village, «les pouvoirs publics ont affecté une enveloppe budgétaire à … Continue reading “Aït Saâda (Yatafene) : Où est passée l’aire de jeu ?”

Pâques sanglantes au Sri Lanka

Face à l’horreur des attaques au Sri Lanka, les personnalités politiques du monde entier ont réagi, dénonçant la «barbarie» d’une «agression contre toute l’humanité» et appelant à «rester unis (…) lorsque la terreur tente de diviser». La journée d’hier a été effroyable pour les Sri-Lankais. Alors que les chrétiens célébraient la fête de Pâques, huit … Continue reading “Pâques sanglantes au Sri Lanka”

Keukenhof flooded with tourists over Easter weekend

De Keukenhof received so many visitors on Saturday and Sunday that the flower park in Lisse was inaccessible by car on both days. On Sunday morning, people even stopped on the emergency lane on the A44 to take photos of the flower fields, NOS reports. The park’s parking lots were overflowing with cars. And cars … Continue reading “Keukenhof flooded with tourists over Easter weekend”

Four killed in accident on A1; highway closed at Deventer

Four people were killed in a one-sided accident on the A1 near Deventer on Monday morning. The highway is currently closed in the direction Hengelo to Apeldoorn, public works department Rijkswaterstaat said on Twitter. The car crashed into a matrix sign and caught fire, according to NU.nl. Emergency services responded to the scene in large … Continue reading “Four killed in accident on A1; highway closed at Deventer”

Dutch Royals shocked by Sri Lanka attacks; at least 290 killed

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima are shocked by seemingly coordinated attacks in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, they said in a released statement. A total of 290 people were killed. Among them were at least 35 foreign tourists, including at least one woman from the Netherlands, a spokesperson for the local police said on Monday … Continue reading “Dutch Royals shocked by Sri Lanka attacks; at least 290 killed”

Le rapport d’une commission canadienne illustré par une fillette voilée fait polémique

«Grâce à la Loi canadienne sur les droits de la personne […] les gens ont obtenu le pouvoir de briser le silence, de dénoncer la discrimination et d’être des acteurs de changement», s’est félicitée la Commission canadienne des droits de la personne dans son rapport annuel 2018 rendu public le 17 avril. Toutefois, pour accompagner la publication de ce document sur … Continue reading “Le rapport d’une commission canadienne illustré par une fillette voilée fait polémique”

Après les attentats au Sri Lanka, la responsabilité des autorités en question

Le Premier ministre Ranil Wickremesinghe a confirmé dimanche soir que des informations sur de potentielles attaques contre des églises, avaient été transmises par les services de sécurité mais qu’il n’en avait pas lui-même été alerté. Aucun groupe n’a encore revendiqué ces attaques, qui ont fait 290 morts, selon un nouveau bilan officiel, mais les autorités ont arrêté 13 personnes et vérifient … Continue reading “Après les attentats au Sri Lanka, la responsabilité des autorités en question”

Communication: What Today’s Workforce is Lack of

Apr 22, 2019 Picture:  Communication is the key to build a relationship. It is s a basic human need to connect, the foundation of every relationship, it’s the judge, the jury, the executioner. However, many amongst us are still unable to communicate effectively. Somehow words and gestures are lost along the way. With the advancement … Continue reading “Communication: What Today’s Workforce is Lack of”

Architects Respond to International Call to Design New Notre Dame Spire

Norman Foster of Thames Bank, one of Britain’s most famous architects, said that the competition was an “extraordinary opportunity” that would prove irresistible to anyone in the profession. He suggested submissions should embrace the boldness of the original builders, who pushed the limits of the technology of their day with their flying buttresses. Foster is most well-known for his project of an enormous glass dome … Continue reading “Architects Respond to International Call to Design New Notre Dame Spire”

Bilal Hassani sur les insultes : « J’ai essayé de passer outre, mais c’est très difficile »

Le chanteur français d’origine marocaine, Bilal Hassani, est revenu sur les insultes dont il est victime, confiant avoir « essayé de passer outre, mais c’est difficile, c’est très difficile ». Invité sur le plateau de Michel Drucker, ce 21 avril sur France 2, au cours de l’émission Vivement Dimanche, le Français d’origine marocaine, Bilal Hassani, est revenu … Continue reading “Bilal Hassani sur les insultes : « J’ai essayé de passer outre, mais c’est très difficile »”

