Archive du mois : février 2018

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China poised to complete two-time period restrict on presidency

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1/54 24 February 2018 Ivanka Trump (C) cheers while sat between former Olympic US bobsledders Shauna Rohbock (L) and Valerie Fleming (R) as the United States beat Sweden in their Men’s Gold Medal Curling match at the Gangneung Curling Centre in Gangneung, South Korea. Ivanka Trump is on a four-day visit to South Korea to…

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Cold climate Olympics: Marit Bjorgen wins gold for Norway in 30km mass birth fundamental

Norwegian Marit Bjorgen’s golden farewell XXIII Olympic Winter Games Venue: Pyeongchang, South Korea Dates: 9-25 February Coverage: Watch live on BBC TV, Red Button, Connected TVs, BBC Sport website and mobile app. Full coverage times Norway topped the medal table as Marit Bjorgen won gold in the women’s cross-country skiing 30km mass start classic, the…

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Bach: Russian doping scandal didn’t stain Cool weather Olympics

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (AP) — The massive, state-linked Russian doping scandal didn’t stain the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, IOC President Thomas Bach said Sunday. It was, however, the subject of the vast majority of the questions Bach fielded as the IOC tried to shake the stigma of Russian cheating that has plagued the last three Olympics…

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Q&A: The truth of free training for all in Ghana

Since gaining independence in 1957, Ghana has focused on improving access to education and achieving universal enrolment. Primary education became free in 1961 and the 1980s saw major reforms swept through the education system, including restructuring primary and secondary education and introducing vocational classes. In September 2017, the Ghanaian government made secondary education free, with President Nana…

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Wer zahlen soll

Die Deutschen wollen viele Einkommen niedriger besteuern und Vermögen umverteilen. Was aber sind ihre Wünsche wert, wenn sie die Wirklichkeit nicht kennen? Die Mehrheit der Deutschen befürwortet es, wenn Spitzenverdiener mehr Steuern zahlen. © dpa Was wissen die Deutschen über Wirtschaft? Das war in unserer Serie bisher die entscheidende Frage. Doch nun geht es auch darum,…

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Syrian forces originate up new offensive in Eastern Ghouta

Syrian government forces have launched a ground and air offensive in Eastern Ghouta, witnesses said, hours after the UN Security Council voted unanimously in favour of a resolution calling for a 30-day ceasefire in Syria. President Bashar al-Assad’s forces began fighting opposition groups from multiple fronts in the rebel enclave near Damascus, while Syrian warplanes…

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Does Morocco’s strict abortion regulations want reform?

Casablanca, Morocco – About two years ago, Zohra’s boyfriend abandoned her when he discovered she was pregnant. Suddenly, she was faced with an unwanted pregnancy. In Morocco, abortion is criminalised and punishable by prison and fines, except in the cases of married women whose medical reports prove that the pregnancy carries a physical threat. Even in such cases, a…