Niger's putschists will be in power for some time to come. Faced with this state of affairs, Emmanuel Macron decided to withdraw our troops based in Niamey and to repatriate his ambassador. Refocused on France, the president announced the outline of his ecological planning. He must deal with the need for change and fear of recreating a "yellow vest" crisis.
He too is refocused on France: New York director Woody Allen made a film in our language, and told us about it in his. Covid-19 is resurfacing thanks to a slight rebound among children. As for the philosopher Pierre Manent, he tells us about the pope's recent remarks in Marseille.
Under pressure from putschists, French soldiers prepare to leave Niger
Nigeriens demonstrate on 1 September in Niamey to demand the departure of the French army from Niger. This flag has a little je-ne-sais-quoi that gives it a privateer charm. AFP
Come on, let's go. Endgame. Here are the facts: Emmanuel Macron announced Sunday night the return to Paris of our ambassador to Niger, as well as the withdrawal of French troops.
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