Reaction to the COP26 climate agreement


Sun, 14 November 2021 07:25:45 GMTEuropeFrom “not enough” to “lifeline” to “blah, blah, blah”: reaction to the COP26 climate agreement UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, warned of an impending “climate catastrophe”, while environmental activist Greta Thunberg called Saturday’s COP26 climate conference deal a “blah, blah, blah.” After a last-minute drama in Scotland to secure a deal, even those who hailed the deal in Glasgow said a huge amount of work remains to be done. b025926c-451b-11ec-9c68-005056bf762bDim, Nov 14, 2021 07:24:48 GMT © Yves Herman, ReutersFRANCE 24EnvironnementCOP26 climate agreement reached in Glasgow after compromise on coalhttps: // cop26 -climate-deal-reached-in-glasgow-after-marathon-talks A revised deal was approved at the United Nations climate conference on Saturday after a last-minute change to the text on coal, which sparked complaints from vulnerable countries for a definitive declaration on ending fossil fuel subsidies. 338a799c-44bd-11ec-b6dc-005056bf762bSam, Nov 13, 2021 20:06:29 GMT © Yves Herman / ReutersNEWS WIRESasia / PacificUS, China exchanges stern diplomatic warnings over Taiwan ahead of Biden-Xi summit https://www.france24. com / en / asia-pacific / 2021114-us-china-trade-stern-diplomatic-warnings-over-taiwan-ahead-of-biden-xi-summit in Taiwan, ahead of Monday’s highly anticipated summit between their leaders. 958c20ea-4513-11ec-9ac8-005056a97652Sun, November 14, 2021 06:26:44 GMT © Tiziana Fabi / Pool via Reuters / File PhotoNEWS WIRESAfricaConflit Tigray: Once a trusted ally of the West, Ethiopia becomes a puzzle strategichttps: //www.france24. com / en / africa / 20211113-tigray-conflict-once-a-trust-a-western-ally-ethiopia-become-a-strategic-headache As the battle between Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s government and the rebels of the Tigray region continues, tensions build between Washington and its former Ethiopian ally. The Biden administration is now considering imposing sanctions on Addis Ababa, once seen as a strategic and trustworthy partner in an unstable East Africa. dce2140c-44a2-11ec-a05e-005056bf762bSam, Nov 13, 2021 17:16:51 GMT © APDavid RICHEuropeSyria’s Cham Wings Airlines suspends flights from Minsk over Belarus border crisishttps: // europe / 20211113-syria-s -cham-wings-airlines-interrupts-flights-to-minsk The private Syrian airline Cham Wings Airlines on Saturday interrupted its flights to Minsk as hundreds of migrants mostly from the Middle -East got stuck on the Belarusian-Polish border. 74dea8c2-44b9-11ec-a1d5-005056bf762b Sat, 13 Nov 2021 19:50:48 GMT © Safin Hamed / AFPNEWS WIRES Africa Anti-coup rallies in Sudan turn deadly as soldiers open firehttps: // / africa / 20211113 – Protester-killed-as-Sudanese-soldiers-at-open-fire-during-anti-coup rallies form a new ruling council. 5a6df6ec-448b-11ec-a91a-005056a97652Sat, 13 Nov 2021 14:25:59 GMT © Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah, AFPFRANCE 24SportFrance qualified for the Qatar 2022 World Cup after crushing Kazakhstan 8-0https: // / en / sport / 20211113-france-qualification-for-qatar-2022-world-cup-after-creshing-kazakhstan-8-0 Holders of France, France reached the final phase of the 2022 World Cup with a game to be played after four goals from Kylian Mbappe helped them reach an 8-0 home loss for Kazakhstan in their Group D qualification on Saturday. b1f700d0-44cb-11ec-a114-005056a97652Sam, 13 Nov 2021 21:53:07 GMT © Franck Fife / AFPNEWS WIRESAmericas Dozens of inmates killed in the latest prison riot in Ecuadorhttps: // americas / 20211113-scores-of-prisoners-killed-in-last-prison-riot-Ecuador Fierce clashes left 68 dead in Ecuadorian prison, police said on Saturday during latest prison unrest of Guayaquil which was the scene of a riot in September which left 119 prisoners dead. bc608a80-44b4-11ec-ac1d-005056bf762bSat, 13 Nov 2021 19:10:31 GMT © José Sanchez, APNEWS WIRESEurope Death of a Syrian migrant sheds light on the tragedy unfolding at the Belarusian borderhttps: //www.france24. com / en / europe / 20211113-death The body of a young Syrian was found in Poland near the border with Belarus, Polish police said on Saturday, as international tension mounts over a migrant crisis the European Union says was orchestrated by Minsk. 67c7d988-4464-11ec-bff9-005056a97652 Sat, 13 Nov 2021 09:56:46 GMT © Leonid Shcheglov, APNEWS WIRESFrance France pays tribute to the victims on the sixth anniversary of the terrorist attacks in Parishttps: // / en / france / 20211113- France-honors-the-sixth-anniversary-victims-of-the-terrorist-attacks-in-paris France celebrated on Saturday the sixth anniversary of the night in which Islamic State militants killed 130 people in coordinated strikes on a concert hall, bars, restaurants and a football stadium. Prime Minister Jean Castex and other government officials stood in silence to remember the victims of the 13th attacks November 2015. e190f6fc-447b-11ec-8675-005056bf762b Sat, 13 Nov 2021 12:23:30 GMT © Thomas Samson, pool, ReutersFRANCE 24AmericasSteve Bannon charged with refusing to testify in the investigation into the Capitol riotshttps: // www / en / americas / 20211113-steve-bannon-i ndicted-for-refusing-to-testify-in-capitol-riot-investigation Longtime US President Donald Trump adviser Steve Bannon was indicted on Friday for