Millions of Bangladeshi children at risk from climate crisis, warns UNICEF

Apr 21, 2019 Picture:  According to the study – Gathering Storm: Climate change clouds the future of children in Bangladesh – the country’s flat topography, dense population and weak infrastructure make it “uniquely vulnerable to the powerful and unpredictable forces that climate change is compounding”. The threat is felt from the flood and drought-prone lowlands … Continue reading “Millions of Bangladeshi children at risk from climate crisis, warns UNICEF”

Edition du 22/04/2019

Pour accéder à cette partie, il faut avoir un abonnement Si vous avez déjà un compte, connectez vousPour s’abonner cliquez ici.Pour s’abonner cliquez ici. Nom d’utilisateur Mot de passe * function mepr_base64_decode(encodedData) { var decodeUTF8string = function(str) { // Going backwards: from bytestream, to percent-encoding, to original string. return decodeURIComponent(str.split(”).map(function(c) { return ‘%’ + (’00’ … Continue reading “Edition du 22/04/2019”

Cricket Australia bans all players not involved in cheating for ‘failing to uphold the standards of Australian cricket’

Sutherland hopes the move will send a “strong message” to fans, kids, and the world, about what Australian Cricket is “really all about.” Following the ball-tampering scandal that has rocked the cricket world, Cricket Australia today announced its sanctions on all players not involved with the plot to cheat in the third test against South … Continue reading “Cricket Australia bans all players not involved in cheating for ‘failing to uphold the standards of Australian cricket’”

Bill English asks New Zealanders to please ‘look busy’ for US Secretary of state visit

The Government is appealing to all New Zealanders to behave themselves, and for the love god, don’t talk about anything that happened in the 80s. Prime Minister Bill English is making a sincere appeal to all New Zealanders this week, ahead of a visit from US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. Tillerson will arrive in … Continue reading “Bill English asks New Zealanders to please ‘look busy’ for US Secretary of state visit”

Trump Middle East peace plan derailed after discovering Israel already has a wall

Who would’ve thought Middle East peace could be so complicated? An announcement about President Donald Trump’s Middle East peace proposal has been indefinitely postponed after he discovered that Israel already has a wall. The proposal, which the President himself purportedly spent all of yesterday writing, was one page long, size 72 font, and read, in … Continue reading “Trump Middle East peace plan derailed after discovering Israel already has a wall”

We’re just going to go ahead and report that Prince Philip is dead because it’ll be true soon enough anyway

1921 – 2017 or thereabouts. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, husband of the Queen, and member of the House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg has passed away this morning at age 95. And if he hasn’t, that’ll be true soon enough anyway, so just bookmark this page and pull it back up when that happens. Philip reportedly suffered … Continue reading “We’re just going to go ahead and report that Prince Philip is dead because it’ll be true soon enough anyway”

In bid to ease tensions, Trump authorises firing 59 Pepsi cans at Syrian military base

A photograph released by the Pentagon shows the Pepsi being shaken vigorously until it launches. In a dramatic twist in the Syrian conflict, U.S. President Donald Trump has ordered the firing of nearly 60 cans of Pepsi at a military installation just south of Homs. The move comes in response to a horrific chemical attack … Continue reading “In bid to ease tensions, Trump authorises firing 59 Pepsi cans at Syrian military base”

Gender bias: How would audiences respond differently if Trump was a washing machine and Clinton was a can opener?

A New York University experiment has found that – perhaps unexpectedly – Trump was even more likable as a home appliance. The traditional wisdom – as held in academic circles – is that gender played a significant role in the outcome of the 2016 US Presidential election. The thinking goes that Donald Trump’s brash and … Continue reading “Gender bias: How would audiences respond differently if Trump was a washing machine and Clinton was a can opener?”

