Kamala Harris Head of the World Forum of Peace
© Copyright 2021, Obs French President Emmanuel Macron and the Vice-President of the United States Kamala Harris will give this Thursday, November 11, the shot of Sending the Paris on Peace Forum, dedicated this year to the reduction of global fractures, with a big digital component.
© Reuters - Philimon Bulawayo Life Scene in a supermarket in Harare, Zimbabwe. (drawing).
Hard blow for Zimbabwe, at the end of a monthly mission, the International Monetary Fund refuses to provide budget support in Harare. In issue, a debt deemed unsustainable and arrears that have not been paid.
Zimbabwe dragging a debt of more than eleven billion dollars is nevertheless engaged in monetary and budget reforms greeted by the IMF. The financial institution recognizes it, Zimbabwe makes efforts. Monetary policy, fiscal policy, medium-term strategy ... Harare goes in the right direction. And after one year 2020, which saw the national wealth decrease by 11%, the country will reconnect this year with a growth of 6%, inflation is gradually reducing.
Toulouse. A police officer injured by a driver who wanted to flee a control
© Archives West-France a policeman of the anti-crime brigade was injured on Friday, November 12, in Toulouse. Photo Stock Illustration. Friday, November 12, after a refusal to obey, a police officer of the anti-crime brigade was wounded in the Mirail district, in Toulouse (Haute-Garonne). The individual tried to escape before being finally arrested. The Alliance Union rises to the niche as a result of daily violence by the Toulousan police. He claims "heavy sanctions" against those responsible.
Zimbabwe is not Sudan ...
However, this is not enough for the IMF experts who highlight the unbearable debt of $ 11 billion, including $ 6.5 billion worthy payment arrears. Dollars. More serious, the IMF reproaches Harare from having neither clear vision of the restructuring of its debt or insurance from its creditors. And that's where we realize that Zimbabwe is not Sudan. Despite its debt of fifty billion dollars, the highest in Africa, Khartoum received funds from France and especially the United States and England, money that allowed it to get the FMI favors . Zimbabwe does not have this chance.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa and a hundred personalities and Zimbabwean institutions are under European and American sanctions . The Zimbabwean economist, John Robertson, sees some of the explanation of the shyness of the IMF. He, however, deplores the risk of seeing Zimbabwe turn more towards China, and therefore towards its opaque and often very expensive credits.
in Oxford, refugees are trained to become tourist guides .
© Staatliche Museen Berlin, Museum Für Islamische Kunst, Foto Milena Schlösser "Multika-Oxford" draws directly from a similar program, launched in 2015 by the museums of State of Berlin and the Deutsches Historisches Museum. More than 200 refugees and asylum seekers will receive tourist guide training in several Oxford museums over the next five years. This innovative initiative is part of the "Multaya" project, launched in 2015 in Germany.