Boumekla Lyes

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Interview 4/5 : pourquoi l'homme de Néandertal a-t-il disparu ?

L'homme de Néandertal est un représentant aujourd'hui bien connu du genre Homo. La paléoanthropologue Silvana Condemi évoque pour nous la disparition …

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Obama: Lame duck president? | US & Canada

Barack Obama is facing the prospect of spending his final two years in office as a lame duck president.<p>His popularity had already fallen to new lows, as he lurched from crisis to crisis, at home and overseas. Now voters have dealt him a punishing blow in mid-term elections.<p>Republicans have seized …

Libyan court rules elected parliament illegal

Libya's highest court has ruled that general elections held in June were unconstitutional and that the country's parliament and government, which resulted from that vote, should be dissolved.<p>The development further deepened the rift in the politically divided Libya, which has been mired in …

Burkina Faso military promises transition | Burkina Faso News

Burkina Faso's army, politicians and civil society leaders have agreed to a one-year political transition with elections in November 2015 following highly charged crisis talks.<p>The talks on Wednesday, mediated by three West African presidents and also attended by religious and tribal chiefs, failed …

Lenovo reports strong quarter, becomes world’s third largest smartphone maker

Lenovo has announced its financial results for its second fiscal quarter, which ended September 30, 2014. Everything is looking good for the world’s largest PC vendor, not only does it now own Motorola, but as a result it became the world’s third largest smartphone maker.<p>Lenovo managed to increase …

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Bangladesh Islamist 'may hang in a week'

Bangladesh may hang a senior Islamist leader as early as next week after the Supreme Court upheld his death sentence for war crimes, the law minister said.<p>Mohammad Kamaruzzaman of the Jamaat-e-Islami party, the country's largest Islamic political group, would be the second senior Islamist to hang …

Quand Mazarine Pingeot accuse Eric Zemmour de "faire l’apologie du viol"

Invités à l'émission de Franz-Olivier Giesbert, "Les grandes questions", sur France 5, le polémiste et la fille de François Mitterrand se sont …

Uganda officers suspended over 'sex crimes'

Uganda has suspended 15 of its senior military commanders over their conduct in Somalia, including allegations of<br>sexual exploitation, the army said.<p>The suspension on Thursday comes in the wake of a damning report by Human Rights Watch which has accused troops with the internationally funded African …

Palestinians ask UN to stop Israel aggression

Palestinians and Jordanians have urged the UN Security Council to demand that Israel immediately stop provocations and incitement against Muslim holy sites in Jerusalem, warning that further escalation could lead to another crisis threatening peace in the Middle East.<p>The warning on Wednesday …

The Break-Off Effect

At first they thought it was asthma.<p>The fighter squadron’s 37-year-old commander suddenly started refusing to fly at high altitudes because of …

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ICC not to investigate Israeli flotilla raid

The International Criminal Court will not launch a prosecution over Israel's raid on a Gaza-bound flotilla in 2010 in which 10 Turkish activists died, despite a "reasonable basis to believe that war crimes were committed".<p>Fatou Bensouda, chief prosecutor of the Hague-based ICC, on Thursday said …

Robert O'Neill, l'homme qui a tué Oussama Ben Laden

Quelques jours avant la diffusion du documentaire de Fox News révélant l'identité du «Tireur», le père du soldat a témoigné dans le quotidien …

Mexicans demand safe return of 43 students

Tens of thousands of protesters have flooded the streets of the Mexican capital demanding the safe return of 43 students who went missing over a month ago, with hopes that the arrest of key suspects would bring answers.<p>Demonstrators chanted: "They took them alive, we want them alive," holding a …