Protesters arrested at Alþingi

Protesters from the No Borders pressure group held a protest outside Alþingi yesterday. In this protest they attempted to stop people entering the building including staff, MPs and visitors. Police were called who arrested some of the protesters. Helgi Bernódusson, estates manager, claimed the protesters formed at each of the entrances including the car park … Continue reading “Protesters arrested at Alþingi”

Interim Justice Minister appointed

Þórdís Kolbrún R. Gylfadóttir, the current industry and innovation minister, will be temporarily taking on the role of Minister of Justice following the announcement that Sigríður Á. Anderson will be stepping down from the role. The announcement of who will be taking on the role was declared by the finance minister Bjarni Benediktsson. The replacement … Continue reading “Interim Justice Minister appointed”

Iceland welcomes the return of the ice bar

Downtown Reykjavík is the new location for an ice gallery with bar in April. Ice-themed establishments have become an increasingly popular feature and point of focus when it comes to tourism and economy in Nordic countries and Iceland finds itself opening the latest in the Magic Ice chain. The gallery will feature ice sculptures and carvings … Continue reading “Iceland welcomes the return of the ice bar”

Measles vaccinations available this weekend

A measles vaccination drive will take place in the capital city and East Iceland this weekend. Unvaccinated people aged over six months, who were born after 1970, have priority. An outbreak of the virus came in February from a man travelling home from the Phillipines, three caught the virus from this person on a flight … Continue reading “Measles vaccinations available this weekend”

Hatari as Iceland’s Eurovision entry

Söngvakeppnin’s finale was held live on Saturday from Laugardalshöll in Reykjavík to decide who would become Iceland’s Eurovision entry for May 2019 in Tel Aviv. All five performers took to the stage and faced the public vote with Hatari and Friðrik Ómar becoming the final two. After a second round of voting (and Hatari fixing … Continue reading “Hatari as Iceland’s Eurovision entry”

European Film Awards comes to Iceland

The location of the European Film Awards 2020 has been announced to be held at Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik in December. The event will be expected to host over 1,400 people and will also be broadcast live internationally. The event is held every two years in Berlin, in the interval year the film awards are … Continue reading “European Film Awards comes to Iceland”

State Mediator called for further wage negotiations

Following last week’s reports of various unions meeting with the State Mediator and the SA Confederation of Icelandic Enterprise, there is news of the Icelandic Electrician’s Association seeking to bargain negotiation with the State Mediator. The timing of these meetings comes as the agreed contracts are all expiring at a similar, however the meetings between … Continue reading “State Mediator called for further wage negotiations”

Salvini’s Right-Wing Alliance Has Difficulties With Bloc’s Composition – AfD

Speaking on the sidelines of the Yalta International Economic Forum, Meuthen said that some rightists have “completely different” politics on certain issues. “AfD party speaks with Lega Nord party in Italy, also speaks with Austrian FPO, we speak with French RN, also Estonia has entered this agreement. We are still discussing. In my party there are different opinions, which foreign parties can … Continue reading “Salvini’s Right-Wing Alliance Has Difficulties With Bloc’s Composition – AfD”

Cour d’appel militaire de Blida : Mandat de dépôt contre Saïd Bey et mandat d’arrêt contre Habib Chentouf

Un mandat de dépôt a été délivré à l’encontre de l’ancien commandant de la 2ème région militaire (RM), Bey Saïd et un mandat d’arrêt a été émis à l’encontre de l’ancien commandant de la 1ère RM, Chentouf Habib pour “dissipation et recel d’armes et de munitions de guerre et infraction aux consignes de l’armée”, a … Continue reading “Cour d’appel militaire de Blida : Mandat de dépôt contre Saïd Bey et mandat d’arrêt contre Habib Chentouf”

Ukraine : Volodymyr Zelensky souhaite «relancer» le processus de paix impliquant la Russie

«Nous allons poursuivre le processus de Minsk, nous allons le relancer», a déclaré ce 21 avril Volodymyr Zelensky lors de sa première conférence de presse après le vote, en référence aux accords de paix signés en février 2015 sous l’égide de Kiev, Moscou, Paris et Berlin. Ces accords, dits de Minsk 2, prévoient un cessez-le-feu dans la … Continue reading “Ukraine : Volodymyr Zelensky souhaite «relancer» le processus de paix impliquant la Russie”

REFERENDUM SUR LA PROLONGATION DE LA PRESIDENCE DU RAIS EGYPTIEN : Un scrutin sans enjeu

  Le référendum devant permettre au raïs égyptien, le maréchal Abdel Fattah al-Sissi, de prolonger sa présidence jusqu’en 2030, a débuté hier, 21 avril 2019 et se poursuivra jusqu’au 22 du même mois. Sans être un devin, l’on peut affirmer que le résultat de ce référendum est connu d’avance. Il ne fait aucun doute que le … Continue reading “REFERENDUM SUR LA PROLONGATION DE LA PRESIDENCE DU RAIS EGYPTIEN : Un scrutin sans enjeu”