refusing to testify before the Congressional committee investigating the the Capitol riot, the Justice Department announced. de98c7a2-444b-11ec-875e-005056a97652Sat, 13 Nov 2021 06:45:04 GMT © J. Scott Applewhite, APNEWS WIRESEurope Netherlands impose partial lockdown as EU cases increase https://www.france24. com / en / europe / 20211113-netherlands on Friday, European governments observed unpopular Covid restrictions, with the Netherlands opting for the first partial winter lockdown in western Europe, as EU experts said that 10 countries of the bloc were causing “very great concern”. a1f90ba2-4452-11ec-9b6b-005056bf762bSam, Nov 13, 2021 07:33:41 GMT © Piroschka Van De Wouw, ReutersNEWS WIRESEurope # MeTooMédias: French journalists denounce sexual harassment and rape in the media industry https: // www / fr / europe / 2021112-metoom% C3% A9dias-les-journalists-francais-denounce-sexual-harassment-and-rape-in-the-media-industry A new scandal # MeToo seized the French media this week after eight women accused Patrick Poivre d’Arvor, former head of the French television channel TF1, of rape and sexual assault. Now, more and more journalists are turning to social media to speak out against the harassment, bullying and abuse they say they have suffered in the industry. b80a840a-4341-11ec-9d6b-005056bf762bFri, 12 Nov 2021 20:07:41 GMT © Pierre Verdy, AFP / FileCatherine BENNETTAmericasBritney Spears released from supervision after 13 yearshttps: // britney -lances-released-from-conservative-after-13-year-old Pop star Britney Spears regained control of her personal life and money on Friday when a judge ended a 13-year-old guardianship that became a notorious cause for fans and critics of an arrangement generally meant to protect the elderly. 184c52be-4449-11ec-8e79-005056a97652Sat, 13 Nov 2021 06:20:35 GMT © Mike Blake, ReutersNEWS WIRESEuropeAustria, Germany see new restrictions on unvaccinated as cases of Covid-19 increase https://www.https: // www. europe / 20211112-austria-germany-see-new-restrictions-on-un-vaccinated-as-covid-19-cases-rise As the number of Covid-19 cases reaches new ones Records, governments in Europe and elsewhere are beginning to put in place targeted limits on the movement of unvaccinated people. Are these measures justified or do they unfairly restrict people’s freedom of movement? 68bfae62-43e0-11ec-b95b-005056bf762bVe, 12 Nov 2021 18:59:44 GMT © Georg Hochmuth, AFPMonique EL-FAIZYEurope Marathon underway as COP26 approaches the “last hours” en / europe / 20211113-marathon-negotiations-expected-as-cop26-runs-in-over-times Britain on Saturday urged a compromise between conflicting delegates at COP26 as it touted a “balanced package” “to help avoid the worst effects of climate change as the marathon negotiations entered their final hours. 0c4a3842-445c-11ec-8452-005056a97652Sat, 13 Nov 2021 08:31:48 GMT © Ben Stansall / AFPFRANCE 24The InterviewSaudi Foreign Minister: ‘We will continue discussions with Iran’ https://www.france24. com / en / tv -shows / the-interview / 20211113-saudi-foreign-minister-we-will-continue-talks-with-iran and that an additional round of negotiations between regional rivals was expected soon. 870e6c52-4401-11ec-830d-005056a97652Sat, 13 Nov 2021 09:38:59 GMTMarc PERELMANFULL COVERAGE Paris attacks of 13 November 2015: The trial / A long trial of the perpetrators of the attacks of November 13, 2015, which left 130 dead and 350 injured in and around Paris began on September 8. More than 300 witnesses, including survivors of that horrible night, will be heard over a period of nine months. The Paris Special Assize Court will try 20 defendants including Salah Abdeslam, the only survivor among the militants of the Islamic State group who launched the attacks. dd0dcbac-0cd4-11ec-8d9e-005056a9d413Mar, 07 Sep 2021 14:29:41 GMTEuropeEU sees “progress” as Turkey curbs flights to Belarus, Russia rejects gas threats in / europe / 202111112-eu- sees-progress-as-turkey-curbs-Belarusian-flights-russia-rejects-gas-threats Eastern countries to fly to Minsk and Russia rejected the threat of Belarus to cut a gas pipeline to Europe. c6d70bf2-43cd-11ec-9d66-005056a97652ven Nov 12, 2021 16:15:52 GMT © Polish police document via ReutersFRANCE 24Europe COP26 climate negotiations continue as rich countries urged to put in money sur la tablehttps: // / fr / europe / 20211112-cop26-climate-talks-continue-as-rich-nations-urged-to-put-cash-on-the-table Two weeks of talks on the climate of the COP26 in Glasgow continued on Friday after the deadline The president of the conference called on the countries to make a last effort to obtain commitments which would slow down the rise in temperatures which threatens the planet. d567988e-4400-11ec-87fc-005056bf762bVen 12 Nov 2021 22:08:05 GMT © Scott Heppell, APFRANCE 24France French prosecutors are investigating the alleged rape of a female soldier at the Élysée Palace / en / france / 20211112-english Prosecutors investigate alleged rape of female soldier at% C3% A9lys% C3% A9e-palace Prosecutors have opened an investigation into alleged rape of female soldier by military colleague at the French presidential palace in Paris last July, a judicial source told AFP on Friday. 26a3f588-43bd-11ec-95a7-005056bf762b Friday, November 12, 2021 13:53:28 GMT © Reuters file photoNEWS WIRES

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